Since Microsoft's newly-announced HoloLens sounds like something inspired by Star Trek, it seems only right that NASA should take the virtual reality glasses for a spin. According to NASA, the space agency has partnered with Microsoft to turn these "holographic" virtual reality goggles into a tool for exploring Mars without leaving the office.Read full article >>
Going by the claims of a UFO researcher, we might have obtained the first photographic evidence of hacker Gary McKinnon’s claim that he found “fleet-to-fleet” cargo transfer records relating to the ET Technology-based “off-world” space...Show More Summary
Rumor: NASA purposefully cut its live video feed from the International Space Station in order to conceal evidence of UFOs.
The United Nations has named 2015 the International Year of Light, which includes light-based technologies—even ones that see things that humans can't. So, NASA has released some amazing new image composites of objects in space for all of us to ogle.
Last Friday, NASA GISS and NOAA NCDC had a press conference and jointly announced the end-of-year analysis for the 2014 global surface temperature anomaly which, in both analyses, came out top. As you may have noticed, this got much more press attention than their joint announcement in 2013 (which wasn’t a record year). In press […]
This is a video recorded from a live feed of the International Space Station that was allegedly cut off immediately following an unidentified object appearing on screen. The object, which can best be described as some form of alien penis space cloud, appears to rise above earth on the right side of the screen before the feed gets cut. Show More Summary
Poll shows Hillary Clinton with a double-digit lead over her potential GOP presidential rivals Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney. Biden, meanwhile, is keeping the 2016 door open. Nick Jonas keeps his clothes on (mostly) for sexy new GQ photo shoot....
HoloLens, the coolest part of the new Windows 10, projects 3D images onto your world and lets NASA scientists work remotely on Mars
The big climate news last week was NOAA and NASA announcing that 2014 was the hottest year on record, breaking the highs of 2005 and 2010. But a bigger story got buried. The post ‘Hottest Year’ Story Obscures Bigger News: Ocean Warming Now Off The Charts appeared first on ThinkProgress.
NASA has released a stunning panoramic mosaic of our closest galactic neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy. The image was captured by NASA's flagship Hubble Space Telescope, and features an impressive 100 million stars spanning 40,000 light years. Show More Summary
image via youtube screenshot During this past Tuesday’s State of The Union address, President Obama oh-so-briefly touched upon an initiative that, if successful, could have a profound impact, not only for Americans, but for humanity as a whole. Show More Summary
NASA's Kepler mission recently announced the discovery of three earth-like planets existing in a star's "Goldilocks zone."
Yesterday was a big day for Microsoft. First and foremost, they officially took the wrappings off of Windows 10 and what was perceived as an olive branch, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for one year for anyone that currently runs on Windows 8 or Windows 7. (...)Read the rest of […]
Protoplanet Vesta, visited by NASA's Dawn spacecraft from 2011 to 2013, was once thought to be completely dry, incapable of retaining water because of the low temperatures and pressures at its surface. However, a new study shows evidence that Vesta may have had short-lived flows of water-mobilized material on its surface, based on data from Dawn.
NASA and Microsoft have teamed up to develop software called OnSight, a new technology that will enable scientists to work virtually on Mars using wearable technology called Microsoft HoloLens.
Beneath a giant methane gas cloud recently identified by NASA, the oil and gas fracking industry is rapidly expanding in northwestern New Mexico. Flares that light up the night sky at drilling sites along the stretch of Route 550 that passes...Show More Summary
It starts in darkness. And no, it’s not a metaphor for the crooked timber of the human heart, it’s just bad lighting. Stanley Kubrick sourced his cameras from NASA in… Continue reading The post Wolf Hall, BBC Two, review: ‘actually rather good’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
NASA has been under fire lately from UFO researchers who are accusing the agency of attempting to prevent people from seeing evidence of UFOs in its live video streams and space imagery. The latest case of what UFO researchers claimShow More Summary
As it competes for the Google Lunar XPrize, the Moon Express team has big goals for mining the heavens, but to get there it needs better facilities here on Earth. CNET's Tim Stevens got an exclusive look inside the historic NASA Space Launch Complex 36, now owned by Moon Express.
As it nears 11 years on Mars, NASA's Opportunity rover is showing signs of memory loss. John Blackstone speaks to one young NASA engineer who's working on a way to help the senior rover.