Launched in 1977, the Voyager 1 and 2 are still exploring interstellar space today. Both probes have flown by Jupiter and Saturn while the Voyager 2 has made its way to Uranus and Neptune too. The Voyager space program has traveled further in space than anything ever has and serves as a wonderful reminder of how much farther we can go. Show More Summary
Lady Gaga is banned in China after meeting with the 14th Dalai Lama Sunday before the United States Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, Indiana, reported CNET. The meeting prompted Chinese officials from the communist party’s propaganda department to issue a ban on Lady Gaga in China, blocking the singer’s entire body of work from access... Show More Summary
The Bachelorette has lost something since Chad went home, mainly threats of bodily violence and homicide. It also lost a certain "je ne sais quoi," a phrase which here means any guys of real interest. However while the majority of JoJo's final 8 suck more than Alex is short, there were enough ridiculous moments to go around. Here are 8 of the weirdest moments from week 6.
The space agency adds even more heat to the hot Utah summer with a second successful firing of the largest rocket in history on Tuesday.
The second qualification test of the SLS boosters was a noisy, fiery success.
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Singer Lady Gaga has set off a bit of a firestorm in China after she posted a picture on Instagram of herself and the Dalai Lama. Lady Gaga, whose...
The booster test was delayed for an hour because of a computer glitch, but NASA officials said it was a success.
NASA on Tuesday tested one of the solid rocket boosters that would power its new rocket, the Space Launch System, which the agency hopes will one day fly to Mars. Shortly after 11 a.m. Eastern time, NASA fired the engine, sending a torrent of fire gushing from the nozzle and a volcano-like plume of smoke […]
On July 4th, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will arrive in orbit around Jupiter for a new scientific mission that seeks to solve the decades-long mystery of what lies beneath the gas giant’s swirling cloud tops. As the latest stunning image from the spacecraft’s approach shows, we’re getting really fucking close. Read more...
To get the world’s most powerful rocket off the ground, it’s going to take some serious thrust from its rocket boosters. Today, NASA successfully tested one of those 77-ton rocket boosters by lighting it up at full power—all while never leaving the ground. Read more...
After the painful interlude of the Copa America Centenario, the long slog to the Russia World Cup resumes for Argentina. But the team that takes up the qualifying mantle may look rather different to the line-up that fell just short in...Show More Summary
The Camry is assembled in Kentucky and sources parts from more than 270 suppliers in the US.
Amid all the controversy surrounding the Chris Evans/Matt LeBlanc feud over on the revived Top Gear in the UK, one story has seemingly been lost in the shuffle: History has canceled Top Gear USA after six seasons.
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Scientists will test the motor that will power the Space Launch System rocket booster.
In its 2016 American-Made Index, Cars.com returned a familiar nameplate to the top spot, but it isn’t built by a domestic automaker. According to the annual ranking, Toyota Camry retains the American-made crown this year with 75-percent domestic content. Show More Summary
Do you yearn to feel your truck lunge forward under moderate throttle, the hood heaving up before you? Do you ache for that gentle linear pre-runner sway into every corner? Does your current rig sport a sticker with Calvin maliciously...Show More Summary
The latest image from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft reveals a canyon that is much longer and much deeper than the Grand Canyon. Known by its unofficial name Argo Chasma, it is estimated to be 5.5 miles (9 kilometers) deep, and 185 miles (300 kilometers) long. Show More Summary