NASA Selects its Four Finalists For New Discovery Mission

NASA Selects its Four Finalists For New Discovery Mission

NASA declared Feb. 13 it chose four finalists in the following round of the Discovery program from an unknown number of the proposition submitted the previous summer. Read more »
Boulder Shadows May Produce Short Lives Patches of Brine

Boulder Shadows May Produce Short Lives Patches of Brine

Water ice and carbon-dioxide ice collect occasionally in these shadowy spots, as indicated by computer simulations performed by study author Norbert Schorghofer. Read more »
NASA is Looking For More Astronaut Applications and the Deadline is March 31

NASA is Looking For More Astronaut Applications and the Deadline is March 31

NASA is celebrating its twentieth year of continuous presence on board the International Space Station in low Earth circle this year. Read more »
Strange Fast Radio Bursts From Space Repeat Themselves After 16 Days

Strange Fast Radio Bursts From Space Repeat Themselves After 16 Days

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) have likely occurred for billions of years. Yet, people just found them in 2007. Read more »
The Search For Alien-life Might End Somewhere Near White Dwarf Stars

The Search For Alien-life Might End Somewhere Near White Dwarf Stars

People have been searching for hints of extraterrestrial (ET) life for quite a long time. Read more »
Atlas Successfully Launches its Solar Orbiter Mission

Atlas Successfully Launches its Solar Orbiter Mission

A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 411 lifted off from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 11:03 p.m. Eastern. Read more »
Could ‘Flammable Ice’ Might Be an Indication to Alien Life?

Could ‘Flammable Ice’ Might Be an Indication to Alien Life?

Flammable ice, otherwise called methane hydrate, is made when methane gas is caught inside ice's atomic structure. Read more »
China’s Space Industry Faces Adverse Effects of Coronavirus Outbreak

China’s Space Industry Faces Adverse Effects of Coronavirus Outbreak

China's space industry is experiencing unfavorable impacts on the coronavirus episode which has so far affected more than 30,000 in mainland China. Read more »
NASA Plans to Allow Researchers to Fly on Commercial Suborbital Vehicles For the First Time

NASA Plans to Allow Researchers to Fly on Commercial Suborbital Vehicles For the First Time

Previously, analysts could propose flying payloads on Blue Origin's New Shepard or Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo. Read more »
Rocket Lab Begins Busy Year with NRO Launch

Rocket Lab Begins Busy Year with NRO Launch

Rocket Lab's Electron rocket lifted off from the organization's launch site on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula at 9:56 p.m. Eastern. Read more »
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