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The Israeli spacecraft that crashed on the moon spilled microscopic 'water bears' that can live in space
Before its crash in April, Beresheet was supposed to be the first private aircraft to land on the moon. The lunar lander, run by the Israeli space company SpaceIL,…
Aug 18, 2019 18:26 UTC Science Read More

NASA boss visits Alabama school seeking brainpower for future space projects
"There is no shortage of opportunity for the folks in this room," Jim Bridenstine told students during the visit to Arab High School.
Aug 18, 2019 12:04 UTC Science Read More

Viewing Tips for Peak of Perseid Meteor Shower Tonight
The Perseid meteor shower is upon us. It is the most famous and active meteor shower of the year with up to 80 meteors an hour leaving long trails across the.
Aug 17, 2019 22:07 UTC Science Read More

Alabama native ready to lead NASA back to the moon
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, left, hands off the space agency's astronaut lunar landing program Aug. 16, 2019 to Human Landing Systems Program…
Aug 17, 2019 20:44 UTC Science Read More

When it Comes to Gamma Radiation, the Moon is Actually Brighter Than the Sun
Data and images from the Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope reveal the Moon's hellish glow, and the risk it poses to astronauts.
Aug 17, 2019 17:58 UTC Science Read More

NASA wants to send two more missions to Mars to collect rock samples
With its Mars 2020 mission, NASA hopes to collect samples from the surface of the planet when it launches next year. The challenge is how to get those samples…
Aug 17, 2019 17:51 UTC Science Read More

NASA and SpaceX practice Crew Dragon evacuation procedure with astronaut recovery vessel
NASA and SpaceX continue their joint preparations for the eventually astronaut crew missions that SpaceX will fly for the agency, with a test of the emergency…
Aug 17, 2019 17:25 UTC Science Read More

SpaceX is staking its future on this one rocket as it prepares for Mars
The Big Falcon Rocket is the culmination of years of work. And SpaceX plans for its Starship to be a cornerstone of Mars colonization.
Aug 17, 2019 15:08 UTC Science Read More

NASA shock: 'Basic' technology is same as 50 years ago but ion drives could be the future
Without the ability to rewrite the laws of physics, NASA relies on the same principles of spaceflight that landed the first man on the Moon 50 years ago in 1969.
Aug 17, 2019 14:52 UTC Science Read More

NASA latest: Chief confirms NASA is on track to land on the Moon 'Pave the way for Mars'
NASA is well on its way towards landing the first woman and the next man on the Moon, paving the way for future manned missions to Mars, NASA's…
Aug 17, 2019 13:13 UTC Science Read More

Nasa picks headquarters for Moon lander
A Nasa facility in Alabama that developed the giant rocket for the Apollo programme in the 1960s will play a key role in sending astronauts down to the Moon's…
Aug 17, 2019 13:10 UTC Science Read More

Asteroid ALERT: A large space rock found two weeks ago is hurtling in Earth's direction
AN ASTEROID first spotted two weeks ago will narrowly miss the Earth tomorrow morning when it comes hurtling past our unprotected planet, NASA's asteroid…
Aug 17, 2019 10:35 UTC Science Read More

Nuclear war between the US and Russia could plunge Earth into a TEN-YEAR winter in total darkness, scientists
A NUCLEAR war between the US and Russia could plunge the Earth into a 10-year winter, scientists have warned. Fires from ballistic missiles would throw a…
Aug 17, 2019 09:57 UTC Science Read More

NASA: How many Earth-like planets are there? New study narrows down hunt for alien life
EARTH-LIKE exoplanets orbiting bright stars similar to our Sun are NASA's best bet of finding alien life in space – but how many of these exoplanets are out…
Aug 17, 2019 09:38 UTC Science Read More

Rocket Lab forced to push back launch due to weather
SpaceX might be the worldwide leader in commercial spaceflight — and get a whole lot of attention because of it — but it's not the only private company vying for…
Aug 17, 2019 03:17 UTC Science Read More

Will SpaceX Lose Its Monopoly on Reusable Rockets?
Tiny Rocket Lab takes aim at Elon Musk's company with a plan to recover and reuse its own rockets.
Aug 17, 2019 01:24 UTC Science Read More

Chandrayaan-2 leaves earth’s orbit, moving towards moon
India's second moon mission 'Chandrayaan-2' left the earth's orbit early on Wednesday, 23 days after being launched, and is moving towards the moon…
Aug 17, 2019 00:32 UTC Science Read More

Humans migrated to Mongolia much earlier than previously believed: Archaeologists unearth stone tools made 45000 years ago
Stone tools uncovered in Mongolia by an international team of archaeologists indicate that modern humans traveled across the Eurasian steppe about 45000…
Aug 17, 2019 00:13 UTC Science Read More

Scientists stunned after spotting record-shattering supernova
Scientists have a pretty good handle on the life cycle of various stars. They know the types of stars that are likely to die in fiery supernova blasts, and they know…
Aug 17, 2019 00:07 UTC Science Read More

NASA head visits Alabama public high school, praises 'incredible teachers,' 'amazing' students
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Congressman Robert Aderholt visited Arab High School on Friday, speaking with students, faculty and local elected...
Aug 16, 2019 23:05 UTC Science Read More

Humans migrated to Mongolia much earlier than previously believed
Stone tools uncovered in Mongolia by an international team of archaeologists indicate that modern humans traveled across the Eurasian steppe about 45000…
Aug 16, 2019 22:35 UTC Science Read More

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Wants to 'Nuke Mars' to Prep It for Colonization
By CCN Markets: Billionaire Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, reiterated his calls to "nuke Mars!" on Twitter. It's part of Musk's previously announced…
Aug 16, 2019 22:31 UTC Science Read More

Half of Neanderthal Population Suffered from Surfer's Ear!
Neanderthals were more likely than early modern humans to have suffered from swimmer's ear, but no one knows why.
Aug 16, 2019 21:57 UTC Science Read More

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