Lego To Honor Women Of NASA & Their Contributions To Space Discovery History

By Danny Smith | Mar 27, 2017 02:20 PM EDT

Lego To Honor Women Of NASA And Their Contributions To Space Discovery History

Lego is set to launch a set which pays tribute to the women of NASA who played vital roles in the quest to discover what lies beyond our planet. Read More »

NASA Discovers Seven Earth-Like Habitable Planets

By Pritpal Singh | Feb 25, 2017 07:12 AM EST

Fragments Of An Exploded Star

Earth-like exoplanets have been discovered by NASA with a huge probability of water on these planets making them habitable. All these planets revolve around a single star. Read More »

Scientists look to Hawaii in the search for life on Mars

By Aadil Raval | Dec 01, 2016 05:03 AM EST

Martian rocks

Mars has been one of the fascinating Planet for many space agencies. Recently, traces of Water were discovered on the red planet which on the other hand could relate to the existence of life on the planet which is out of the sight. The Hawaiin Mission at Kilauea Volcano is conducted by many space agencies such as NASA to train and prepare the astronauts for the upscaling pressure task to perform if any human is sent on the planet. Read More »

Tonight’s supermoon is the closest the moon has been to earth in 69 years which means it’s the best the moon has looked in a lifetime.

By Staff Writer | Nov 13, 2016 09:58 PM EST

The Super Moon rises on November 13, 2016 in Washington, DC.

The supermoon will be 15 percent larger and brighter on November 13 and 14 and will never be this closest to the eart for another 69 years. NASA givest tips on how to take the best shots. Read More »

NASA has found ESA's lost Mars Lander?

By Cristina Limpiada | Oct 24, 2016 12:14 AM EDT

ESA's Mars Express Returns Images Of Echus Chasma

Last Wednesday, ESA lost its Schiaparelli lander, and NASA's orbiter might already found it after a few days. Read More »

NASA's NEID: The state-of-art instrument to find new worlds

By Staff Reporter | Oct 06, 2016 08:05 AM EDT

A view of a satellite during sunrise in space

NASA's cutting-edge instrument called NEID, or NN-Explore is out to explore new planets or exoplanets. One is Proxima b that is near to characteristics of our planet and 44 have been found to be livable. Read More »

NASA | Martian Materials Might be Used To Take Holidays on Mars

By Cristina Limpiada | Oct 05, 2016 04:21 AM EDT

Space Shuttle Endeavour Makes Last Trip To ISS Under Command Of Astronaut Mark Kelly

Elon Musk is eyeing bigger perspectives and plans that are soon to be realized if he will be able to get the funding he requires from the US government. The future is just one call away, as it looks like we could soon be holidaying on Mars under normal circumstances. Martian materials with added solar energy can create a fuel to bring us from Mars and back to Planet Earth again. Read More »

Astronaut Scott Kelly is Back on Earth & These Were the Highlights of His Year-Long Space Adventure

By Victoria Guerra | Mar 04, 2016 04:12 PM EST

Scott Kelly

In March 2015, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly was launched to the International Space Station, and his mission was to evaluate what happens to the human body and mind when in space for long periods of time. Kelly returned to Earth this week, 2 inches taller and with a lot of information that could help humanity reach Mars in the 2030's -- here are 6 highlights from his mission! Read More »

Astronaut Scott Kelly Watches the Super Bowl From Space!

By Devon Newport | Feb 08, 2016 08:23 PM EST

Florida Marlins v Houston Astros

No matter where you watched the Super Bowl--at the bar, your friends house, or on a remote island somewhere in the Caribbean enjoying a beverage with a tiny umbrella in it--it most certainly pales in comparison to how Scott Kelly took in the game; he watched from space. Read More »

Bavo's New Reality Series 'RHOP' May Have a Hit, 5 Women of Color & Lots of Drama

By Sibrena Stowe Geraldino | Jan 19, 2016 10:30 AM EST

Real Housewives of Potomac Cast

Season one of the Real Housewives of Potomac debuted on Bravo this past Sunday night at 9 P.M. and clearly there are five stars on the small screen. Suburban Washington D.C. socialites in the enclave community next to the Potomac River make for good television, at least that's what Bravo TV thinks! Read More »

Stephen Hawking Is Searching For Aliens With $100 Million From Silicon Valley Tycoon

By Alexandra Svokos | Jul 20, 2015 02:35 PM EDT

Stephen Hawking

Physicist Stephen Hawking is teaming with Russian billionaire Yuri Milner to look for aliens. Hawking, who was portrayed by Eddie Redmayne in The Theory of Everything, believes that now is the time to look for answers about if there's life beyond earth. Milner is personally funding the project, called Breakthrough Listen, with $100 million over ten years. Read More »

This Is The Best Picture of Pluto We've Ever Seen, From NASA's 'New Horizons' Flyby

By Alexandra Svokos | Jul 14, 2015 11:44 AM EDT


NASA's New Horizons spaceship has reached the closest it's location to Pluto after nine years of travel from Earth. It was less than 8,000 miles from the dwarf planet as of July 14th and is continuing to collect data on Pluto and its moons. NASA released a color photo of Pluto on Instagram this morning. Read More »

Watch This Unmanned Rocket Explode After Liftoff

By Kyle Dowling | Jun 28, 2015 01:57 PM EDT

SpaceX Rocket Explodes After Liftoff

It's being reported that an unmanned rocket, a NASA SpaceX rocket, has exploded shortly after liftoff. A video, which can be seen below, shows the rocket carrying various supplies set for the International Space Station located in, um, space. Unfortunately, the rocket never made it because, like we said, it blew up. Read More »

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