NASA's Orion Launch A Success, It Will Eventually Put Humans on Mars and Asteroids

NASA's Orion Launch A Success, It Will Eventually Put Humans on Mars and Asteroids

NASA's Orion Launch A Success, It Will Eventually Put Humans on Mars and Asteroids
Virgin Galactic

Virgin Galactic SpaceShip 2 Explodes, Pilot Dead

One pilot died while another one was injured after the Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashed during its test flight in Mojave Desert, California on Friday.
NASA Rocket Antares Explodes Seconds After Launch

NASA Rocket Antares Explodes Seconds After Launch

NASA Rocket Antares Explodes Seconds After Launch
Antares Rocket Prepared For Launch To Space Station

Watch: NASA Rocket Explode Seconds After Launch; Proves Space Travel is Not Safe?

A $200 million worth cargo rocket of a NASA contractor exploded in mid-air just six seconds after lift off from Wallops Island in Virginia.
Perseid Meteor Shower

6 Meteor Showers to Watch Out For

Earlier this year, we've had sightings of the super moon, which will again grace the skies come next month's full moon on August 10. There will also be the more well-known Perseid meteor shower happening next month, peaking from august 11-13. However, these two are not the only celestial events worth waiting for.
Atarctican Make-over

Antarctica Ice Caps' Collapse 'Unstoppable'; Could Make MIllions Homeless

Global warming becomes a reality as reports of Antarctica Ice Caps collapse may leave millions homeless, if they can survive at all.

NASA Calls for 'Global Selfies' to Celebrate Earth Day [Video]

On Tuesday, April 22, the world celebrates Earth Day, and to make this date even more special, NASA has launched a "global selfie" campaign for all humanity to participate in.

Beyoncé is Criticized for Using Audio From the NASA Challenger Mission Where Seven Astronauts Died [Video]

Singer Beyoncé was criticized by NASA for sampling audio from a failed space mission where seven astronauts died for her latest album.
AEXA Children

Mexican Children Win Second Place in NASA Robotics Tournament

Three Mexican students ages 12 to 14 won the second place in the 2013 International Air and Space Program (IASP), an annual tournament organized by NASA.
Cassini Spacecraft Photo of Saturn and Earth

NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Takes a Deep-Space Selfie of Earth From Saturn

Call it a deep-space selfie if you will. Recently-released images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show off Saturn in all its glory, including its rings, and for the first time ever, Earth and its moon in the background.
Orbit of Asteroid TV135 (In Blue)

Massive Newly Discovered Asteroid on Possible Trajectory to Collide With Earth in 2032; NASA Issues Reality Check, Says Chances Slim

A massive asteroid made an unsettlingly close approach toward Earth this month and although it sailed by and left our planet unscathed, there's a small chance of a collision the next time it approaches, approximately 19 years from now.
Ghost Cloud

UFO Sightings and “Ghost Cloud” Images Captured By Astronaut Caused By Secret Russian Missile Launch [VIDEO]

The UFO sighting reports and the mysterious pictures caught by astronauts from the International Space Station is not from extraterrestrial objects, but from a secret missile launch in Russia.

B612 Foundation Raise Money For NASA Telescope's New Mission To Find, Map Dangerous Asteroids

A nonprofit group is looking to give Earth early warning before dangerous asteroids from outer space come near the atmosphere.
Kepler 7b

NASA Could Find Breathable Worlds to Colonize Through Cloud-like Planet in Space

New discovery means scientists may now have a place to start when they try to determine what makes up the atmospheres of planets that appear more Earth-like in size and composition--something that may lead one day to the discovery of a planet beyond Earth where humans can live

Government Shutdown 2013: On its 55th Birthday, NASA Furloughs Curiosity, Other Missions

NASA is mostly getting an unpaid vacation this week, as the federal government shutdown has resulted in the space agency's shuttering - except for Mission Control in Houston, which is keeping the astronauts in orbit afloat. The shutdown is an unpleasant birthday gift on the 55th anniversary of NASA's first operational status, on October 1, 1958.
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