- CNNAug 29 01:01 PM
It was less than two years ago that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its all-encompassing assessment on the current state of climate change research and made projections for the future climate of our planet.
- CNETAug 30 11:59 PM
If a mission extension is approved, the New Horizons spacecraft will take a short jaunt to a mysterious icy object in the Kuiper Belt.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsAug 28 03:05 PM
The head of NASA appealed to Congress on Friday to put more money into restoring America's ability to send astronauts into space instead of relying on Russian rockets. In an open letter, published in Wired magazine and titled "Don't Make Us Hitch Rides With Russia. Love, NASA," Charles Bolden said the US government has essentially funded Moscow instead of pouring money into its own aerospace ...
- Washington PostAug 29 09:12 AM
There are a few layers of bureaucracy, but sometimes there are contests! And fun acronyms.
- gizmagAug 30 06:15 PM
NASA has previously tested simple 3D-printed rocket components, such as combustion chambers and fuel injectors , but if the technique is to be practical, it has to cope with more complex items. Case in point is this 3D-printed rocket engine turbopump. Successfully built and tested at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, the turbopump is described as "one of the most ...
- The Christian Science MonitorAug 28 12:54 PM
NASA administrator Maj. Gen. Charles Bolden urged legislators to increase funding for NASA's Commercial Crew Program, in an editorial published on Friday in Wired magazine.
- Washington PostAug 29 11:55 AM
The agency is flexing its muscles to study Greenland -- the melting that is occurring on top of the ice sheet, and the retreat of its outlying, oceanfront glaciers.
- The Christian Science MonitorAug 29 01:53 PM
A team of six NASA scientists begin a 365-day isolation experiment simulating life on Mars. How soon will a crewed mission be a reality?
- Wired NewsAug 28 01:54 PM
New Horizons' next stop will be a Kuiper Belt object named 2014 MU69 nearly a billion miles beyond Pluto. The post NASA Finally Picked New Horizons’ Next Destination appeared first on WIRED .
- SPACE.com via Yahoo! NewsAug 27 03:36 PM
New behind-the-scenes photos reveal how the water storage tanks deep inside NASA's retired space shuttles Atlantis and Endeavour were recently removed by the space agency for future use on the International Space Station. The photographs of the shuttle tank removals, which were shared with collectSPACEby NASA workers at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and by the manager for Endeavour's ...