- Ars TechnicaApr 27 09:20 AM
Parochial interests trump tech funding when it comes to reaching the Red Planet.
- Wired NewsApr 29 07:23 PM
This new global map is blurry in spots, but that's because it includes every single image that New Horizons took between July 7 and 14. The post Take a Digital Magnifying Glass to an Epic New Map of Pluto appeared first on WIRED .
- Orlando SentinelApr 23 03:07 PM
Good news! NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has been fully restored and is collecting science again, said Kepler’s mission manager Charlie Sobeck in a news release on Friday. The exoplanet-hunting space probe had a scare two weeks ago when it was discovered in Emergency Mode during a routine check in with...
- WGN Radio ChicagoApr 15 06:24 AM
Rod Pyle is an award winning author, speaker and journalist whose books include Innovation the NASA Way and Curiosity: An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Mission and the People Who Made It Happen. In this conversation with Nick Digilio, they discuss the importance of the SpaceX barge landing , the debate about whether we should […]
- Universe TodayApr 08 12:30 PM
Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Guests: Kimberly Cartier (@AstroKimCartier ) Morgan Rehnberg (MorganRehnberg.com / @MorganRehnberg ) Dave Dickinson (www.astroguyz.com / @astroguyz) Their stories this week: Blue Origin, take three! (And a SpaceX launch today) Japanese X-ray satellite NASA Announces new planet hunting instrument Weekend Occultations US Navy Resumes Celestial Navigation Training What ...
- Orlando SentinelApr 14 07:33 PM
The team behind NASA's exoplanet-finding spacecraft could sigh with relief Friday night after they were able to start communicating with the Kepler spacecraft in crisis more than 75 million miles from Earth. What started as a scheduled contact last Thursday led the team to find the spacecraft in...
- Discovery NewsApr 27 01:22 PM
Learn more about the strange new class of planets that wander alone in the galaxy.
- The Moscow TimesApr 14 08:34 AM
Over the past decade, tech billionaire Elon Musk has been fond of telling people that he wants to die on Mars.
- SpaceDailyApr 19 12:34 AM
File image. The US Missile Defense Agency will obtain 22 sensor systems in orbit to monitor whether incoming missiles have been destroyed by interceptors.
- Space WarApr 18 07:55 AM
Washington DC (Sputnik) Apr 18, 2016 The US Missile Defense Agency will obtain 22 sensor systems in orbit to monitor whether incoming missiles have been destroyed by interceptors. By the end of 2017, the US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) will have 22 sensor systems in orbit to monitor whether incoming missiles have been destroyed by interceptors, MDA Director Vice Admiral James Syring told a US ...
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