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Astronaut Chris Hadfield Becomes First Music Star In The Galaxy

05/13/2013, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is certainly something, especially when he is now deemed to be the first galactic superstar (move over, Lynn Minmay – the real deal is now here) after rolling out a cover version of “Space Oddity” from David...

NASA Won’t Be Launching U.S. Astronauts In Space Till 2016

04/30/2013, NASA’s space shuttle fleet was retired back in 2011 and since then the agency has not launched any U.S. astronauts in space on its own. It has entered in to an agreement with Russian Space Agency, Roscosmos, to let U.S. astronauts ride on their...

NASA Launches Three HTC Nexus One Smartphones Into Space

04/24/2013, NASA has launched a lot of things into space, such as humans and space ships of course, but one thing we certainly didn’t expect them to launch into space were cell phones. Yes – mobile phones have been launched into space by NASA as part of...

Lyrid Meteor Shower Shown Live Via NASA’s Broadcast

04/22/2013, NASA might have found 3 new planets in the habitable zone, but all of that would not amount to much until there really is solid, undeniable evidence of life out there. Well, here is something a little closer to home, with NASA sharing that they would want...

NASA Finds 3 New Planets In Habitable Zone

04/18/2013, While NASA might be working hard to launching its new planet hunting mission in 2017, that doesn’t mean its not using the resources it currently has to discovery new and exciting things in the universe. In a press release today the agency says that...

New Fusion Rocket May Send Manned Spacecraft To Mars In 30 Days

04/08/2013, NASA’s estimates that a manned trip to Mars and back using current technology could take two years. That’s quite a lot for a mission that has never been done before. There’s a new fusion rocket that is going to be built by a research...

Curiosity Mars Rover Hit By Computer Glitch Again

03/19/2013, The Curiosity Mars Rover that hails from NASA is extremely far away from home, and it will see out the rest of its remaining days on the Red Planet, but it seems that all is not fine and dandy with this remotely controlled robot. Perhaps it is home-sick...

Space Radiation Accelerates Alzheimer’s Disease

01/03/2013, It looks like insomnia isn’t just a problem for astronauts in space. According to a new research, space radiation may speed up the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists have discovered that a specific kind of space radiation known as...

NASA Plans To Drag Asteroid Into Moon’s Orbit

01/03/2013, According to researchers from the Keck Institute for Space Studies in California, NASA is reportedly considering a plan to capture a near-Earth asteroid and have it dragged into our moon’s orbit. The asteroid is named 1999 AO10, and it reportedly...

NASA Using LED Lights To Cure Insomnia In Space

12/21/2012, Being an astronaut is no easy job. But the job gets tougher when insomnia strikes in. Astronauts usually get around six hours of sleep, but the hectic and demanding schedule due to the unusual environment increases the factors that contribute to sleep...