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NASA Is Going To “Move Out” Of The International Space Station

12/08/2015, A big question mark hangs over the fate of the International Space Station, a collective effort between space agencies of countries like United States, Russia, Canada, Japan and others. NASA has not yet confirmed if it’s going to fund the current...

Hubble Telescope Spots A Galaxy Far, Far Away

12/07/2015, The Hubble and Spitzer have done a tremendous job so far of spotting distant objects in space that have captured our imagination for years, this time around the Hubble has outdone itself. Aided by gravitational lensing the telescope has spotted a galaxy...

New Horizons Sends Back High-Res Photos Of Pluto

12/04/2015, Have you ever been curious as to what the surface of Pluto looks like? The good news is that if you are curious, like the rest of the world probably, you’re in luck because it seems that New Horizons has managed to capture its highest resolution photos...

SpaceX Reusable Rocket May Trying Ground Landing At Cape Canaveral

12/02/2015, SpaceX is a private space company headed by Elon Musk, it has only been around for relatively short period of time and yet has made incredible achievements during this time. It has flown multiple resupply missions to the International Space Station and...

How Thanksgiving Is Spent Aboard The International Space Station

11/26/2015, Thanksgiving is that time of the year when people gather friends and family around a big table to enjoy a hearty meal and each other’s company. That’s really how most people spend Thanksgiving here on Earth, but what if you’re not on...

NASA Testing Orion Spacesuit In Reduced Gravity Environment

11/24/2015, NASA has announced that it has started testing spacesuits being developed for the Orion in a reduced gravity environment. The agency has modified its iconic “pumpkin suit” to make sure that it can withstand the requirements of future missions...

US Senate Votes To Make Space Mining Legal

11/12/2015, Here on earth, we are divided up into countries which is basically us humans laying claim to certain parts of the world. However in space, who do the planets belong to? What if there was no life on that planet, does that mean we as humans could lay claim...

International Space Station Lives To See Its 15th Birthday

11/03/2015, The International Space Station is nothing less than a man-made wonder of the world, multiple space agencies came together to work on this seemingly impossible task before the turn of the century and by 1998 the ISS’s assembly had began in low-Earth...

The Tiny1 Wants To Be The GoPro For Astronomers

09/29/2015, Have you ever tried taking a photo of the night sky with your smartphone? Have you ever seen the moon so large and full that you just want to capture with your phone, only to realize that the end result is less than spectacular? Unfortunately many of us...

NASA Goofs Up In Image Description

09/08/2015, To err is human, to forgive divine. Well, since NASA is made up of mere mortals, it is not a surprise to know that they made a mistake over social media – through their Twitter account, in particular. NASA’s Twitter account has a respectable 12.1...

Two Young Girls Successfully Launch A Balloon To The Edge Of Space

09/08/2015, Kids these days are becoming more innovative than ever. It wasn’t too long ago that we reported how a teen reportedly created a search engine more accurate than Google’s, and now according to a report, two teenage girls from Seattle have successfully...