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SES Boldly Goes Where No Firm Has Gone Before, Inks Deal to Fly on 1st SpaceX ‘Flight-Proven’ Booster


CAPE CANAVERAL, FL — The telecommunications giant SES is boldly going where no company has gone before by making history in inking a deal today, Aug.

6 Million Years Ago The Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole Raged


6 million years ago, when our first human ancestors were doing their thing here on Earth, the black hole at the center of the Milky Way was a ferocious place.

Planet 9 Search Turning Up Wealth Of New Objects


In 2014, Scott Sheppard of the Carnegie Institution for Science and Chadwick Trujillo of Northern Arizona University proposed an interesting idea.

Dark Matter: Hot Or Not?


For almost a century, astronomers and cosmologists have postulated that space is filled with an invisible mass known as "dark matter".

Our Guide to This Week’s ‘Ring of Fire’ Annular Eclipse


In Africa this week? The final solar eclipse of 2016 graces the continent on Thursday, September 1st.

NASA’s OSIRIS-Rex Asteroid Sampling Probe Assembled at Florida Launch Base for Sep. 8 Blastoff — Cleanroom Photos


KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - OSIRIS-Rex, the first American sponsored probe aimed at retrieving “pristine materials” from the surface of an asteroid and returning them to Earth has been fully assembled at its Florida launch base and is ready to blastoff ten days from today on Sep.

Who Else Is Looking For Cool Worlds Around Proxima Centauri?


Finding exoplanets is hard work. In addition to requiring seriously sophisticated instruments, it also takes teams of committed scientists; people willing to pour over volumes of data to find the evidence of distant worlds.

Aliens? “Strong” Signal Detected From Sun-Like Star Being Verified By SETI


We’re not saying its aliens, but this could be the most enticing SETI-related signal from space since the famous “Wow!

I Actually Learned to Photograph the Milky Way


Wow, my first acceptable image of the Milky Way. Credit: Me/Cory & Tanja Schmitz I’m really fortunate to live in a region of the world with pretty dark skies.

Northern Lights by Drone? You Won’t Believe Your Eyes


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypR0y7GVMAQ Northern lights over Iceland filmed by Icelandic photographer Oli Haukur using a drone.

Northern Lights by Drone? You Won’t Believe Your Eyes


https://vimeo.com/180028553 Northern lights over Iceland filmed by Icelandic photographer Oli Haukur using a drone.

NASA Goes With Atlas V To Launch Mars 2020 Rover


NASA's Mars Exploration Program has accomplished some truly spectacular things in the past few decades.

JUNO Transmits First Up-Close Look Soarin’ over Jupiter


NASA’s JUNO spacecraft successfully swooped over the Jovian cloud tops today, Saturday, Aug. 27, gathering its first up close images and science observations of the 'King of the Planets' since braking into orbit on America’s Independence Day.

JUNO Transmits First Up-Close Look Soarin’ over Jupiter


NASA’s JUNO spacecraft successfully swooped over the Jovian cloud tops today, Saturday, Aug. 27, gathering its first up close images and science observations of the King of our Solar System since braking into orbit on America’s Independence Day.

SpaceX Dragon Splashes Down with NASA’s Station Science Cargo


A SpaceX commercial Dragon cargo ship returned to Earth today, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, by splashing down safely in the Pacific Ocean - thus concluding more than a month long stay at the International Space Station (ISS).

SpaceX Dragon Splashes Down with NASA’s Station Science Cargo


A SpaceX commercial Dragon cargo ship returned to Earth today, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, by splashing down safely in the Pacific Ocean, concluding more than a month long stay at the International Space Station (ISS).

What Are The Lagrange Points?


Being stuck here on Earth, at the bottom of this enormous gravity well really sucks. The amount of energy it takes to escape into the black would make even Captain Reynolds curse up a gorram storm.

A New NASA Cumulative Time in Space Record


The International Space Station has provided astronauts and space agencies with immense opportunities for research during the decade and a half that it has been in operation.

What Can We Expect From Juno’s Return To Jupiter?


The Juno spacecraft made history on July 4th, 2016, when it became the second spacecraft in history to achieve orbit around Jupiter for the sake of a long-term mission.

What Can We Expect From Juno’s Return To Jupiter?


The Juno spacecraft made history on July 4th, 2016, when it became the second spacecraft in history to achieve orbit around Jupiter for the sake of a long-term mission.


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