SpaceX's Dragon Cargo Arrives Safely Aboard The ISS, New Crew Members To Follow

The Inquisitr | пред еден час

The ISS is buzzing with activity as the Expedition 53-54 crew is unloading the supplies received yesterday via SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship, while waiting for new crewmembers to join them tomorrow. NASA...

Study of starspot lifetimes based on light-curve amplitude and spectral type

Phys.Org | пред еден час

One of the largest sunspots in the last nine years as seen by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. An image of Earth has been added for scale. Astronomers have used the Kepler satellite to characterize "starspots"...

Massive, 3-mile-wide 'potentially hazardous asteroid' will zoom past Earth tomorrow

FOX 5 DC | пред 3 дена

(FoxNews.com) - An enormous, 3-mile-wide "potentially hazardous asteroid" is hurtling toward Earth and is slated to zoom past the planet tomorrow, but scientists say there is no need to worry. Known as...

Soyuz blasts off on two-day flight to space station

Spaceflight Now | пред еден ден

While a SpaceX Dragon cargo ship closed in on the International Space Station early Sunday, a Russian Soyuz spacecraft blasted off from frigid Kazakhstan, boosting a fresh three-man crew into orbit for...

Telescopes turned toward interstellar asteroid detect no radio signals

The Space Reporter | пред 3 часа

Telescopes aimed at 'Oumuamua, the interstellar asteroid traveling through our solar system, detected no radio signals coming from the object after turning to it on Wednesday, December 13. The effort was...

Team proposes new space-weather forecasting method

Phys.Org | пред 2 часа

The sequence starts with solar minimum in 1996, shows the progression to solar max in 2001, and the return to solar minimum in 2006. Credit: Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. Scientists from Skoltech,...

NASA's lunar rover could enable deep-space exploration

Houston Chronicle | пред 12 часа

Bill Bluethmann, a NASA robotics engineer at Johnson Space Center, talks about the Resource Prospector rover, designed to drill into the moon's crust in search of water. Photo: Brett Coomer, Staff. Image...

Blue Origin conducts successful New Shepard test flight

The Space Reporter | пред еден ден

Commercial spaceflight company Blue Origin successfully conducted a test flight of its New Shepard 2.0 spacecraft and vertical landing of its first stage booster on Tuesday, December 12. The company, which...

Partially preserved dinosaur-like corpse discovered in Uttarakhand, India

Zee News | пред 8 часа

The creature has now been sent for analysis, including carbon dating, which will reveal its exact age. By Zee Media Bureau | Updated: Dec 18, 2017, 11:45 AM IST. Comments |. Partially preserved dinosaur-like...

How people around the world celebrate the winter solstice

Quartz | пред 12 часа

For most of the world's population, this Thursday (Dec. 21) will be the shortest day and longest night of the year as the winter solstice kicks in. The day marks the beginning of winter for the northern...

Telescopes turned toward interstellar asteroid detect no radio signals

The Space Reporter | пред 3 часа

Telescopes aimed at 'Oumuamua, the interstellar asteroid traveling through our solar system, detected no radio signals coming from the object after turning to it on Wednesday, December 13. The effort was...

Team proposes new space-weather forecasting method

Phys.Org | пред 2 часа

The sequence starts with solar minimum in 1996, shows the progression to solar max in 2001, and the return to solar minimum in 2006. Credit: Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. Scientists from Skoltech,...

Blue Origin conducts successful New Shepard test flight

The Space Reporter | пред еден ден

Commercial spaceflight company Blue Origin successfully conducted a test flight of its New Shepard 2.0 spacecraft and vertical landing of its first stage booster on Tuesday, December 12. The company, which...

SpaceX capsule back at space station with pre-Christmas haul

The Denver Post | пред 8 часа

In this image taken from NASA Television, the robotic arm reaches out and captures the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft for docking to the International Space Station, Sunday Dec. 17, 2017. SpaceX launched...

Huge exoplanet discovery stuns scientists

BABW News | пред 6 часа

Scientists have found incredible evidence of a solar system very much like ours that could lead to major astronomical breakthroughs. Scientists have just made a massive discovery about a solar system very...

No sign of alien life 'so far' on the mystery visitor from space, but we're still looking

The Conversation AU | пред 9 часа

Ray Norris is a member of the SETI community and is a former chair of the SETI Post-detection committee. Partners. Western Sydney University provides funding as a member of The Conversation AU. View all...

Dr Nergis Mavalvala receives first Lahore Technology Award

Daily Pakistan | пред 6 часа

LAHORE – Pakistani-American astrophysicist from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Dr. Nergis Mavalvala was honored with Lahore Technology Award at the first convocation of Information Technology...

SpaceX capsule back at space station with pre-Christmas haul

The Denver Post | пред 8 часа

In this image taken from NASA Television, the robotic arm reaches out and captures the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft for docking to the International Space Station, Sunday Dec. 17, 2017. SpaceX launched...

ISS Astronauts To Watch 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' In Space: NASA

International Business Times | пред 2 дена

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” is already receiving rave reviews and as throngs of die-hard fans queue up outside theaters worldwide to catch Episode VIII of the cult movie franchise, did anyone wonder if...

NASA's lunar rover could enable deep-space exploration

Houston Chronicle | пред 12 часа

Bill Bluethmann, a NASA robotics engineer at Johnson Space Center, talks about the Resource Prospector rover, designed to drill into the moon's crust in search of water. Photo: Brett Coomer, Staff. Image...

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