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Humanity's curiosity continues to push us to make new discoveries, in space and time.
Long ago, I became fascinated by Heinrich Schliemann, the German dreamer and schemer who, like myself, became fascinated by the ancient stories from Greek mythology—in his case, specifically those events recounted in the Iliad and the Odyssey. It became his obsession to prove the truth ...
We’re one step closer to the Moon… and soon, to Mars.
It’s been more than 50 years since the last Apollo mission sent a Moon to the moon. Now, NASA is getting ready to return humans to the Moon with the successful first launch of the Artemis I program.At 1:47 a.m. Eastern Time, NASA’s Space ...
It was first captured in 1995 and revisited in 2014. F*cking wow.
This is a true visual delight. NASA, through the James Webb telescope, just captured this laser-sharp view of the otherworldly Pillars of Creation. Here, we get to see "scores of newly formed stars glisten like dewdrops among floating, translucent columns of gas ...
Now that's a sight to see.
Listen, Earth is pretty cool, but we won’t blame you if you find it a little boring. After seeing the same blue and green orb for most of our lives, it can lose its luster. Thank goodness we have more than one ...
For the first time, humans are testing their tech against future asteroid impacts.
NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), the world’s first mission to test technology for defending Earth against potential asteroid or comet hazards, will impact its target asteroid—which poses no threat to Earth—at 7:14 p.m. EDT on Monday, Sept. 26.Among other activities, NASA ...
NASA created a magical song in the process. 
As humans do, when the planet feels doomed, we look up. It’s the oldest form of escapism on Earth. The limitless expanse of the Universe gives us reasons to still feel hopeful, and NASA’s ceaseless discoveries never fail to make us feel ...
Lights on no matter what.
From the quiet of space, Metro Manila is simple tapestry of yellow and white lights that fade into the suburbs. On the ground, it's still Alert Level 3, and nearly two years of COVID restrictions.Filipinos on Twitter found a respite in the photo ...
What a quirky treat from Google.
Google knows how to celebrate and promote milestones. Many times, all it takes is a simple illustration, cartoon, or animation. That was what we found out when we tried googling about NASA's first drone on Mars. From your mobile phone, a quick search on the ...
Omega launches Nasa-endorsed wristwear.
So, you have your Speedmaster watch, the Omega chronograph that famously went to the moon on the wrists of Buzz Aldrin, Ed White, and other members of Nasa’s finest.You’ve drooled longingly over the limited-edition anniversary versions of the “Moonwatch” that Omega intermittently puts ...
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