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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 ...
What is the sound of time and space being torn apart? Quite menacing, actually. 
A black hole's gravitational pull is super powerful, no information escapes it, not even light. But somehow, NASA scientists were able to capture and record the sound of a massive black hole tearing time and space apart. The black hole in question is a ...
Science is sometimes scarier than fiction.
Since the launch of Russia’s Sputnik 1 in 1957, mankind has been hurling satellites into space.  Sixty-five years later, hundreds of thousands of debris over the size of a golf ball have been orbiting the earth at high velocities. Most of these ...
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 ...
New details are coming out about the safety of Jeff Bezos’ commercial space venture. 
Space tourism is all the rage nowadays, but it looks like one billionaire in the space race is willing to forgo anything for results—even work culture… and rocket safety. A whistleblower who used to work at Blue Origin has stepped forward as the face ...
Space. Cruise.
After the successful trip of the world’s first orbital civilian space crew, more sophisticated space tours could soon be on their way. SpaceX recently completed a historic milestone for space tourism, flying out four civilians into space where they flew beyond the ...
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