NASA plans to build a lunar spaceport to serve as a space gateway. The proposed facility will provide support to deep space travel. The space agency is undertaking various systems that would promote deep space travel. Initially, NASA plans exploration missions in the vicinity of the moon. According to NASA, “the area of space near the […]
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NASA bares the presence of a supermassive black hole inside a tiny galaxy now merging with a much larger galaxy. They named the merging galaxies as Was 49. Scientists made a study on the merging of the larger Was 49a and the dwarf galaxy Was 49b. Was 49b rotates with the larger galaxy’s disk, which […]
Launched nearly 20 years ago, the Cassini spacecraft will end its Saturn mission in less than six months, NASA reveals. It begins its final phase next month. NASA decided to end the mission since the spacecraft is running low on rocket fuel. After all, Cassini has spent 13 years in orbit around Saturn. Before going […]
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California is developing microbots they are hoping to use for the exploration of planets and other astronomical bodies. The Japanese origami inspired the creation of the microbot, called the Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER). With its lightweight design, it could flatten itself, tuck its wheels or crawl into […]
SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft, carrying cargo-like science samples with medical applications from the International Space Station, returns to Earth Sunday. Aside from results from human and animal research, the cargo spacecraft also carried external payloads, biology and biotechnology studies, physical science investigations and education activities. The Dragon spacecraft was launched from the NASA’s Kennedy Space Center […]
NASA will retire its Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) satellite by the end of March, 17 years after it was launched to space. Launched on November 21, 2000, EO-1 satellite made history for being the first to map active lava flows from space, the first to measured a facility’s methane leak from space, and also the first […]
- This Planet Rains Glass And Has Winds That Blow Seven Times the Speed of Sound under Space
- Origami-inspired Microbots, Our Future Planet Explorers under Space
- Mars Radiation Shield Set for Trials on Lunar Missions under Space
- Overcrowding In Space Will Be An Issue Someday under Space
- NASA to Construct Deep Space Gateway to Aid Space Travel under Space