SPACE

Trappist-1 Likely Could Hold Life

Trappist-1 Exoplanets Could Hold Life

Astronomers continue to look for life in space. A new discovery might hold much promise, as Trappist-1 likely could hold life.

by Rodney Rafols

Comet Chury Has Dunes On It

Comet Chury Has Dunes On It

Comets are said to be composed mainly of ice. A new discovery finds that comet Chury has dunes on it.

by Rodney Rafols

 NASA Press Conference 22/02/2017

NASA Press Conference: What They Said, What We Should Know

NASA press conference that held a few hours back has yielded a lot of good tidings to space enthusiasts from across the world. The organizers of the news conference revealed that NASA has discovered seven planets the size of our Earth nearly 40 light-years away from us. The seven planets are orbiting a dwarf star identified as Trappist-1, and three of these planets are capable of supporting life in various forms.

by Charles Omedo

SpaceX CRS-10 Falcon 9 Rocket Launch

US Space Shuttle Program: SpaceX Aborted ISS Rendezvous After Russian Soyuz-U Liftoff

US space shuttle program was onto another historic encounter with the International Space Station (ISS) before an aborted flight on Wednesday. SpaceX’s Dragon was less than a mile away from the ISS before aborting the flight due to a sudden flight with its GPS system. Meanwhile, the Russians had successfully launched its Soyuz-U mission flight before the unexpected technical issue with SpaceX’s mission.

by Charles Omedo

International Space Station UFO: Watch Video of Six UFOs Flying Past

International Space Station UFO: Watch Video of Six UFOs Flying Past

International space station UFO is fast becoming a most-searched-for phrase on the internet’s search engines, and this is because of news of six UFO objects flying past the ISS a few days back. NASA has not released any information about this phenomenon, but it seems nobody is ready to believe anything the US space agency says at this time. The agency is always accused of cutting a live video feed when an unidentified space object flies into public view.

by Charles Omedo

SpaceX Launches Giant Falcon 9 Test Rocket

SpaceX Rocket Launches From Historic NASA Pad

SpaceX has made its third rocket launch so far this year. SpaceX rocket launches from a historic NASA pad.

by Rodney Rafols

Expedition 50 Crew Press Conference

NASA’s Press Conference to Address New Space Discoveries

NASA’s press conference is scheduled on hold at 1 pm EST or 6 pm GMT on Wednesday, February 22 according to a NASA press release. The announcement of this press conference is already creating a furore as to the exact purpose of the news meeting, and a lot of speculations are already flying around. In fact, informed members of the public insist NASA scheduled the conference to inform everyone of the discovery of new exoplanets capable of supporting life in outer space.

by Charles Omedo

Deadly Drug-Resistant Staph Infections On The Rise In U.S

Reasons Why NASA Is Sending Pathogens into Space This Saturday

In their bid to understand how antibiotic-resistant bacteria or superbugs mutate to become resistant to powerful drugs, NASA are sending samples of MRSA superbugs to space for further study. The deadly pathogens will leave Earth on a trip to the ISS on Saturday, February 18, via a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that will launch from the Cape Canaveral pad. The study is led by a medical doctor and physicist, Dr. Anita Goel of biomedicine company Nanobiosym.

by Charles Omedo

Hubble Space Telescope Images Released

Jupiter: Scientists Were Able To Photograph Its South Pole

Juno's mission to orbit Jupiter since July 4, 2016 made it possible for scientists to photograph its south pole. Juno will be observing Jupiter for a couple of more extended days than previously planed. This is to preserve Juno's good shape and prevent more damage to its engine.

by Irene Guerrero

World's Most Technologically Advanced Ship

Mars 2117 Project: UAE Unveils Plans To Build A City On Mars

Can you dish out $200,000 or lesser for a one-way ticket to work and live in a boisterous city built on Mars? Well if you can, you can hope to realize your dreams of living and working in space in the next 100 years, or maybe 10 years if Elon Musk of SpaceX succeeds first. This idea is coming on the current plans of the government of the United Arab Emirates to build a city on Mars within the next 100 years.

by Charles Omedo

SpaceX Assists NASA With Its Space Efforts, Wants To Make Space Exploration Mainstream

SpaceX Assists NASA With Its Space Efforts, Wants To Make Space Exploration Mainstream

2017 will be an important year for SpaceX, as the space research and exploration company is scheduled with 4 important missions to carry throughout the year. The latest missions involve SpaceX collaborating with NASA on supply deliveries to the ISS. the other 3 will involve the launch of SpaceX's Falcon Rockets.

by Jomar Teves

How India Started The 'Asian Space Race', Is It Economically Feasible?

How India Started The 'Asian Space Race', Is It Economically Feasible?

India has slowly made a name for itself in the space exploration scene for years. Just recently it has solidified its reputation as a key player in the space market after sending 103 satellites at once into orbit with the use of only one rocket.

by Jomar Teves

SpaceX: The Privately Funded Aerospace Company Founded By Elon Musk

ISRO Vs. SpaceX: How Does PSLV Launch Make A Difference?

The space race is becoming fierce as other nations join in. This can be seen in the ISRO vs. SpaceX, as some ask: how does the PSLV launch make a difference?

by Rodney Rafols

Massive Database of Stars Now Available to the Public

Scientists Need Help Finding Earth II, Open Huge Stars Database To Public

Astronomers have decided to open its large database of stars to the public to get help in studying and searching for exoplanets in the universe.

by Edge Ison

NASA Plans To Develop 'Venus Rover', Says Technological Advancements Make It Possible

NASA Plans To Develop 'Venus Rover', Says Technological Advancements Make It Possible

Venus has long been a center of attention for the most scientist to conduct studies and make analyzations. But due to its extreme conditions, it would only take a few minutes for landers to stay on the red planet before succumbing to its harsh environment. But now, NASA scientist have developed a 'Venus Rover' as a solution to this problem.

by Jomar Teves

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