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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: 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

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

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

Simulated Mars Rover At Walt Disney World Resort

Mars 2020 Mission: NASA Agrees On Three Possible Digging Sites

NASA is getting ready to deploy a rover to Mars in 2020, and three possible sites have been agreed upon for the rover to dig after landing on the red planet – landing sites that may have once supported life in some forms. The three chosen sites are Northeast Syrtis, Jezero crater and Columbia Hills.

by Charles Omedo

Dwarf Star Might Have Life Building Blocks

Dwarf Star Might Have Life Building Blocks

Finding life on other star systems isn't easy. A study though has been made on a dwarf star that might have life building blocks in it.

by Rodney Rafols

White Dwarf Tears Apart Comet

White Dwarf Tears Apart Comet

Comets are part of the solar system since its beginning. Astronomers are now finding that comets might also be in other systems. This has been seen when a white dwarf tears apart a comet.

by Rodney Rafols

Star Bridge Holds Two Dwarf Galaxies Together

Star Bridge Holds Two Dwarf Galaxies Together

Galaxies can collide and take stars and other material from one another. A star bridge holds two dwarf galaxies together. The bridge is said to be stars taken from one of the dwarf galaxies.

by Rodney Rafols

Red Dwarf Star Planets Might Lose Oxygen

Red Dwarf Star Planets Might Lose Oxygen

Red dwarfs could have planets even if they are small. However, planets around them tend to be close to the star. Red dwarf star planets might lose oxygen because of it.

by Rodney Rafols

Hubble Space Telescope Images Released

Water Has Been Discovered In One Of Jupiter's Exoplanets

One of Jupiter's exoplanets that has been discovered back in 1995 has recently been found to have had traces of water in the planetary body.

by Marion Villareal

Enterprise Space Shuttle Pavilion Re-Opens For First Time Since Hurricane Sandy

NASA Ends Space Shuttle Program, Scientists Reveal Why

Space enthusiasts and NASA have always wondered why NASA would scrap the Space Shuttle program when it was yet to find a replacement launch vehicle for space exploration. But NASA instructor and flight controller, Robert Frost, took his time to explain the rationale behind the development on a popular question-and-answer online forum among other related issues.

by Charles Omedo

Cosmic Dust That Formed Solar System Came From Giant Stars

Cosmic Dust That Formed Solar System Came From Giant Stars

Astronomers have long wondered where the dust came from that formed the universe. Cosmic dust that formed the solar system cam from giant stars, as a new study suggests.

by Rodney Rafols

Disappearing Ice Volcanoes Could Be Found On Ceres

Disappearing Ice Volcanoes Could Be Found On Ceres

Ceres has only one ice volcano, which has puzzled astronomers. Research suggests that disappearing ice volcanoes could be found on Ceres.

by Rodney Rafols

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