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Jun 16, 2021 12:12 PM CDT
Some Unusual Petitions About Bezos Are Circulating
10K want Amazon CEO denied re-entry to Earth, others want him to eat art
- The way Jeff Bezos tells it, his trip to space next month will be the fulfillment of a childhood dream . In the view of some 10,000 critics, it will instead represent the ascent of "an evil overlord hellbent on global domination." More than 10,000 people have...
to Receive a
Jun 3, 2021 8:11 AM CDT
Space Station to Receive a Whole Lot of Squid
Astronauts hope to learn survival tactics from 128 baby squid, 5K tardigrades
- A cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station, scheduled for Thursday, will see astronauts enjoy apples, avocado, and other fresh food—not including the 128 baby squid along for the ride on SpaceX's Dragon, launched by the Falcon 9 rocket . These glow-in-the-dark baby bobtail squid will become part...
China's Mars Rover Sends
Back Proof of Landing
May 19, 2021 9:35 AM CDT
China's Mars Rover Sends Back Proof of Landing
First 2 pics show Zhurong is successfully communicating from Utopia Planitia
- China has become only the second nation after the United States to successfully put a craft on Mars and operate it for a significant amount of time, reports the BBC . Its Zhurong rover touched down on the red planet over the weekend, and now we have the first photos as...
Russia Apparently Aims
to Beat Tom Cruise to Space
May 14, 2021 10:11 AM CDT
Russia Apparently Aims to Beat Tom Cruise to Space
Yulia Peresild, actor-director Klim Shipenko to set off for ISS on Oct. 5
- Russia is saying not so fast to the plan to have Tom Cruise star in the first narrative action movie filmed in space . In what the
is calling "space race 2," a Russian actor and director will set out for the International Space Station in early October,...
Asteroid 'Firework' Exploded
With Force of 440lbs of TNT
Mar 10, 2021 7:28 AM CST
Asteroid 'Firework' Exploded With Force of 440lbs of TNT
It was seen from 4 US states and Canada
- People in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, and Quebec, Canada, claim to have witnessed an asteroid breaking up in the sky on Sunday, which turned out to be rattling. Many people reported hearing a rumble or sonic boom as a 10-pound bowling ball-sized chunk of an asteroid—traveling at...
In UK, a Fireball in the Sky,
Sonic Boom, and a 'Shock' Find
Mar 9, 2021 7:23 AM CST
In UK, a Fireball in the Sky, Sonic Boom, and a 'Shock' Find
First meteorite in 30 years is found on a driveway
- Experts say a rare chunk of space rock, believed to contain the most primitive material in the solar system, is in such good shape that it's comparable to samples returned from space missions. But this one didn't come to Earth under careful conditions. Instead, it fell from the...
Somewhere Here Lies
an Ancient Space Relic
in case you missed it
Mar 7, 2021 7:40 AM CST
Somewhere Here Lies an Ancient Space Relic
It just dropped from space, and the search is on
- The search is on for an apricot-sized meteorite somewhere near Aiguillon, France. Cameras at an astronomy facility in Mauraux spotted the small space rock falling to Earth over southwest France last weekend, per the
. The meteorite landed at 10:43pm Saturday near Aiguillon, some 60 miles southeast of Bordeaux,...
After a Year in Space,
Wine Returning to Bordeaux
Jan 13, 2021 6:25 PM CST
After a Year in Space, Wine Returning to Bordeaux
The 12 bottles of vino will be studied—and sampled
- The International Space Station bid adieu Tuesday to 12 bottles of French Bordeaux wine and hundreds of snippets of grapevines that spent a year orbiting the world in the name of science. SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule undocked with the wine and vines—and thousands of pounds of other gear...
On the Horizon:
a Satellite Made of Wood?
Dec 29, 2020 8:56 AM CST
On the Horizon: a Satellite Made of Wood?
Japan hopes project will cut down on space debris
- When satellites burn up in the atmosphere, they don't entirely disappear. Tiny pieces of aluminium remain, contributing to an increasing mass of space junk. According to Daniel Oltrogge, director at the Center for Space Standards and Innovation, there are an estimated 760,000 objects larger than a centimeter (0....
Ground Control Sends Up
Coin Honoring David Bowie
Dec 7, 2020 5:04 PM CST
Ground Control Sends Up Coin Honoring David Bowie
'Space Oddity' homage returns to Earth after 40 minutes, kicking off a series for sale
- It was taken up by a balloon, not in a tin can, but a David Bowie commemorative coin has been launched into space and brought back safely to Earth. Britain's Royal Mint was behind the launch, the
reports, sending the coin 22 miles up. It's the first...
We Assumed the Universe
Was Getting Colder. It Isn't
Nov 19, 2020 9:55 AM CST
We Assumed the Universe Was Getting Colder. It Isn't
So much for the 'Big Chill'
- The Universe just had its temperature taken, and the results may surprise. Since the 1990s, researchers have put forth the theory that the mean temperature of the universe will drop as it expands and galaxies, stars, and planets move farther apart. But a team of international scientists has found that...
'Blue Marble' Photo, First
Space Selfie Up for Grabs
Nov 12, 2020 12:20 PM CST
'Blue Marble' Photo, First Space Selfie Up for Grabs
2.4K vintage photos showcase the golden age of space exploration
- The only photograph showing Neil Armstrong walking on the moon is set to go to the highest bidder. Christie's is auctioning off some 2,400 rare NASA images amassed by French collector Victor Martin-Malburet, and though the one of Armstrong is expected to fetch the highest price, an estimated...
Asteroid Thought to Be Worth
Oct 30, 2020 12:26 PM CDT
Asteroid Thought to Be Worth $10,000,000,000,000,000,000
16 Psyche thought to be massive chunk of iron and nickel
- Somewhere between Mars and Jupiter is a potato-shaped space rock possibly worth way more than the entire economy of Earth. Italian astronomer Annibale de Gasparis discovered the Massachusetts-sized asteroid known as 16 Psyche lurking in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter in 1852, per Fox News . New observations...
To the Ears,
Is Rather Creepy
Oct 30, 2020 7:48 AM CDT
To the Ears, Our Universe Is Rather Creepy
NASA releases playlist perfect for Halloween
- NASA wants to take your Halloween celebration out of this world. The space agency has released a playlist of sinister space sounds, which it describes as "'moans' and 'whistles' from our universe that would scare the most ghoulish of creatures." You can hear the creaks of...
NASA Heads for
a 'Historic First'
Oct 20, 2020 7:17 AM CDT
NASA Heads for a 'Historic First'
OSIRIS-REx will attempt to grab sample from asteroid Bennu
- NASA is finally ready to snatch at an asteroid. After two years of orbiting the near-Earth asteroid Bennu, as tall as the Empire State Building, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will touch down Tuesday in the first US attempt to gather asteroid samples. Over 4.5 hours, the SUV-sized spacecraft will...
the End of an Era
Oct 14, 2020 9:20 AM CDT
With Blastoff, the End of an Era
US astronauts no longer need Roscosmos to get to ISS
- NASA astronaut Kate Rubins boarded a Russian Soyuz rocket for the fastest ever trip to the International Space Station on Wednesday, her 42nd birthday, which also marked what NBC News calls "the end of an era." It was the last time NASA paid for one of its astronauts...
in case you missed it
Sep 12, 2020 11:00 AM CDT
Jaws Drop at NASA: The Moon Is Rusty
'At first, I totally didn't believe it'
- Rust, on the moon? Scientists say they were shocked to find it lurking on the moon's polar surfaces, Space.com reports. "At first, I totally didn't believe it. It shouldn't exist based on the conditions present on the moon," says NASA scientist Abigail Fraeman, co-author...
NASA to Change
Aug 9, 2020 8:15 AM CDT
NASA to Change 'Actively Harmful' Nicknames
'Science is for everyone,' agency says in dropping 'Eskimo Nebula'
- The "Siamese Twins Galaxy" isn't going anywhere, but that nickname is. NASA said that as it surveyed its field for systemic inequality, including the terms it uses, it realized "that certain cosmic nicknames are not only insensitive, but can be actively harmful." So from now on,...
Take a Peek Inside
Virgin Galactic's Space Plane
Jul 29, 2020 8:33 AM CDT
Take a Peek Inside Virgin Galactic's Space Plane
It includes plenty of windows and cameras to capture the $250K experience
- Virgin Galactic has offered a look inside its tourist space plane for those of us who can't afford the $250,000 ticket. The six-passenger SpaceShipTwo, a collaboration with London design agency Seymourpowell, is designed entirely around "the view of Earth from space," explains chief space officer George...
Is Unlike Any
Jul 22, 2020 11:10 AM CDT
This Image Is Unlike Any Ever Taken
Telescope captures family portrait of 2 planets orbiting young sun
- For the first time, a telescope has captured a family portrait of another solar system with not just one, but two planets posing directly for the cameras while orbiting a star like our sun. This baby sun and its two giant gas planets are fairly close by galactic standards at...
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