Post by: Evan Gough
Curiosity, Mars, Mars Science Laboratory
24 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
Orbital images of Mars can provide useful information on the changing nature of the Martian surface. And eye candy too!
Boeing, Commercial Space, NASA
23 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
According to Boeing, the first test launch of its Starliner crew capsule will take place in February 2018, a four month delay from its original date of October 2017.
Commercial Space, Falcon 9, SpaceX
22 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
Port Canaveral is considering a hefty raise to the fees it charges SpaceX for handling recovered boosters.
Earth, Science, sun
21 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
A transient third Van Allen belt was first observed in 2013, and new research explains how it was formed.
Apollo, NASA, News
17 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
The Saturn V rocket that was supposed to launch Apollo 19 to the Moon in 1973 has found a new home at the Infinity Science Center in Mississippi.
Earth has a new dance partner, a quasi-moon named 2016 H03.
International Space Station, NASA, Technology
16 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
The Additive Manufacturing Facility, or 3D printer, on-board the ISS has made its first tool.
Asteroids, Earth, Meteorites
15 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
A fossilized meteorite from a quarry in Sweden is a new type of space rock that’s different from other meteors.
Earth, Meteors, Science
13 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
Mammals were well on their way to dominance long before an asteroid strike was the death-blow for dinosaurs.
Astronomy, History, News
10 Jun , 2016 by Evan Gough
A decade of high-tech scanning has confirmed that the Antikythera Mechanism is an ancient astronomical computer.
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