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The evolution of infrared astronomy, from Spitzer to WISE to JWST. Credit: Andras GasparThe scientific and astronomical communities are eagerly waiting for Tuesday, July 12th, to come around. That is the day when <span class="glossaryLink" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip="<div class=glossaryItemTitle>NASA</div><div class=glossaryItemBody>Established...
NASA announced last week that a rocket of unknown national origin crashed into the moon earlier this year, producing the rare feat of double crater impact on the surface. Source
THE Sun has been emitting a lot of solar flares recently but the bursts of radiation aren't as scary as they sound. Eruptions on the solar surface can launch some of the Sun's plasma toward Earth and that has both...
The scientific and astronomical community are eagerly waiting for Tuesday, July 12th, to come around. On this day, the first images taken by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will be released! According to a previous statement by the...
A solar storm that zoomed past Earth recently might create problems for satellites and the country’s power grid, experts say. The nearby solar eruption snowplowed dense plasma towards the Earth triggering geomagnetic storms in at least two US states, according...
The first mission of NASA’s Artemis program, CAPSTONE, is on its way to the moon. The mission of the microwave-sized probe is to test the peculiar elliptical orbit around the moon that is planned for the Lunar Gateway, a facility...
On June 28, NASA successfully launched the CAPSTONE project, which is the first step forward towards paving the way for the Artemis missions that will put astronauts back on the moon after a gap of 50 years. But that...
A pioneering researcher in the field of astronomy known as SETI, or the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, Dan Werthimer's work involves scanning the cosmos with huge, ground-based radio telescopes to look for strange or unexplained signals that may have...
Following a successful test of its fueling capabilities last month, NASA’s next-generation rocket, the Space Launch System, will return to its home at the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida today. The rocket, intended to...
SLS rolled back to VAB for final launch preparations - NASASpaceFlight.com We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy...

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