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  • Diamond – shaped UFO sighting over Newark, Ohio on 22th June 2015

    Latest UFO sightings
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:13 pm
    New interesting video footage of a Diamond – shaped UFO sighting recorded over Newark, Ohio on 22th June 2015.
  • Charon Facts

    Space Facts
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:40 am
    Charon is the largest and innermost moon of Pluto. It was discovered in 1978 by astronomer James Christy and is nearly 1/8 the mass of Pluto. It orbits a common centre of gravity with Pluto, and the two worlds are tidally locked together as they orbit. Charon Moon Profile Radius: 603.5 km Diameter: 1,207 km […] The post Charon Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
  • Take a Number: 37.2 Trillion: Galaxies or Human Cells?

    NYT > Space & Cosmos
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:10 pm
    The counting does not come easily, or exactly, but there are estimates for the number of cells in the human body and galaxies in the observable universe.
  • Gulfstream Hosts ‘Virtual’ Operators Conference

    Aviation Week - Aerospace Defense, Business & Commercial News
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm
    Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. hosted its first “virtual” operators and suppliers conference, an interactive event to ensure Gulfstream customers have the most up-to-date information on their aircraft, the company said. More than 100 operators participated in the three-day event, which took place online. The event supplements Gulfstream’s biennial operators and suppliers conference in Savannah, Georgia, and other forums held globally.
  • Iran nuclear talks set to drag into weekend -- and beyond

    Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Vienna (AFP) July 2, 2015 Agonising talks towards a grand bargain nuclear deal between Iran and major powers looked set Thursday to drag into the weekend and beyond, with stubborn differences still separating the two sides in Vienna. There was little indication meanwhile whether the head of the UN atomic watchdog had made any progress in Tehran on one of the main sticking points: a probe into allegations of past nucl
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  • Gulfstream Hosts ‘Virtual’ Operators Conference

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm
    Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. hosted its first “virtual” operators and suppliers conference, an interactive event to ensure Gulfstream customers have the most up-to-date information on their aircraft, the company said. More than 100 operators participated in the three-day event, which took place online. The event supplements Gulfstream’s biennial operators and suppliers conference in Savannah, Georgia, and other forums held globally.
  • Appointments

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm
    Peter Schmidt has been appointed chief operating officer of Jet Advisors, a brokerage, consulting and auditing services provider. Schmidt reports to founder and CEO Kevin O’Leary. In his role, Schmidt will oversee day-to-day operations and lead technology developments. Most recently, he has served as chief operating officer of Linear Air, a Part 135 jet charter operator. read more
  • Used Business Jets, Turboprop Sales Fall in May

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm
    The number of used business jets and business turboprops sold globally fell in May, when compared to the same time a year ago, according to JetNet. The total number of used business jets sold in North America in May totaled 170, down from 183 in May 2014. That’s still up from May 2013, however, when 149 used business jets were sold. While the number of light and medium-size jets sold fell in May, the number of heavy jets sold rose to 55 from 48 in May 2014. read more
  • Airworthiness Directives

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm
    BOMBARDIER, INC. Model DHC-8-400 series aircraft. [Docket No. FAA-2014-0524; Directorate Identifier 2014-NM-042-AD;  Amendment 39-18189; AD 2015-13-02] – adopts a new airworthiness directive (AD) requiring repetitive checks of the fire protection system for leakage of the discharge tube, as well as eventual replacement of all existing aluminum tube assemblies with corrosion-resistant stainless steel tube assemblies. read more
  • FreeFlight ADS-B Gains FAA STC

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm
    Texas-based FreeFlight Systems has received FAA Supplemental Type Certificate and Approved Model List certification for its ADS-B systems, which are ready for shipping and installation. The systems are approved for installation in more than 400 light general-aviation aircraft. The RANGR Lite systems are available as an ADS-B Out only system for $1,995, and as an ADS-B In/Out system for $3,695. The price includes built-in WAAS/GPS, ADS-B and GPS antennas, an install kit, control head and/or Wi-Fi module if needed.
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    Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense

  • Iran nuclear talks set to drag into weekend -- and beyond

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Vienna (AFP) July 2, 2015 Agonising talks towards a grand bargain nuclear deal between Iran and major powers looked set Thursday to drag into the weekend and beyond, with stubborn differences still separating the two sides in Vienna. There was little indication meanwhile whether the head of the UN atomic watchdog had made any progress in Tehran on one of the main sticking points: a probe into allegations of past nucl
  • Beijing's South China Sea runway 'nearly complete': US think-tank

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Beijing (AFP) July 2, 2015 Beijing has nearly completed building a 3,000-metre (9,800-foot) airstrip on a reef in disputed waters in the South China Sea, where tensions are mounting with its neighbours, a US think-tank said. A satellite picture taken on Sunday showed that China was paving and marking the runway on Fiery Cross Reef and an apron and taxiway have been added, the Center for Strategic and International Stu
  • Thai navy votes to buy three Chinese submarines worth $1 bn

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Bangkok (AFP) July 2, 2015 Thailand's navy has voted in favour of buying three Chinese submarines worth US$1 billion, an official said Thursday, the kingdom's first such vessels in decades if the purchase is approved by the cabinet. The country last operated submarines in its waters 50 years ago and wants the new high-tech vessels as a "deterrent", said Thailand's navy chief, without elaborating on the nature of threa
  • Russia to loan Armenia $200 million for arms: Yerevan

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Yerevan (AFP) July 2, 2015 Moscow is to give Armenia a $200 million loan to purchase sophisticated Russian weapons at a discount, officials in Yerevan said on Thursday. Armenia, which hosts a Russian military base, has been shaken by nearly two weeks of protests over plans by a Russian-owned company to hike electricity prices in the small Caucasus country. Armenia's deputy defence minister Ara Nazaryan told a par
  • Compact cannon for British armored vehicles

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    London (UPI) Jul 2, 2015 Britain's Ministry of Defense has contracted CTA International to supply a compact 40mm cannon system for the army's armored fighting vehicles. The system is the Cased Telescope cannon, which is more compact than currently fielded 40mm cannons. It features a thermal sleeve, automatic ammunition loading and a range of compact ammunition for use against armored vehicles, hardened targets
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    DID: Department of Defense News, Procurement, Acquisition & Contracting, National Security Policy

  • Brazil to Refinance Gripen Deal It’s Investigating | Czech Republic Goes Shopping | India Plugs MiG Hole with SU-30s; Eschews Gripens

    Editorial Staff
    28 Jun 2015 | 8:49 pm
    Americas With Naval Air Station Lemoore set to become the backbone of the Navy’s future strike capability, the Navy awarded a contract Friday for the construction of infrastructure to support the base’s fleet of F-35Cs. The $20.2 million task order covers the construction of new buildings to house JSF simulators, as well as classrooms and briefing rooms. NAS Lemoore beat out NAS El Centro last fall to become the Pacific Fleet’s F-35 base, with Strike Fighter Squadron 101 (VFA 101), the F-35C replacement squadron, set to relocate to the base in early 2017. The Navy announced…
  • Britain’s CVF Future Carriers: the Queen Elizabeth Class

    Joe Katzman
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:00 pm
    RN CVF Concept(click to view full) Britain’s 1998 Strategic Defence Review (SDR) announced a big leap forward for the Royal Navy: plans to replace the current set of 3 Invincible Class 22,000t escort carriers with 2 larger, more capable Future Aircraft Carrier (CVF) ships that could operate a more powerful force. These new carriers would be joint-service platforms, operating F-35B aircraft, plus helicopters and UAVs from all 3 services. Roles could include ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance), force projection and logistics support, close air support, anti-submarine/…
  • The JAS-39 Gripen: Sweden’s 4+ Generation Wild Card

    Joe Katzman
    28 Jun 2015 | 5:23 pm
    South African JAS-39D(click to view full) As a neutral country with a long history of providing for its own defense against all comers, Sweden also has a long tradition of building excellent high-performance fighters with a distinctive look. From the long-serving Saab-35 Draken (“Dragon,” 1955-2005) to the Mach 2, canard-winged Saab-37 Viggen (“Thunderbolt,” 1971-2005), Swedish fighters have stressed short-field launch from dispersed/improvised air fields, world-class performance, and leading-edge design. This record of consistent project success is nothing short of…
  • F-35 Lightning: The Joint Strike Fighter Program

    Joe Katzman
    28 Jun 2015 | 5:01 pm
    F-35B: off probation(click to view full) The $382 billion F-35 Joint Strike fighter program may well be the largest single global defense program in history. This major multinational program is intended to produce an “affordably stealthy” multi-role fighter that will have 3 variants: the F-35A conventional version for the US Air Force et. al.; the F-35B Short Take-Off, Vertical Landing for the US Marines, British Royal Navy, et. al.; and the F-35C conventional carrier-launched version for the US Navy. The aircraft is named after Lockheed’s famous WW2 P-38 Lightning, and the…
  • GAO: Air Force A-10 Abandonment Divorced from Financial Reality | DoD Refiguring Satellite Control | Russia Receiving New SU-34 Fullbacks

    Editorial Staff
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:26 pm
    Americas Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work has announced his intention to stand-up a joint intelligence-military operations center for satellites, allowing all intelligence and military satellites to be controlled from a single location. Work is likely hoping that the co-location will enable the development of joint doctrine and closer operational liaison, with this new station designed as a back-up to the existing Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base. The center is scheduled to come online within six months, indicating that the announcement has likely been a long time…
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  • Russia launches Soyuz Progress with supplies for ISS

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Baikonur, Kazakhstan (SPX) Jul 03, 2015 The Soyuz-U carrier rocket with the Russian Progress-M28M cargo spacecraft has been launched from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan and is headed for the International Space Station (ISS), the Russian Mission Control outside Moscow said. "The estimated time of the transport cargo vessel's separation from the third stage of the launch vehicle and its entering the set orbit is July 3 08:
  • Global Positioning System: A Generation of Service to the World

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Peterson AFB CO (SPX) Jul 03, 2015 Twenty years ago, the United States Air Force announced the Global Positioning System had achieved Full Operational Capability. As of July 17, 1995, a total of 24 satellites were on orbit, providing global 24-hour coverage. In the two-decades since, GPS has been woven into nearly every aspect of human activity, from military operations to sports. At the time "FOC" was announced, GPS had al
  • Russia to Develop System to Block Satellite Signals, Shut Down Missiles

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 01, 2015 Russian engineers are working on a new signal suppression system that could block cruise missiles and communication of satellites, said Yuri Maevskiy, the Deputy Director of Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern. The new high-tech system will shut down cruise missiles and other high-precision weaponry, as well as jam the signals of foreign military satellites, Meavskiy said. The syst
  • Engineers help NASA fine-tune new Space Launch System

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Athens GA (SPX) Jul 03, 2015 Researchers at the University of Georgia College of Engineering are helping NASA determine if a key rocket component can withstand the rigors of the next generation of space flight. The parts in question-bellows expansion joints-serve several functions in rocket propulsion systems, perhaps most critically as connectors between fuel and oxidizer lines and the rocket's engines. While bellows
  • US Army orders 19 more Gray Eagle Drones despite problems

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
    Washington (Sputnik) Jun 28, 2015 The General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle is commonly described as a medium-altitude, long-endurance drone developed by GAAS for the US Army as an upgrade of its MQ-1 drone. "Work will be performed in Poway, California, with an estimated completion date of Sept.[ember] 30, 2018," the statement read on Tuesday. According to publicly released information, the Gray Eagle has a top speed of 1
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    Science@NASA Headline News

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Algae

    26 Jun 2015 | 12:47 pm
    With support from NASA, the EPA has developed an app to track algae that can threaten fresh water supplies.
  • Handprints on Hubble

    26 Jun 2015 | 10:44 am
    As the Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 25th anniversary, scientists are reflecting on the key role astronauts played in allowing the telescope to continue making great discoveries.
  • Amazing Sunset Sky Show

    11 Jun 2015 | 6:33 pm
    Venus and Jupiter are converging for a must-see close encounter at the end of June. It could be the best backyard sky show of 2015.
  • Roundworms have the Right Stuff

    23 May 2015 | 5:49 pm
    The common roundworm shares a surprising amount of genetic material with humans - enough, in fact, to make them good substitutes for astronauts in low-gravity medical studies.
  • The First Martian Marathon

    15 May 2015 | 10:22 am
    On Earth, a fast runner takes a few hours to complete a marathon. On Mars, it's taken 11 years. NASA's Opportunity rover crossed that finish line in 2015.
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    Universe Today

  • Challenger and Columbia Crews Memorialized in Emotional New “Forever Remembered” Exhibit at Kennedy Space Center

    Ken Kremer
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:15 pm
    An iconic section of the fuselage recovered from space shuttle Challenger with the American flag (left) and the flight deck windows recovered from space shuttle Columbia (right) are part of a new, permanent memorial, “Forever Remembered,” that opened on June 27, 2015 in the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida featuring shuttle hardware and personal crew items never before on display for viewing by the public. Credit: Ken Kremer/ NASA’s two lost Shuttle crews from the searing Challenger and Columbia accidents are now…
  • Red-faced Pluto Full of Surprises

    Bob King
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:08 am
    New Horizons scientists combined the latest black and white map of Pluto’s surface features (left) with a map of the planet’s colors (right) to produce a detailed color portrait of the planet’s northern hemisphere (center). The color is what you’d see if you were riding along with New Horizons. “Ralph” is a visible/infrared imager. Credits: NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI Hey, Mars, you’ve got company. Looks like there’s a second “red planet” in the Solar System — Pluto. Color images returned from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, now just 10 days from…
  • Russian Progress Launch Restores Critical Cargo Lifeline to Space Station

    Ken Kremer
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Blastoff of the Russian Progress 60 resupply ship to the ISS from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on July 3, 2015. Credit: Roscosmos Story updated A sigh of relief was heard worldwide with today’s (July 3) successful launch to orbit of the unmanned Progress 60 cargo freighter atop a Soyuz-U booster from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, signifying the restoration of Russia’s critical cargo lifeline to the International Space Station (ISS), some two months after the devastating launch failure of the prior Progress 59 spaceship on April 28.(...)Read the rest of Russian Progress Launch Restores Critical…
  • River of Fire Smoke Darkens Sun and Moon

    Bob King
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:55 am
    The waning gibbous Moon was still the color of fire even at midnight last night due to heavy smoke from Canadian forest fires. Photo taken around midnight when the Moon stood 20° high. Credit: Bob King My eyes are burning. The morning Sun, already 40° high, glares a lemony-orange. It’s meteorologically clear, but the sky looks like paste. What’s going on here? Forest fires! Many in the Midwest, northern mountain states and Canadian provinces have been living under a dome of high altitude smoke the past few days reflected in the ruddy midday Sun and bloody midnight…
  • Rosetta’s Comet Sparkles with Ice, Blows Dust From Sinkholes

    Bob King
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:10 am
    Careful! It’s slippery out there. Bright patches seen in 67P/C-G’s Khepry region appear to be boulders with exposed surfaces of water ice. Scale bar is 50 meters or 164 feet. Credit: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA Comet 67P/C-G may be tiny at just 2.5 miles (4 km) across, but its diverse landscapes and the processes that shape them astound. To say nature packs a lot into small packages is an understatement. In newly-released images taken by Rosetta’s high-resolution OSIRIS science camera, the comet almost seems alive. Sunlight…
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    The Space Review

  • The aftermath of a launch failure

    29 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    On Sunday, SpaceX suffered the first failure of its Falcon 9 rocket in 19 launches, losing a Dragon cargo spacecraft bound for the ISS. Jeff Foust reports on what's known about the failure and its implications for the company, the space station, and broader space policy.
  • Untangling the knot: fix Congress, pioneer space

    29 Jun 2015 | 3:59 am
    Developing a coherent, sustainable space policy in the US is made challenging by changing administrations and a Congress often stuck in partisan gridlock. Clark Cohen describes how an alternative approach to congressional representation could end that gridlock and help space policy.
  • Way out there in The Black: orbiting Pluto

    29 Jun 2015 | 3:58 am
    In just over two weeks, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will speed past Pluto in the first spacecraft reconnaissance of that distant world. Dwayne Day describes an ambitious mission concept from the 1980s to send a nuclear-powered orbiter, with landers, to Pluto.
  • Review: The Nazis Next Door

    29 Jun 2015 | 3:57 am
    The coverup, and later investigations, into Nazi scientists who found refuge in the United States after World War II remains controversial. Michael Neufeld reviews a book that examines the roles Nazi scientists and engineers played in America after the war, including two involved in the space program.
  • The ups and downs of smallsat constellations

    22 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    There is growing interest in developing constellations of smallsats for a variety of missions, with new concepts appearing regularly. Jeff Foust reports on some of the challenges these ventures face both in launching those satellites and dealing with orbital debris risks.
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    NASA Watch

  • New Horizons Is In Safe Mode

    Keith Cowing
    4 Jul 2015 | 8:09 pm
    New Horizons Spacecraft In Safe Mode "The New Horizons spacecraft experienced an anomaly the afternoon of July 4 that led to a loss of communication with Earth. Communication has since been reestablished and the spacecraft is healthy. The mission operations center at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland, lost contact with the unmanned spacecraft -- now 10 days from arrival at Pluto -- at 1:54 p.m. EDT, and regained communications with New Horizons at 3:15 p.m. EDT, through NASA's Deep Space Network."
  • ISS Resupply Mission Underway

    Marc Boucher
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:25 am
    International Space Station Resupply Mission Underway [Watch the launch], SpaceRef "Less than a week after the SpaceX resupply mission to the International Space Station ended in failure, the Russian Progress 60 cargo resupply mission launched on schedule to bring much needed supplies to the International Space Station. The cargo spacecraft is carrying over 2700 kilograms of food, fuel and supplies for the Expedition 44 crew members. The supplies will arrive on Sunday."
  • Shelton Vs McCain On RD-180 Engines

    Keith Cowing
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:17 pm
    Shelton Versus McCain on Import of SpaceX Failure, SpacePolicyOnline "Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC), and Gen. William Shelton (Ret.) view the June 28 SpaceX launch failure very differently. In a McCain statement and a Wall Street Journal op-ed by Shelton, the two take opposite positions on what should be learned from the failure in terms of national security space launches and how long Russian RD-180 engines are needed by the U.S. military to have assured access to space. The congressional push to end reliance on RD-180s began while Shelton…
  • Pluto In The Headlights

    Keith Cowing
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:13 pm
    Color Images Reveal Two Distinct Faces of Pluto, NASA "New color images from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft show two very different faces of the mysterious dwarf planet, one with a series of intriguing spots along the equator that are evenly spaced. Each of the spots is about 300 miles in diameter, with a surface area that's roughly the size of the state of Missouri." New Horizons Stays the Course to Pluto, NASA "After seven weeks of detailed searches for dust clouds, rings, and other potential hazards, the New Horizons team has decided the spacecraft will remain on its original path through…
  • Opinions On Falcon Loss Aftermath Are All Over The Map

    Keith Cowing
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:54 pm
    Orbital May Benefit From SpaceX's Fiery Rocket Fail, Cowen Says, Bloomberg "SpaceX's explosive mission failure may benefit Orbital ATK Inc. as the two compete for future contracts to supply the International Space Station, according to Cowen & Co." Analyst: Rocket Failure Unlikely To Hurt SpaceX, Forbes "The launch failure by itself is not much of an issue," Ostrove told me. "Most people in the industry understand that launching rockets into space is really difficult and occasional failures are just the price of conducting launches. Overall, SpaceX has a pretty strong record of success (about…
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    EurekAlert! - Space and Planetary Science

  • Extreme lab at European X-ray laser XFEL is a go

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf) The Helmholtz Senate has given the green light for the Association's involvement in the Helmholtz International Beamline, a new kind of experimentation station at the X-ray laser European XFEL in Hamburg, Germany. As the leading institutes of the international HIB user consortium, the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf and DESY were able to secure funding in the amount of 30 million Euros for this project. The majority of the funding will go to Helmholtz International Beamline for Extreme Fields.
  • NASA looks at Tropical Depression 10W's most powerful storms

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Infrared date from NASA's Aqua satellite spotted the strongest storms within newborn Tropical Depression 10W over the Philippine Sea today, July 2.
  • Astronomers predict fireworks from rare stellar encounter in 2018

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Astronomers are gearing up for high-energy fireworks coming in early 2018, when a stellar remnant the size of a city meets one of the brightest stars in our galaxy.
  • NASA sees 2 tropical cyclones on either side of the equator

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) NASA's Aqua satellite passed over two tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean on different sides of the equator today, July 2.
  • Working out in artificial gravity

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Engineers at MIT have built a compact human centrifuge with an exercise component: a cycle ergometer that a person can pedal as the centrifuge spins. The centrifuge was sized to just fit inside a module of the ISS. After testing the setup on healthy participants, the team found the combination of exercise and artificial gravity could significantly lessen the effects of extended weightlessness in space -- more so than exercise alone.
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    collectSPACE Today In Space History

  • Astronaut Wives Club 'Retroattitude'

    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
    The third episode of "The Astronaut Wives Club," ABC's 10-part drama about the real spouses of America's first spacemen, aired Thursday (June 3). This hour focused on the events of mid-1962 and in particular, the second U.S. orbital mission by Scott Carpenter. How well did 'Retroattitude' follow the history on which it was based? A look at the "A-OK!" and "Abort!" scenes from the "Astronaut Wives Club" episode.
  • Progress M-28M launches

    2 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Russia resumed resupply runs to the International Space Station early Friday (July 3) with the successful launch of its 60th ISS-bound cargo ship. The Progress M-28M freighter, now on a two-day trip to the orbiting outpost, is the first Progress to fly since the failure of M-27M in late April. M-28M is delivering more than three tons of food, fuel and equipment for the station's crew.
  • Houston Spaceport

    1 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    In Houston's history of being associated with spaceflight, the Texas city has hosted NASA's Mission Control and has been home to the astronauts. But it was not until Tuesday (June 30) that it could also claim being a launch site, too. With its newly-awarded FAA launch license, Houston's Ellington Airport has become the United States' tenth approved commercial spaceport.
  • 804+ days off the planet

    30 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Gennady Padalka on Monday (June 29) beat the record for the most time spent in orbit over a career flying in space. Ninety three (93) days into his fifth stay on a space station, Padalka surpassed fellow cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev's record of 803 days that was set in 2005 after six spaceflights. Scheduled to land in September, Padalka will log a total 878 days in space.
  • SpaceX launch failure

    28 Jun 2015 | 4:35 pm
    SpaceX suffered its first Falcon 9 launch failure on Sunday (June 28) during its Dragon resupply mission to the International Space Station. Describing it as a 'counterintuitive cause,' SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said there was an "overpressure event" in the Falcon 9's second stage, leading to the rocket's loss. Onboard the Dragon were more than 4,000 pounds of supplies, science experiments, and hardware for the space station, including a docking adapter to support commercial crewed craft.
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    The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel: Sci, Space, Tech

  • Hubble --"Largest Moon in Our Solar System Harbors a Buried Ocean 100 Kilometers Deep" (Weekend Feature)
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
    This past March, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope revealed the best evidence yet for an underground saltwater ocean on Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. The subterranean ocean is thought to have more water than all the water on Earth's surface. Identifying liquid water is crucial in the search for habitable worlds beyond Earth and for the search for life, as we know it. "This discovery marks a significant milestone, highlighting what only Hubble can accomplish," said John Grunsfeld, assistant administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters. "In its 25 years in orbit,…
  • Oldest Stars of the Universe --Harbor Clues to Its Evolution
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:49 am
    The first stars in the universe formed about 400 million years after the Big Bang (estimated at 13.8 billion years ago). Inside of these stellar furnaces, nuclear processes fused the hydrogen and helium made by the primordial nucleosynthesis into heavier elements. Verification of the existence of these stars is important to understanding the evolution of the universe. Astronomers have been searching for years for long-lived, low-mass stars with the unique nucleosynthetic pattern matching predicted yields. The artists image above shows the Methuselah of stars formed shortly after the big bang…
  • Today's 'Galaxy' Insight --"Seeing the Future of the Universe"
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:16 am
    "Do you realize that if you fall into a black hole, you will see the entire future of the Universe unfold in front of you in a matter of moments and you will emerge into another space-time created by the singularity of the black hole you just fell into?" Neil deGrasse Tyson,  famed astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, and host of Star Talk and Cosmos. Since 1996, he has been the Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York City. The image at the top of the page is an artist's illustration of a monster supermassive black hole at the heart of a quasar…
  • Dark Mysteries of Pluto --"The Unexplored Planet"
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:47 am
    New color images from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft show two very different faces of the mysterious dwarf planet, one with a series of intriguing spots along the equator that are evenly spaced. Each of the spots is about 300 miles in diameter, with a surface area that's roughly the size of the state of Missouri.  The iamge above is a NASA artist’s conception of clouds in Pluto’s atmosphere. Scientists have yet to see anything quite like the dark spots; their presence has piqued the interest of the New Horizons science team, due to the remarkable consistency in their spacing and size.
  • New Dark-Matter Discovery: "Nine Concentrations Each the Mass of a Galaxy Cluster"
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:05 am
    Researchers from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), the University of Tokyo and other institutions have begun a wide-area survey of the distribution of dark matter in the universe using Hyper Suprime-Cam, a new wide-field camera installed on the Subaru Telescope in Hawai'i. Initial results from observations covering an area of 2.3 square degrees on the sky toward the constellation Cancer revealed nine large concentrations of dark matter, each the mass of a galaxy cluster. Surveying how dark matter is distributed and how the distribution changes over time is essential to…
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    Icarus Interstellar » Icarus Interstellar | A nonprofit foundation dedicated to achieving interstellar flight by 2100.

  • SC15: Call for Papers

    Andreas Tziolas
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:25 pm
    Call for Papers Abstract Submission Deadline: July 31st, 2015 Final Approval: August 1st, 2015 The Starship Congress organizing committee is inviting papers to the Technical Presentation session of the two day conference, on the topics generally related to:   TECHNICAL ADVANCES TOWARD INTERSTELLAR SPACE EXPLORATION Friday September 4th, 2015 New work currently underway with near term applications in technical fields relating to systems and methods relating to deep space exploration. Ideal papers would be actionable by student and stakeholder involvement, employment and participation in…
  • Rachel Armstrong announced as “First Speaker” for Starship Congress 2015

    Andreas Tziolas
    21 Jun 2015 | 3:04 pm
    Architecture / Ecosystem Hacker to set tone for Interstellar Space Science Summit DREXEL UNIVERSITY, PHILADELPHIA—Architectural designer, conceptualist, & futurist thinker Rachel Armstrong has been announced as First Speaker for Icarus Interstellar’s Starship Congress, the upcoming summit of interstellar and deep-space scientists, organizations and advocates being hosted this September 4-5 by Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Armstrong is founder of the Black Sky Thinking Award, a 2010 Senior TED Fellow, and an Project Persephone Lead Designer for deep space science advocacy…
  • Voyager Update: Maps and Maneuvers

    Zach Fejes
    8 Jun 2015 | 2:18 pm
    It has been a very busy few months for the Project Voyager team. But the fruits of labor are finally starting to pay off. As of our weekly work session yesterday, we have officially succeed at creating orbital insertions within an accuracy of 1km. This may sound like a lot of error, but we also know where it is coming from, and intend to bring that error down by 3 orders of magnitude within the coming two weeks. We’ve also managed to prepare a variety of ship models, added in a number of important asteroids and comets, and make some big progress on our simulator. So with that, here are…
  • Revolutionary Consensus, Interpretation Rivalries

    Buck Field
    1 Jun 2015 | 5:11 pm
    There’s a lot of variation depending on how the question is asked, but physicists overwhelmingly agree fundamental changes to our best theories are coming. The descriptions used are often vague and the terms vary, sometimes they call it “a revolution”, sometimes creation of “a deeper theory” into which current theories “will be incorporated”, “a transformation” and so forth. But whatever its called, it’s generally regarded as necessary, or even inevitable, and some leading physicists think it’s just around the corner……
  • Starship Congress 2015: Interstellar Hackathon @ Drexel University, Philadelphia (Sept 4-5, 2015)

    Andreas Tziolas
    8 May 2015 | 4:12 am
    Starship Congress 2 announcedDrexel University, Sept 4-5 | “Interstellar Hackathon”Icarus Interstellar to convene Deep Space Scientists, Advocates on Philadelphia, PA this fall. Registration for Starship Congress:Early Bird Discount Code (30%): Use BuildAStarship2100: Powered by Eventbrite Edit: Registration Link to Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel: Philadelphia, PA—Icarus Interstellar today announced that registration is open for Starship Congress 2015, the awaited follow-up to 2013’s debut Starship Congress.
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  • Sometimes flying is just pure joy. Even when you’re 4

    Michael Doornbos
    24 Jun 2015 | 12:13 pm
    This needs no explanation, just watch. Related StoriesInspiring kids by thinking big in spaceEvadot Podcast #27 – SOLO The SeriesAppreciate the advances in car safety in just over a minute
  • A new category and maybe a little help from you

    Michael Doornbos
    11 Feb 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Starting today, we’re going to start telling stories and helping to solve problems in Aviation. This is both a personal and professional change for me and I could use your help. You like airplanes don’t you? What’s going on, or could be going on in the General Aviation industry that you’d like to see change? Where are the disruption points? Who are the garage builders and hackers who need to have their stories told?       Related StoriesNot your Grandfathers moon landingAriel Waldman Interview on TriangulationA thought about the X PRIZE Foundation as…
  • Evadot Podcast #101 – Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Robots

    Michael Doornbos
    6 Nov 2014 | 8:20 am
    Guest: Liberty Naud When you walk into a room full of kids who are supposed to be learning and find them playing solitare on their computers what do you do? Liberty Naud starts a nationwide education initiative and it works. Also, OMG ROBOTS!!! Host: Michael Doornbos Email or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts.  Subscribe to the Evadot Podcast via iTunes and all other podcast players Download the podcast directly here. Related StoriesEvadot Podcast #76 – It’s Moonbots time!Evadot Podcast #81 – 3 Cheers for Science for…
  • Evadot Podcast #100 – Disney Big Hero 6 XPRIZE Challenge

    Michael Doornbos
    24 Sep 2014 | 6:07 am
    Guest: Leo Camacho We’re back after a 2 year, ummm, break? Today Leo Camacho joins the show to talk about Cosplay, X Prize, Disney, Big Hero 6 and more. Join the Disney Big Hero 6 X Prize Challenge here. Feel free to email me at if you are a parent or kid and have questions about the contest. I’m happy to help. Find out some nice details about the movie on Sarah’s Youtube Channel. Host: Michael Doornbos Email or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts.  Subscribe to the Evadot Podcast via iTunes and all other podcast players…
  • Are there enough ghosts in your closet?

    Michael Doornbos
    27 Jun 2014 | 8:55 am
    I watched the Google I/O keynote this week and was not surprised to see people complain about projects that Google has touted in the past which are now abandoned.  Google Wave, Google Buzz, Reader (I still miss Reader), the Nexus Q, etc. But there are some really cool things that are coming out of the Googleplex right now and SOME of them will stick. This isn’t a commentary on which of the Google announcements I’m excited about. It’s about attitude. When you’re doing something hard, or in the case of something like Space Exploration, close to impossible you have to…
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    Pillow Astronaut

  • Third Annual FIREFLY and COSMOS T-Shirt Giveaway

    3 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Browncoats! Spacetweeps! Science nerds!It is that time of year again. In celebration of Shepherd Book's milestone birthday this week, I'm once again partnering for tweetstorms with GeekChicTees for a Firefly T-shirt giveaway!The contest will run for one week, today through next Friday (July 3rd - 10th). On July 10th, our supremely indifferent cat will pick one two lucky winners, and Ron Glass will officially be a septuagenarian!  Like, wow.As always, very special thanks to Captain Mal's Wisdom, who always helps us get the word out to space cadets of all stripes. (Though we're pretty sure…
  • Weightless Porn

    15 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Anyone buying this? The 200-Mile High Club. Space agencies everywhere want you to believe it doesn't exist. And of course, as soon as I start blathering smugly that I don't court controversy or scandal, the concept of space porn hits the news. So let's talk about it. Seems the Pornhub team of Los Angeles has created an Indiegogo campaign for "Sexploration," whereby they hope to fund the first sex tape in space, and give away swag for those who contribute. You don't want details. I didn't even want details. Careful how you go about Googling it if you're curious.Because space scientists…
  • Laws of the Space Jungle

    11 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    My last post wished the Hubble a happy 25th birthday and one of my pals joked over Facebook that hey, Hubble can finally get a rental car!  I had a funny flashback to Hubble turning 21, and quipping that it could finally have a beer.  Why do we project human milestones onto hardware missions? Beats me. Perhaps it's just our simplest measure of the passage of time, serving as easy comparison.My buddy Mike C. in Austin quipped back on the same string, "Well if astronauts went up to repair it again and share a beer, since it is technically in space, would the age laws from the US apply…
  • Happy 25th Anniversary Hubble!

    23 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    Wow, it seems like just yesterday, we were celebrating Hubble's 21st birthday, back when the intrepid eye-in-the-sky was old enough for a beer!On April 24, 1990, STS-31 Space Shuttle Discovery lifted off on its mission to deploy the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) into orbit. This amazing astronomical observatory, a joint NASA-ESA project, has now been orbiting above Earth's atmosphere and observing celestial bodies for more than two solid decades!Full-size Hubble Space Telescope mockup in the Smithsonian(The "Structural Dynamic Test Vehicle")Named after astronomer Edwin P. Hubble (1889-1953),…
  • Artoo in Love

    15 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    So today I get to hit you with the best three minutes and thirty seconds you have ever seen on YouTube. And if you're a fan of Star Wars, you will of course consider this an R2-D2 "spinoff" film -- hopefully the first of many??The aerial shots and special effects alone are worth the cinematic interest, the sound effects are a crack-up, and to anyone who has grown up watching Star Wars (and that's all of us), it's stunning the degree to which this little droid can still draw adoration from our hearts. "I don't know. Fly casual."Who hasn't fallen head-over-wheels in love this way, fallen into…
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    21st Century Waves

  • Bruce Returns to The Space Show Friday June 19

    Dr. Bruce Cordell
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:47 am
    It’s a pleasure to announce that I’m returning to The Space Show, hosted by Dr. David Livingston on Friday, June 19, 2015 at 9:30 am PDT. On Friday we’ll explore the increasingly compelling evidence that we’re rapidly approaching a new, international renaissance in space. Long-term trends, as well as current directions in international space activities, macroeconomics, and geopolitics, point toward a new, international, Apollo-level space age that’s right around the corner. We’re currently experiencing the often disorienting economic and global challenges…
  • Bruce returns to The Space Show, Sunday 12/7

    Dr. Bruce Cordell
    6 Dec 2014 | 3:55 pm
    Happy to announce that I’m returning to The Space Show, hosted by Dr. David Livingston on Sunday, December 7, 2014 from Noon to 1:30 pm PST. We’ll be exploring the status and future of Human Spaceflight in the world, the U.S., and at the University of Southern California, where I teach a graduate astronautical engineering course of the same name. Ironically, our slow but accelerating recovery and global challenges indicate that our multi-century “ducks” — technology, economic, geopolitical — are nearly in a row, signaling the rapid approach of a new…
  • Time’s “Cold War II” Cover Suggests a New 1960s-style “Critical State”

    Dr. Bruce Cordell
    3 Aug 2014 | 11:52 pm
    The Cold War of the 1960s between Russia (i.e. the Soviet Union) and the U.S. was a time of major geopolitical stress (e.g. the Cuban Missile Crisis, which almost led to a nuclear war) and rapid economic expansion in the West (e.g., the JFK Boom, which resulted in the greatest prosperity up to that time) — that triggered the Moon Race and the first Space Age. According to Time magazine’s August 4, 2014 cover, “Cold War II — The West is Losing Putin’s Dangerous Game.” Click Although this is hardly a new idea — e.g., 6 years ago there were serious…
  • New USC astronautics course “Human Spaceflight” for Fall 2014

    Dr. Bruce Cordell
    4 Jun 2014 | 11:52 am
    Happy to announce that I’m teaching a new graduate course for the Department of Astronautical Engineering at USC this Fall on “Human Spaceflight.” University of Southern California New for FALL 2014 – ASTE 599, Human Spaceflight Instructor: Dr. Bruce Cordell Human spaceflight has become a dynamic international and commercial activity that promises to exceed even the 50-year old transformational space vision of President John F. Kennedy, which led to the first humans on the Moon in 1969. Engineers, scientists, and managers need to stay abreast of this arena as global needs…
  • Bruce’s ISDC 2014 Presentation — The New Apollo-level Space Age

    Dr. Bruce Cordell
    26 May 2014 | 3:13 pm
    It was a pleasure to be an invited speaker at the recent meeting of the International Space Development Conference (ISDC 2014) of the National Space Society on May 15 in Los Angeles. The Conference theme was A Space Renaissance, and my presentation — “The New Apollo-level Space Age” — was definitely in that spirit! CLICK For the ppt version CLICK: ISDC.2014.Cordell. The key points include: 1. A variety of long-term and current global indicators point to a new, international, Apollo-level Space Age (i.e., a Maslow Window) that is just around the corner. 2. Great…
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  • ‘We’re Working It, Folks': New Horizons Experiences Communications Loss, Ten Days Out from Pluto

    Ben Evans
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:55 pm
    After a 9.5-year voyage across the Solar System, New Horizons is just days away from humanity’s first close-up reconnaissance of the last of the traditionally accepted nine planets. Image Credit: NASA Less than ten days and a mere 7.2 million miles (11.6 million km) from its quarry—the dwarf world Pluto, its binary companion Charon [...]
  • Independence Weekend: Launches, Landings and Working in Space on the Fourth of July (Part 1)

    Ben Evans
    4 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
      Thirty-three years ago, today, on 4 July 1982, the crew of STS-4 became the first U.S. astronauts to spend Independence Day in space. It also marked the date of their spectacular return to Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Photo Credit: NASA On the morning of 4 July 1982, a rapidly moving black and white [...]
  • Flight Plan for New Horizons’ Historic Pluto Flyby Uploaded to Spacecraft as Surface Details Begin to Emerge

    Mike Killian
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:07 pm
    New Horizons scientists combined the latest black-and-white map of Pluto’s surface features (left) with a map of the planet’s colors (right) to produce a detailed color portrait of the planet’s northern hemisphere (center). Credits: NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI New Horizons is now just 11 days from its historic flyby exploration of the Pluto system, some three billion miles [...]
  • Preparations Underway at Wallops for Orbital ATK Antares Return to Flight

    Elliot Severn
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:46 pm
    An aerial view of Launch Pad 0A at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport shows construction progress as of June 29, 2015.Photo Credit: Elliot Severn / AmericaSpace Seven months after an Antares rocket carrying the doomed Orb-3 mission plummeted onto its launch pad, reconstruction efforts are in full swing in preparation for the rocket’s return to [...]
  • Just Days Before Historic New Horizons Flyby, SOFIA Makes Observations of Pluto

    Emily Carney
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    From NASA: “Image is an artist’s conception of the Pluto occultation seen close-up, not a photo.” NASA’s SOFIA jetliner recently observed Pluto during an occultation event, prior to New Horizons’ historic flyby. Image Credit: NASA In a year brimming with ongoing discoveries about distant, unknown worlds, including the Solar System’s planets and a comet, [...]
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    Space Facts

  • Charon Facts

    22 Jun 2015 | 5:40 am
    Charon is the largest and innermost moon of Pluto. It was discovered in 1978 by astronomer James Christy and is nearly 1/8 the mass of Pluto. It orbits a common centre of gravity with Pluto, and the two worlds are tidally locked together as they orbit. Charon Moon Profile Radius: 603.5 km Diameter: 1,207 km […] The post Charon Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
  • New Horizons Mission & Spacecraft Facts

    18 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is on a mission to collect data and images of the dwarf planet Pluto, its surrounding moons and other objects in the Kuiper Belt. An earlier mission, named the Pluto Kuiper Express, was cancelled by NASA in 2000 due to funding issues, yet six years later the New Horizons mission was launched. Mission […] The post New Horizons Mission & Spacecraft Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
  • Exoplanet Facts

    6 Jun 2015 | 4:32 am
    Exoplanets, also called “extrasolar planets” are worlds orbiting other stars. Thousands of possible exoplanets have been found through ground-based and space-based observatories. Nearly 2,000 have been confirmed; the rest are awaiting further observations so that astronomers can be sure that they are planets. Astronomers estimate that there could be trillions of planets around other stars. Facts […] The post Exoplanet Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
  • Milky Way Galaxy Facts

    4 May 2015 | 4:54 am
    The Milky Way Galaxy is our home galaxy in the universe. It is a fairly typical barred spiral with four major arms in its disk, at least one spur, and a newly discovered outer arm. The galactic centre, which is located about 26,000 light-years from Earth, contains at least one supermassive black hole (called Sagittarius […] The post Milky Way Galaxy Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
  • Andromeda Galaxy Facts

    3 May 2015 | 11:27 am
    The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) is the closest large galaxy to the Milky Way and is one of a few galaxies that can be seen unaided from the Earth. In approximately 4.5 billion years the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way are expected to collide and the result will be a giant elliptical galaxy. Andromeda is accompanied […] The post Andromeda Galaxy Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
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    Space Safety Magazine

  • Crew Looks Ahead to Russian Resupply Mission

    Staff Writers
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:40 am
    The Expedition 44 trio will not see the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft arrive Tuesday after the Falcon 9 rocket was lost about 139 seconds after launch Sunday morning. The crew now turns its attention to another resupply mission, ongoing science activities and routine orbital maintenance. The International Space Station is well stocked with plenty of... Read more → The post Crew Looks Ahead to Russian Resupply Mission from Staff Writers appeared first on Space Safety Magazine.
  • Press Clips Week 27-2015

    Staff Writers
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:46 pm
    NASA Officials: Debris from SpaceX Rocket Explosion could be ‘Toxic, Explosive’ A lot of money and countless hours of research were lost Sunday 28 June when SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule exploded shortly after lifting off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, but officials are now concerned about debris washing up along Central... Read more → The post Press Clips Week 27-2015 from Staff Writers appeared first on Space Safety Magazine.
  • SpaceX’s CRS-7 Mission Ends In Catastrophic Failure, Loss Of Vehicle

    Staff Writers
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:19 am
    Today, 28 June  2015, a SpaceX Falcon 9 lifted the cargo-laden Dragon off the pad at Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station to begin CRS-7 to the international space station. The SpaceX rocket seems to have broken apart entirely in what looks like a major mission failure. During the video feed,... Read more → The post SpaceX’s CRS-7 Mission Ends In Catastrophic Failure, Loss Of Vehicle from Staff Writers appeared first on Space Safety Magazine.
  • June 30 Leap Second Worries

    Staff Writers
    26 Jun 2015 | 4:13 pm
    If the day seems a little longer than usual on Tuesday, June 30, 2015, that’s because it will be. An extra second, or “leap” second, will be added at midnight to account for the fact that the solar day is gradually getting longer because Earth’s rotation is slowing down ever so slightly. Scientists know exactly... Read more → The post June 30 Leap Second Worries from Staff Writers appeared first on Space Safety Magazine.
  • NASA Prepares for Future Space Exploration with International Undersea Crew

    Staff Writers
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:23 am
    NEEMO (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations) trains astronauts for life in space. Living and working in an underwater base is similar to being on a space station. NASA will send an international crew to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean this summer to prepare for future deep space missions during the 14-day NASA Extreme Environment... Read more → The post NASA Prepares for Future Space Exploration with International Undersea Crew from Staff Writers appeared first on Space Safety Magazine.
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    Latest UFO sightings

  • Diamond – shaped UFO sighting over Newark, Ohio on 22th June 2015

    2 Jul 2015 | 3:13 pm
    New interesting video footage of a Diamond – shaped UFO sighting recorded over Newark, Ohio on 22th June 2015.
  • White spots on Ceres on 29th June 2015

    2 Jul 2015 | 3:10 pm
    New interesting photo footage of a while spot found on Ceres on 29th June 2015. Source:
  • CIA insider exposes about The Alien presence on Earth

    2 Jul 2015 | 2:47 pm
    In this historic and powerful Dark Journalist episode Host Daniel Liszt welcomes Watergate Lawyer and Author Douglas Caddy. Caddy is well-known for being the Attorney of the Watergate burglars who mysteriously broke into the Democratic National Committee (DNC) looking for secrets that have never been revealed, and he also represented Texas businessman Billy Sol Estes […]
  • UFO sighting over Antarctica on 28th June 2015

    1 Jul 2015 | 3:12 pm
    New interesting video footage of a bright UFO light recorded while flying over Antarctica on 28th June 2015.
  • Triangle – shaped UFO sighting over Longview, Texas on 25th June 2015

    1 Jul 2015 | 3:08 pm
    New interesting video footage of a Triangle – shaped UFO sighting recorded over Longview, Texas on 25th June 2015. Poster said: On 6/26/15 at 10:50 PM, me and my cousin come across what we call “The Texas (Belgium) Triangle” with our best attempt, we chase and film this craft as it quietly glides above Texas neighborhoods, […]
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    The Universe Inside My Head

  • When Machines Rise

    29 Jun 2015 | 3:11 pm
    How screwed are we? Thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis ^screwed.Continue reading →
  • A World Of Total Security

    26 Jun 2015 | 2:20 pm
  • The Cave

    24 Jun 2015 | 4:59 pm
    Long ago in a cave somewhere, Lay a tired man with an empty stare. Shackles of steel held him down, …Continue reading →
  • What is the Meaning of Life?

    2 Jul 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Since the dawn of humanity, we have always had one question in the back of our minds. Why are we …Continue reading →
  • The Sound of Silence

    27 Jun 2014 | 1:16 pm
    We’re all so busy these days. Too often, we find ourselves hung up in the endless routine of life. You …Continue reading →
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