While the discovery of the normally microbe-produced phosphine on our toxic neighbour is astonishing, other candidates for life are more promising
A beautiful new image of Jupiter from the Hubble Space Telescope - captured in August 2020 - shows the planet's icy moon Europa as well as several famous storms in Jupiter's atmosphere.
Its too early to tell for sure, but innovative ways to explore the planet and its atmosphere could provide a much more complete picture.
NASAs Hubble telescope is known to capture some of the spectacular occurrences in the space and this time as well, it has captured dazzling images of gigantic Jupiter.
Scientists used data gathered by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during 13 years of exploring the Saturn system to make detailed images of the icy moonand to reveal geologic activity.
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured an absolutely stunning image of Jupiter. The image shows a multitude of storms and even the icy moon Europa hanging out in the background. Jupiter's storms are going through significant changes, and scientists can't explain why.
A spacecraft was en route to Venus when phosphine happened to be spotted.
Spacecraft part of a joint project between European Space Agency (ESA) & Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
A new Hubble pic of Jupiter shows many huge new storms.
Just next door, cosmologically speaking, is a planet almost exactly like Earth. Its about the same size, is made of about the same stuff and formed around the same star. To an alien astronomer light years away, observing the solar system through a telescope, it would be virtually indistinguishable from
This slideshow shows every successful Venus mission in history, according to information from NASA.
The Earth's biosphere contains all the known ingredients necessary for life as we know it. Broadly speaking these are: liquid water, at least one source of energy, and an inventory of biologically useful elements and molecules.
Some of the most interesting places to study in our solar system are found in the most inhospitable environments but landing on any planetary body is already a risky proposition. With NASA planning robotic and crewed missions to new locations on the Moon and Mars, avoiding landing on the steep slo
NASA ponders two Venusian probes; Russian official calls Venus a Russian planet.
After an intriguing detection of phosphine in the clouds of Venus, it may take one or more spacecraft visiting our neighboring planet for scientists to truly understand what's happening.
Helped create the UCLA Meteorite Gallery, the largest collection of space debris in the West
Researchers have developed a way for early Mars travelers to build pretty much whatever they need using a fibrous material found on Earth. Chitin, which is found in the shells of sea creatures and insects, can be used to create rigid objects like tools.
Researchers announced Monday that they have identified possible signs of life in the harsh acidic clouds of the planet Venus.
India has also come up with its Shukrayaan-1 mission for Venus to analyse its chemistry by orbiting around the planet.
After the recent discovery of possible life on Venus, NASA is now contemplating approving missions to Venus to find out the truth.
After years of neglect, Earths other neighbor is back in the spotlight following a major discovery. A private rocket company may be the first to visit.
[On Monday, scientific research was published showing phosphine, a possible signature of life, present in the atmosphere of Venus. The following is NASA's announcement related to this discovery. -ed.] A paper about chemistry on Venus was recently published in Nature Astronomy. NASA was not involv
A review of Challenger: The Final Flight, the Netflix docuseries about the 1986 explosion of the space shuttle and NASA mission, which examines both how it could have been prevented and its parallels to our present moment.
Netflix's new docuseries 'Challenger: The Final Flight' examines the 1986 Challenger disaster. Here's what we know about what caused the accident.
Who is Christa McAuliffe? She was one of the astronauts who died on the Challenger and would have been the first teacher in space.
‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ is a four-part documentary series that delves deep into the human aspect of the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster, which blew apart just 73 seconds after liftoff on January 28, 1986. By showcasing the pressure that was put on them by themselves and by the government, this Netflix original, helmed by Steven […]
With Netflix releasing ‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ to shine a light on the space shuttle disaster that shook the country, the world is now recalling the events of January 28, 1986. That was the day when the Challenger Space Shuttle, which carried a civilian for the very first time – a school teacher by the […]
With ‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ releasing on Netflix, a lot of new information about what happened prior to the launch of the Challenger Space Shuttle, which exploded 73 seconds into its flight on January 28, 1986, has come to light. This four-part documentary series chronicles the story of the shuttle and how a fatally flawed […]
Netflix’s newest documentary series, ‘Challenger: The Final Flight,’ produced by J.J. Abrams and Glen Zipper, takes a look at the United States space program in the 70s and 80s, with a special focus on the 1986 Challenger Space Shuttle tragedy. This particular shuttle, launched on January 28, 1986, blew up just 73 seconds after liftoff […]
‘Challenger: the Final Flight’ is an extremely intriguing Netflix original documentary series that shines a light on the 1986 Challenger Space Shuttle disaster, which blew apart 73 seconds after liftoff. It gained a lot of public attention as it ended up taking the life of all the crew members aboard it, which included a civilian, […]
‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ is a four-part documentary series that analyzes the Challenger space shuttle disaster, which tragically exploded 73 seconds after its launch on January 28, 1986. Incorporating training footage, rare archival material, and one-on-one interviews – with both experts and the crew’s surviving family members – it gives us an unfiltered and emotional […]
‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ is a Netflix original four-part documentary series that recounts the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster that shook America to its core. The shuttle, launched on January 28, 1986, blew apart just 73 seconds after liftoff and ended up taking the life off all the 7 crew members aboard it. The cause for […]
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The Space Court Foundation hopes to play a pivotal role in the evolving domain of space law, which is going to become very important in the coming years!
What do you do when you run out of assets to strip on Earth? Simple: You go into space and start mining there as well.
NASA leaders have offered a possibility that the first Artemis moon landing may not visit the south pole after all.
This week, a team of researchers announced they have discovered traces of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venusa gas produced almost exclusively on Earth by anaerobic microorganisms, but the presence of which on Venus scientists currently dont understand. <meta property=
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After the detection of phosphine in Venus atmosphere, many in the astronomy community are speculating about whether its time to return to the planet to look for signs of life. The future of Venus exploration could definitely change, too, with more precautions needed when sending spacecraft there.
Studying the campaign to figure out how NASA and the Space Force might change under a Democratic White House
U.S. military officials have increasingly flagged a new role in guarding American assets and interests in Earth-moon space.
Venus was recently revealed to hold a biosignature in its atmosphere that may indicate the presence of life in some form. Russia, which previously landed probes on Venus, has declared Venus to be "a Russian Planet.
Dynetics has built a full-scale mock-up of the lander it hopes will soon be carrying NASA astronauts to the moon.