NASA Spacecraft in Earth’s Orbit, Preparing to Study Magnetic Reconnection
Following a successful launch at 10:44 p.m. EDT Thursday, NASA’s four Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) spacecraft are positioned in Earth’s orbit to begin the first space mission dedicate...
Lockheed Martin Solution For NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services 2 Program
Proposal Resupplies International Space Station and Supports Deep Space Exploration. DENVER – The technologies behind Lockheed Martin’s [NYSE:LMT] proposal for NASA’s Commercial Res...
Successful Test Flights for Mars Landing Technology
It's tricky to get a spacecraft to land exactly where you want. That's why the area where the Mars rover Curiosity team had targeted to land was an ellipse that may seem large, measuring 12 ...
Rockets for Commercial Crew Launches Begin to Come Together
The codes AV-073 and AV-080 may not mean much to many, but they mean a whole lot to former astronaut Chris Ferguson and the team of engineers and technicians who will assemble the first Atla...
Astronaut plus Proba minisats snap solar eclipse
As yesterday’s partial solar eclipse crossed Europe, it was also visible from space. ESA’s Proba-2 captured a near-total eclipse from orbit, at the same time as its sister minisatellite ...
Colliding Stars Explain Enigmatic Seventeenth Century Explosion
APEX observations help unravel mystery of Nova Vulpeculae 1670. New observations made with APEX and other telescopes reveal that the star that European astronomers saw appear in the sky i...
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0March 23, 2015
APEX observations help unravel mystery of Nova Vulpeculae 1670. New observations made with APEX and other telescopes reveal that the star that European astronomers saw appear in the sky in 1670 was not a nova, but a much rarer, violent breed of stellar collision. It was spectacular enough to be e
0March 21, 2015
As yesterday’s partial solar eclipse crossed Europe, it was also visible from space. ESA’s Proba-2 captured a near-total eclipse from orbit, at the same time as its sister minisatellite Proba-V peered down to snap the shadow of the eclipse on Earth. ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti also
0March 21, 2015
The codes AV-073 and AV-080 may not mean much to many, but they mean a whole lot to former astronaut Chris Ferguson and the team of engineers and technicians who will assemble the first Atlas V rocket to launch a crew to the International Space Station. That test and a precursor flight without crew
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