• By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

    THESE SPACEX ROCKET LANDING PHOTOS ARE SIMPLY JAW-DROPPING

    If you needed any more proof that SpaceX is back after last weekend's successful rocket launch, look no more.

    • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

      'MISSION MARS' EXHIBIT BRINGS RED PLANET EXPLORATION TO SPACE CENTER HOUSTON

      NASA's ambition to send astronauts to Mars comes alive in an interactive exhibit opening at Space Center Houston. The new "Mission...

      • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

        'THE SPACE BETWEEN US' IS MARS-EARTH LOVE STORY | FEATURETTE VIDEO

        An online relationship between 16-year-old Gardner and Tulsa buds into a romance across two worlds. Take a behind-the-scenes look at...

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        • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

          NASA TO TALK PLUTO & BEYOND ON FACEBOOK TODAY: WATCH LIVE

          NASA's New Horizons team is hosting a live webcast today at 4 p.m. EST to discuss the historic Pluto flyby and tantalizing adventures...

          • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

            ICYMI: 'THE BACHELOR' WENT ZERO G THIS WEEK

            It's always exciting to see space and pop culture collide, and that's just what happened Monday night when "The Bachelor" took a couple...

            • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

              AIR FORCE TO LAUNCH MISSILE-WARNING SATELLITE TONIGHT: WATCH IT LIVE

              A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket will launch the SBIRS Geo-3 missile-detection satellite for the U.S. military Thursday at 7:46...

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              • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

                COSMIC WHODUNIT: GAS STRIPPING MAY BE KILLING GALAXIES

                What's causing so many galaxies in the universe to die before their time? A new study suggests star-forming gas is stripped out of...

                • By Space   -   Jan 19, 2017

                  MOON MEETS JUPITER AND BRIGHT STAR BEFORE DAWN ON THURSDAY

                  The moon, Jupiter and the bright star Spica are going to perform a celestial display before dawn on Thursday, Jan. 19. Here's how to...

                  • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                    HEAT RECORD: HOW NASA KNOWS 2016 WAS THE HOTTEST YEAR

                    Last year (2016) was the warmest year in the modern record, NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials said...

                    • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                      MUD CRACKS ON MARS SUGGEST A WATERY ANCIENT PAST

                      NASA's Curiosity rover has photographed shallow crevices on Mars' surface that suggest the planet had an ancient, watery past.

                      • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                        'STAR TREK: DISCOVERY' DELAYED, CLASSIC CHARACTER RE-CAST

                        'Star Trek: Discovery' has been delayed again.

                        • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                          CBS GIVES 'GO' FOR 'MISSION CONTROL' TV PILOT FROM AUTHOR OF 'THE MARTIAN'

                          The author of "The Martian" just got the "go" for a pilot of a different type. Andy Weir, who penned the book that served as the basis...

                          • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                            WEIRD MARS ROCK SPIED BY CURIOSITY ROVER IS PROBABLY A METEORITE

                            NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has stumbled onto another rock that likely fell from space.

                            • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                              SPACEX MUST STILL PROVE THAT IT CAN SAFELY LAUNCH ASTRONAUTS INTO SPACE

                              Before Elon Musk's private spaceflight company can use its rockets to transport NASA astronauts into space in 2018, it has a lot of...

                              • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                                NASA CONSIDERING BOEING OFFER FOR ADDITIONAL SOYUZ SEATS

                                NASA is proposing to purchase, through Boeing, additional Soyuz seats for International Space Station missions to both take advantage...

                                • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                                  2016 WARMEST YEAR EVER - LARGELY DUE TO HUMAN EMISSIONS | VIDEO

                                  Using measurements from 6,300 locations, NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies has come to the conclusion that 2016 was the warmest...

                                  • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                                    GEOENGINEERING EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE: HOW IT COULD AFFECT ASTRONOMY

                                    Creating clouds in the sky or redirecting sunlight to bring down the Earth's temperature could have an effect on astronomy.

                                    • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                                      2016 WARMEST YEAR EVER - HOW NASA KNOWS | VIDEO

                                      NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies took measurements from 6300 weather stations across the world, sea surface teships and buoys...

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                                      • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                                        EXTREMELY LARGE TELESCOPE'S MASSIVE AND UNUSUAL MIRRORS - QUICK LOOK | ANIMATION

                                        The European Extremely Large Telescope will have the largest convex mirror ever produced and an unusual concave tertiary mirror. The...

                                        • By Space   -   Jan 18, 2017

                                          GENE CERNAN'S DRIVE TO INSPIRE RECALLED BY NASA CHIEF | VIDEO

                                          "His drive, his motivation, was trying to pass that same desire onto young people today, to help them understand that just as he did...