Cracking The Question Of Alien Life
The Enterprise Mission
By Ron Nicks Geologist, - A GeoTechnical Engineering Company Enterprise Mission Consulting Geologist
NASA Admits Alcubierre Drive Initiative: Faster Than The...
NASA is currently working on the first practical field test toward the possibility of faster than light travel. Traveling faster than light has always been attributed to science fiction, but that all changed when Harold White and his team at NASA sta...
Fascinating Solar Bell in the Sky by Tomás Saraceno
The amazing story behind the first photo taken of the entire...
This grainy black-and-white photo represents a huge leap in humanity's ability to see our world for what it is — a small shiny marble in a vast sea of darkness.
37 Out-of-this-World Photos: Earth from Above
Should we terraform Venus first?
As a future terraforming species, we take it for granted that Mars will be our first megaproject. But while transforming the Red Planet into something more hospitable for life seems the most logical —
How powerful was the Apollo 11 computer?
Know It All: Why Does NASA Launch Their Shuttles from Florida?...
For all the trouble NASA has with weather delays by basing shuttle launches out of Florida, there must be a good reason why they don't move to, say, Southern California...right?
Failed Space Missions to Mars
Comet Makes Suicidal Plunge Into Sun (Video)
A small comet is diving headlong toward the sun, presaging the highly anticipated close solar approach of Comet ISON a few months from now. The apparently nameless comet was captured barreling toward our star today by the SOHO spacecraft.
NASA's Voyager probes at 35: listen to the music of the...
Never mind the Holst, here's the real planet suite...
Earth to Mars in 39 Days
A six-month space journey away, Mars often seems an almost impossible planet to reach. But engineers are developing a new engine that could turn six months to six weeks, bringing the Red Planet much, much closer than ever before. Using the tradition...
National Geographic Photo Contest 2011
National Geographic is currently holding its annual