Scientific American Private SpaceX Capsule Brings Big Science to Space Station Space.com The International Space Station is now home to more than 1,200 pounds (544 kilograms) of supplies delivered by an unmanned, privately built space capsule that...
Approaching Solar Maximum stimulates spectacular skies as photographer Chad Blakley (lightsoverlapland.com) captures this aurora activity over Abisko National Park on Feb. 8, 2013. The strong greenish tint indicates oxygen in the lower atmosphere.
Space Fellowship On Jupiter's Moon Europa, Underground Ocean Bubbles Up to Surface Space.com The huge ocean sloshing beneath the icy shell of Jupiter's moon Europa likely makes its way to the surface in some places, suggesting astronomers may not...
Orlando Sentinel (blog) 'Space Shuttle Atlantis' Exhibit Gets Logo, Opening Date Space.com NASA's final space shuttle to fly in space will be exhibited to the public in a facility that bears simply the retired orbiter's name, officials announced on...
As unbelievable as it may seem, space photos just got a bit more amazing. Normally, the celestial sights we gaze at are flat -- two dimensional. Now, Finnish astrophotographer J-P Metsavainio has rendered some spacescapes in three dimensions.
Dennis Tito, the millionaire investment whiz who became the first paying passenger to visit the International Space Station in 2001, is said to be planning a privately backed, 501-day mission to Mars in 2018. But the full details — including whether humans will go along for the ride — may have to wait until a Washington news conference next week.
Word of the venture came out in a media advisory passed along by the SpaceRef website on Wednesday. The advisory, attributed to Houston-based Griffin Communications Group, describes a "Mission for America" that would capitalize on a favorable orbital opportunity to launch a round-trip mission to Mars in January 2018.
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