Space

Discover the World’s Oldest Functioning Planetarium

Discover the World’s Oldest Functioning Planetarium

The world’s oldest functioning planetarium dates back to the 18th-century. The planetarium was put together by a wool carder, between 1774 and 1781. It...

Newly Discovered Super-Earth Could be the Best Planet to Support Life

Newly Discovered Super-Earth Could be the Best Planet to Support Life

One of the things that fascinate astronomers and physicists the most is the discovery of planets or other celestial bodies that can be a...

A Large Asteroid Will Fly Past Earth at a Very Close Distance on April 19

A Large Asteroid Will Fly Past Earth at a Very Close Distance on April 19

A fairly large asteroid, known as 2104 JO25, discovered almost three years ago will be gliding past Earth at a very close but safe...

NASA Announces Alien Life Could Exist on Saturn’s Icy Moon Enceladus

NASA Announces Alien Life Could Exist on Saturn’s Icy Moon Enceladus

NASA researchers have just announced that they’ve found possible life-sustaining conditions on two lunar bodies within our solar system. Saturn’s moon Enceladus has hydrogen...

NASA to Make Major Announcement About Alien Life and Ocean Worlds

NASA to Make Major Announcement About Alien Life and Ocean Worlds

NASA will soon announce new findings based on its research into ocean worlds in our solar system. Ocean Worlds The compound that sustains life on Earth...

The Voyager Golden Records: A Message From Humanity to the Unknown

The Voyager Golden Records: A Message From Humanity to the Unknown

Launched in 1977, Voyager 1 and 2 include a set of phonographic records called “The Voyager Golden Records”. Their inclusion was in the hope...

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Will End Saturn Mission With A Grand Finale

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Will End Saturn Mission With A Grand Finale

After thirteen years of surveying Saturn, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft approaches its final ventures around the planet. The Cassini mission is one of the most...

The Tragic Story of Vladimir Komarov and the Disastrous Soyuz 1 Flight

The Tragic Story of Vladimir Komarov and the Disastrous Soyuz 1 Flight

Orbiting above the Earth in April of 1967, Russian Cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov sat in the Russian-made Soyuz 1 space capsule, sure that he would...

Astronauts Manage to Lose a Piece of the International Space Station

Astronauts Manage to Lose a Piece of the International Space Station

Even on the most routine spacewalks, things can still go wrong. Even the most experienced astronauts can make mistakes. This week’s spacewalk saw two...

WATCH LIVE: SpaceX Will Launch Their Used Rocket for the First Time Ever

WATCH LIVE: SpaceX Will Launch Their Used Rocket for the First Time Ever

SpaceX is re-launching the Falcon 9’s first stage rocket booster today, 30th of March 2017 at 6:27 p.m. EDT, or 10:27 p.m. UTC, to...