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NASA Television To Air Launch International Space Station Crew Today - 1:45 p.m. EDT, Sept. 1

The next three crew members bound for the International Space Station are set to launch to the orbital outpost Wednesday, Sept. 2.

NASA Television launch coverage will begin at 11:45 p.m. 382 more words

Breaking News

Comet chaser Rosetta reaches its target

Europe’s Rosetta has become the first spacecraft to rendezvous with a comet, completing a 10-year 6bn km voyage to meet a strange double-lobed lump called 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. 390 more words

Technology

While You Were on Vacation, a Chunk of Ice the Size of an Asteroid Fell Into the Ocean

Imagine Manhattan buried under a thousand feet of ice. That’s how much of Greenland’s Jakobshavn Glacier fell into the Arctic Ocean last week, becoming a 7.8-square-mile iceberg. 396 more words

Environment News

What life is like in the most remote corner of the world

In the name of science, there are currently three women and 10 men living on the edge of the world. Outside Concordia Station in Antarctica, the average temperature is about -70°C (-94°F). 621 more words

This video takes you on a virtual flight over Mars

In all probability you will never go to Mars.

But for now, this is the next best thing.

A video released by the European Space Agency allows you to take a virtual trip over the craters and rock formations of the planet’s Atlantis basin, itself an eroded impact crater in the southern hemisphere. 127 more words

World

NASA and the European Space Agency Finally Prep Public for Alien Disclosure

If you have been following Corey Goode (aka. GoodETxSG) then this probably won’t come as a surprise. There is a growing body of evidence that points towards the Pope’s upcoming visit to the Whitehouse and United Nations on September 22nd and 24th as the target date for some kind of “Alien Disclosure.” 733 more words

Disclosure

Lost and Found on Mars

European Space Agency (ESA) had launched a spacecraft named as “Mars Express.” on June 2, 2003, from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, using a Soyuz-FG/Fregat rocket. The spacecraft was named as “express” considering the speed and efficiency with which the spacecraft was designed and built and also because it was expected to have the shortest interplanetary voyage, since Earth and Mars were closest to each other that year; an event that happens only once in about 60,000 years. 474 more words

Curiosity