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The Scale of Things
If the news overwhelms you, re-evaluate what’s important.
The Bullet Cluster Proves Dark Matter Exists, But Not For The Reason Most Physicists Think
If the gravity isn’t where the matter is, things get into trouble very, very quickly.
Earth, Our Only Home
Stephen Hawking has said that mankind must move to another planet within a century or so in order to survive. Elon Musk thinks Mars is the…
Jonathan Salem Baskin
Pluto’s Mysteriously Cool Atmosphere Might Hold The Key To Fighting Global Warming
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The innovation lesson that NASA learned from losing $120 million
Mars is a master of deception.
Alone, Together, In Space — That’s Us
The Human Psyche and Interstellar Travel
Extraterrestrial and Extradimensional Beings — How They Travel Space and Time
To Understand ET, You Need to Understand Dimensionality
Dr. Lisa Galarneau
How Will Aliens Look?
Science can help us predict how complex alien life will be different from us.
Researchers observe gravitational waves from neutron star crash over 100 million years ago
Some 130 million years ago, in a nearby galaxy, two neutron stars collided. The cataclysmic crash produced gravitational waves, ripples in…
Packing bags for Mars…
… or maybe not so soon
Why Exploring Space And Investing In Research Is Non-Negotiable
If a former Nazi realized its importance nearly 50 years ago, perhaps we all can, too.
The materials we would need to transform the planet may already be there.
Cutting NASA’s Funding
In the 1960's, at the height of the space race, sending men to the moon was a top priority for the United States, but carried one hell of a…
The day of my rejection from the astronaut candidate class of 2017
The First Call at the Red Door Cafe
Christine Corbett Moran
Gravity Be Not Proud
The discovery that black holes emit particles and might eventually evaporate threw theoretical physics into chaos. Here’s why.
Matthew R Francis
NASA is exploring how VR and AR can change the construction of spacecrafts
Just as it’s changing the gaming industry, it will change the way we do our jobs.
Elon Musk is trying to go to Mars. Of all the planet of the Solar System, why did he selected Mars? In this article I am going to discuss…
A mission to touch the Sun, with the fastest spacecraft in history
New York to Tokyo in less than a minute, that’s how fast NASA’s next mission to the Sun can go.
Protecting Planets In The Era Of Private Space Exploration
Space bacteria — they’re tiny, invisible, and potentially harmful; even if no one is sure that they actually exist. But for most of the…
Missing Matter Found, But Doesn’t Dent Dark Matter
Finding a warm-hot intergalactic plasma is amazing! But we still need dark matter just as much as ever.
Gravitational Waves from Neutron-Star Crash Could Change Astronomy Forever
By: Trenton Paul
Neutron star collision offers first image of gravitational waves
This is why the first image of gravitational waves is so significant.
Gravitational storm unveils cosmic mysteries
Researchers have announced that for the first time that they saw gravitational waves. They were generated by the collision of a pair of…
Neutron star collision gives rise to ‘multi-messenger’ astronomy
(Dark Energy Hypotheses)