China has another achievement to talk about and this would be available for the world to witness within a decade.
Aliens have hijacked the moon! It might sound like a made-for-science fiction film title, but a new speculation has surfaced that suggests presence of a mysterious object which looks somewhat like an alien 'spaceship' on the lunar surface.
Scientists across the world are monitoring the comet that has been on a journey of millions of years right from the solar system’s edge and is close to reach to the Sun. This comet is a relic that is said to have formed when the solar system evolved and astronomers expect a stunning light show when it reaches the surface of the sun. The scientists are positive that the studies on ISON, the comet would offer them several clues about the formation of the solar system and the birth of its planets in the ancient times.
China is all set to launch its very own mission to moon but would not proceed until it hears from NASA that is conducting a lunar mission at present.
Though people are interested in video games that feature asteroids for a few decades now, NASA has entered in to a great partnership to create a niche among the asteroid contests for this 21st century.
This Tuesday, the night skies of Maryland lit up brightly as the Minotaur I rocket streaked past leaving a trail of light across the East region of US for many hundreds of miles. NASA, from the peninsula of Delmarva as a mission launched this rocket. NASA, from its Wallops Flight Facility located at Virginia on Tuesday launched the Air Force Minotaur I rocket at 8.15 pm. The Minotaur I rocket would perform several tests as a part of the Air Force’s ORS or Operational Responsive Space.
NASA reports state that in ancient times, Mars had an atmosphere that was thick enough to support the liquid bodies in the planet like oceans, as it was warm enough, which means it is an essential ingredient to support life.
Has a fossilized iguana been spotted on Mars by the Curiosity rover or is it a lump of oddly formed rock?
NASA has unveiled the latest upgrade of its biggest Robonaut assistant to give you an idea about how he would look when he gets leggy in 2014!
The data gathered by NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) spacecraft is unveiling surprising facts about the moon’s surface.