Event Horizon Maelstrom

Syfy's 'Killjoys' Follows Bounty Hunter Trio's Space Adventures | Trailer

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Legacy Rocket Engine Test-Fired For Behemoth NASA SLS | Video

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Philae wake-up triggers intense planning

The receipt of signals from Rosetta’s Philae lander on 13 June after 211 days of hibernation marked the start of intense activity. In coordination with its mission partners, ESA teams are working to juggle Rosetta’s flight plan to help with renewed lander science investigations.  To source

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Iridescent Mercury

Space Science Image of the Week: Although NASA’s Messenger mission has ended, ESA’s BepiColombo will continue the quest to understand mysterious Mercury To source

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Extremely tiny bubbles and irregularities in space-time predicted by certain theories.

Is the Universe Bubbly? Searching in Space for Quantum Foam

An artist’s impression of a quasar, a galaxy the bright center of a galaxy that radiates more light than all the stars in the galaxy combined. Scientists recently used light from quasars to hunt for a theoretical characteristic of the universe called quantum foam.Credit: NASA/ESA/G.Bacon, STScI An incredibly small and fantastically strange theoretical feature of […]

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How to Bolster Space Exploration: Get Religious Groups Onboard

Space advocates may want to consider approaching religious individuals to boost support for space exploration, according to a recent study in the journal Space Policy.Credit: NASA To broaden support for space exploration, advocates should consider approaching religious groups – especially in settings that are familiar to that religion, a new study suggests. The peer-reviewed article […]

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