The Brand, The Nutshell
September 13, 2015
Mason Dixon Meteorite (the movie trailer)
June 1, 2011
One Giant Leap
Despite Washington's fits and starts, NASA has to plan years into the future - that's the nature of scientific research.
February 2, 2011
Earth-sized planets spied in ‘habitable zone’
At least five Earth-sized planets appear to be orbiting their stars at just the right distance to host water.
July 22, 2009
Total Solar Eclipse a Record Blackout
A total solar eclipse that darkened much of Asia on July 22 was the 21st century's longest and gave scientists and sky-watchers an observational bonanza
July 10, 2009
New Class of Black Hole Space Objects?
Merging galaxies that forcefully eject supermassive black holes have theoretically created a class of "rogue" objects—and now scientists think they know how to find them.
May 20, 2009
Hairy Hubble Mission: Humans vs. Robots
After five successful spacewalks that have left the Hubble Space Telescope more capable than ever, astronauts on the space shuttle
hold a space-based press conference.
May 7, 2009
Earth’s Magnetic Field Hisses Due to Distant “Chorus”
Finding the source of a faint "shh" sound could help scientists better predict space weather, which can bombard satellites, spacecraft, and spacewalking astronauts with dangerous radiation.
April 30, 2009
Magnetic Twisters “Dance” Across Mercury, Study Says
The same process that drives auroras on Earth is ten times more intense on tiny Mercury, where it creates invisible whirlwinds of particles, data from a NASA craft have revealed.
April 22, 2009
Giant Space Blob Is Biggest Known Baby Galaxy?
A giant space blob discovered in the far reaches of the universe has scientists puzzling over what exactly
September 10, 2008
Shuttle Crew’s Repairs Aim to Leave “Best Hubble Ever”
The fifth and final trip by shuttle astronauts to the Hubble Space Telescope will leave the historic
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