Aliens Are Observing Us Says Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
Edgar Dean Mitchell is an American pilot and astronaut. He was born in September, 1930, in Hereford, Texas. He was the pilot of the lunar module of Apollo 14, and the sixt
Mars Rules The Night
The Red Planet’s best appearance in 2012 happens in March. The Red Planet comes closer to Earth this March than it has in two years, providing earthbound observers with exquisite views. Mars reaches a point
What Are Red Dwarf Stars Like?
Stars known as red dwarfs might have larger habitable zones friendly to 'life as we know it' than once thought, researchers say.
Red dwarfs, also known as M stars, are dim compared to stars like ou
Unravelling The Mystery Of Pulsars
Pulsars, superdense neutron stars, are perhaps the most extraordinary physics laboratories in the Universe. Research on these extreme and exotic objects already has produced two Nobel Prizes. Pu
Mining The Moon
Canada could play a key role in a new international space race, with the next sprint to the moon gearing up as an extra-terrestrial gold rush.
Industry insiders will be watching closely this week as the heads of th
A Planetary Exo-splosion
Mankind's knowledge of planets, limited for most of human history to our own Earth and its solar system neighbors, has exploded in the last 20 years with the discovery of hundreds of exo-planets in the co
What Makes A Halo Around The Moon?
We’ve gotten lots of messages from people who have seen rings around the moon and wonder what they are. Sometimes you look up on a clear night and see a huge circle of light around the moon. Th
NASA Puzzles Over Weird February Fireballs
A fireball is a somewhat spherical mass of fire, such that is caused by an explosion or a firestorm.
A strange breed of fireball is streaking through the skies this month, and NASA
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New Asteroid Killer.
If one asteroid is detected at a short notice time, it could pose a potential danger on a world-wide scale. Scientists are now working on a new supercomputer that can prevent an asteroid with Earth. The idea
Jules Verne's Space Cannon
Recently we celebrated the birth (in 1828) of legendary science fiction novelist Jules Verne, who penned such classic works as Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and From the Earth to the Moon.
The Secret to Mastering Astrophotography
We constantly see photographs of space in the media snapped by advanced space telescopes, but it is surprisingly easy to capture your own pictures of the universe with fairly standard
Alien Aurora Can Be Stunningly Beautiful
Aurora on Earth are stunning to watch, but have you ever wondered what they might look like on other planets? We took a journey to some alien worlds to find out what auroras look like th
Hubble Reveals New Class of Extrasolar Planet.
Would Kevin Costner’s character in the movie “Waterworld” be at home on this exoplanet? The planet GJ 1214b was discovered in 2009 and was one of the first planets where an atmo
All Aboard The Space Elevator /A Continent Ablaze in Auroral and Manmade Light
Space elevators have been our shared dream for years, but like other promising technologies of the future, they're just concepts on a distant hori