NASA

Zap! Scientists Fire Laser For Nasa's Mars 2020 Rover For 1st Time

NASA's Mars 2020 rover reached another milestone with the first successful test of its SuperCam instrument.
Related topics: Laser, Mars Rover Curiosity, Space, Mars

Read More →

New Rocky Exoplanet With Three Red Suns Discovered

NASA has announced that a new exoplanet has been discovered and the new exoplanet is called LTT 1445 A b. It was discovered using data from the TESS space telescope. A team from the Harvard Center for Astrophysics discovered the system when looking...
Related topics: Exoplanets, Scientific Discoveries, Space, Telescopes, Harvard University, Astrophysics

Read More →

Russian Robot To Visit Space Station

The Russians were the first to send a dog into space, the first to send a man, and the first to send a woman. However, NASA sent the first humanoid robot to the International Space Station. The Russians, though, want to send FEDOR and proclaim that...
Related topics: Robots, International Space Station, Space

Read More →

‘game-changer’ For Cosmic Research: Nasa Chief Touts Nuclear Powered Spacecraft

Earlier this month, NASA's Future In-Space Operations working group said that its portable nuclear powered reactor will be ready to fly to Mars by 2022.
Related topics: Space, Spacecrafts, Mars

Read More →

Nalu Scientific Receives Nasa Grant For Innovative Tech

Honolulu-based tech company Nalu Scientific was awarded a national grant by NASA this week to apply its innovative technology to reduce the cost, size, and power requirements of future orbital and planetary missions. Nalu Scientific received the...
Related topics: Space

Read More →

Nasa Provides Rare Glimpse Of Rocky Exoplanet’s Strange Surface

This artist's illustration shows LHS 3844b, an exoplanet with a surface that may be mostly covered in dark lava rock, according to observations by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. (Photo Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / R. Hurt -...
Related topics: Space, Exoplanets, Lava, Telescopes, Science Photos

Read More →

Europe’s New Mars Rover Has Alien-hunting Eyes

NASA's Mars 2020 mission is inching toward its eventual launch in July of next year, but it's not the only rover that has an upcoming date with the Red Planet. The ExoMars program, which is a joint venture between the European Space Agency and...
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, Space, European Space Agency

Read More →

Nasa's Europa Clipper Mission To Jupiter's Icy Moon Clears Big Hurdle On Path To Launch

A highly anticipated NASA mission to Jupiter's possibly life-supporting moon Europa remains on track for a mid-2020s launch.
Related topics: Space, Jupiter, Moon

Read More →

Comedian Tig Notaro Talks Nasa's James Webb Space Telescope On Twitter

Comedian Tig Notaro took to Twitter to support NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
Related topics: Space, Telescopes, Twitter, Social Media

Read More →

Nasa Rehearses Astronaut Launch — And Rescue — With Spacex, Boeing (photos)

Both SpaceX and Boeing are busily preparing for the first crewed launches of their commercial spacecraft, and in case something goes wrong, they're simulating different types of emergencies.
Related topics: Space, Astronaut, SpaceX, Boeing, Science Photos, Spacecrafts

Read More →

Robots Explore 'mars-like' Lava Field In Iceland As Prep For Nasa's Mars 2020 Rover

Researchers traveled to Iceland this summer to test a prototype rover and drone. These tests will help to inform the Mars 2020 operations team.
Related topics: Robots, Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, Space, Lava, Drones

Read More →

Digital Trends Live: Walmart Sues Tesla, Waymo Data Release, Nasa Goes To Europa

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, we discuss the biggest trending tech stories of the day, including Walmart suing Tesla over solar panel fires.
Related topics: Tesla, Space

Read More →

Watch Nasa Astronauts Spacewalk Outside The International Space Station Live

The International Space Station is one seriously high-tech laboratory, but it can only remain useful as long as all of its systems are operating as intended. That means regular maintenance, and right now a pair of NASA astronauts are floating around...
Related topics: Space, Astronaut, International Space Station

Read More →

Your Heatwave Could Be Worse Because Of A Drought Somewhere Else

Enlarge / Temperatures during the third week of July, 2019. (credit: NASA Earth Observatory) Long-lived heatwaves in the mid-latitudes are typically the result of an atmospheric pattern known as a “blocking high.” In a blocking high, the jet...
Related topics: Space

Read More →

One Could Fly To Mars In This Spacious Habitat And Not Go Crazy

Under a NASA contract, Sierra Nevada has built a prototype habitat module for the Lunar Gateway. [credit: Sierra Nevada Corp. ] On...
Related topics: Mars, Space

Read More →

Second Docking Adapter For Commercial Crew Vehicles Installed On International Space Station

The International Space Station is now more than ready for crew-carrying spacecraft flown by commercial companies to pay it a visit: The second planned International Dock Adapter (IDA) was installed on the Space Station during a spacewalk by NASA...
Related topics: International Space Station, Space, Spacecrafts, Astronaut

Read More →

Where Are New Stars Born? Nasa's Webb Telescope Will Investigate

Though our Milky Way galaxy continues to churn out the equivalent of one Sun every year, in the past, that rate was up to one hundred times greater. To understand how stars like our Sun formed, we need to look back billions of years into the past....
Related topics: Space, Telescopes, Milky Way, Sun

Read More →

Nasa Greenlights Europa Clipper Design, Construction

A 2016 artist's concept of the Europa Clipper spacecraft (via NASA/JPL-Caltech) NASA is moving forward with the final design, construction, and testing of its Europa Clipper spacecraft and science payload. This marks a giant leap...
Related topics: Space, Spacecrafts

Read More →

Watch Live As Nasa Astronauts Spacewalk To Install A New Automated Docking Ring On The Iss

NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan are setting out today to perform the installation of a new International Docking Adapter (IDA) on the International Space Station that will provide another way for futuer crew craft flown by commercial...
Related topics: Space, Astronaut, International Space Station

Read More →

Ai Could Help The Europa Clipper Mission Make All Kinds Of Discoveries!

A team of NASA scientists recently developed a series of machine learning algorithms that could help the Europa Clipper find life beyond Earth! The post AI Could Help the Europa Clipper Mission Make All Kinds of Discoveries! appeared first on...
Related topics: Space, Algorithms

Read More →
What is noozilla?
Noozilla is an independent news aggregation service with a categorization engine that categorizes millions of news stories by subject.