New data presented from Cassini's Grand Finale
New data presented from Cassini's Grand Finale
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 18, 2017
Spacecraft's final orbits shed light on inner workings and composition of of Saturn's rings and atmosphere.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 06, 2017
Gases released by early volcanic eruptions formed an atmosphere and left volatiles behind in surface deposits.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 05, 2017
High radiation levels detected on Mars for two days following solar storm.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 19, 2017
Delayed launch of successor means likely gap in data crucial to climate change studies.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 18, 2017
Study aimed at understanding psychological, mental, and physical effects of long-term space travel.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 18, 2017
Knowing where the water is could help scientists select ideal landing sites for future missions.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 12, 2017
Cassini is set to plunge into the planet.
Stacey Carter - Sep 06, 2017
Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio said he shared Nelson's concerns, including that Bridenstine's "political baggage" would slow down confirmation hearings.
Josh Curlee - Sep 04, 2017
A series of high-frequency radio signals from a remote galaxy has astronomers puzzled as to what could be creating them, CBC News reported Thursday.
Robert Balkovich - Aug 19, 2017
Some proteins crystallize better in microgravity, where they grow larger and have fewer imperfections. Crystals grown on the space station benefits medical research into radiation damage, bone loss, and muscle atrophy.
Andrew McDonald - Aug 15, 2017
The reason for that difference is because our planet's core is a dense mix of iron and nickel surrounded by flowing rock. That balance keeps charged particles moving in what is known as a dynamo.
Clint Huston - Aug 11, 2017
The celestial bodies are the closest Earth-like worlds ever discovered, and, at 1.7 Earth masses, they are also the smallest on record.
David Sims - Aug 11, 2017
The number of black holes of a certain mass per galaxy depends on the size of the galaxy, says co-author Manoj Kaplinghat, a UCI professor of physics and astronomy.
Clint Huston - Aug 11, 2017
While scientists have long known there are many holes throughout the reaches of the space, they did not expect to find as many as they did.
Kathy Fey - Aug 09, 2017
NASA's Cassini space probe sent back an image from Saturn showing its gauzy F ring with tiny moon Prometheus.
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 08, 2017
Probe continues to seek answers about how an ancient wet world became cold and dry.
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 06, 2017
Shape of distant KBO surprises scientists.
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 05, 2017
Hubble spectroscopy glowing water molecules in upper atmosphere of "hot Jupiter."
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 03, 2017
Position will play important role in upcoming solar system missions.
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 03, 2017
Position will play important role in upcoming solar system missions.
Laurel Kornfeld - Jul 31, 2017
Observations with the Hubble Space Telescope may confirm moon's existence.
Kathy Fey - Jul 28, 2017
The RS-25 rocket engine slated to support NASA's Space Launch System completed its third successful test-fire on July 25.
Laurel Kornfeld - Jul 24, 2017
Surface features suggest water may once have flowed down the crater rim.
Clint Huston - Jul 13, 2017
While humans have been monitoring the great storm since 1830, scientists think it may have been raging for more than 350 years.
Dirk Trudeau - Jun 26, 2017
By reducing launch costs, space becomes much more accessible to enterprises with limited resources.
Jeremy Morrow - Mar 29, 2017
Billions of years ago, Mars looked very different to the present-day dusty rock.
Adam Widmer - Mar 23, 2017
Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has slammed Donald Trump's NASA bill on Twitter after a user suggested that Musk's space exploration project stands to benefit.
Vicky Webb - Mar 14, 2017
A group of researchers wants to send a box into space that will eventually house the coldest spot in the universe.
James Carlin - Mar 14, 2017
Despite uncertainty over policy changes under the Trump administration, NASA is going ahead with plans for a cislunar pathway outpost for future human missions.
Carmelo Sheppard - Mar 14, 2017
NASA employs its special lunar observer locate strays and to monitor on-going missions.
Clint Huston - Mar 06, 2017
Nasa scientists have proposed an audacious plan that could give Mars its atmosphere back and make it habitable for future human colonists.
Jose Jefferies - Jan 27, 2017
The new suits were exhibited yesterday morning when Boeing went live on Facebook to launch the suits.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 14, 2017
This brings the age old question of if NASA can use the drug why is it illegal?
Simon Smith - Dec 30, 2016
The mystery deepens further owing to the proximity of both cameras, yet the images are entirely different.
Billy Kirk - Nov 22, 2016
This theory has been tested time and again and always been proven right.
Harry Marcolis - Nov 22, 2016
The phrase as unpredictable as the weather may need a facelift after NASA launched their latest weather satellite into space.
Gian Mccann - Nov 21, 2016
NASA has debunked the myth that there is photographic evidence of a UFO passing in front of the Sun.
Alex Bourque - Nov 21, 2016
The latest NASA caused fire in space was ablaze on Monday.
James Smith - Nov 21, 2016
Scientists have discovered that the earth may be more "attracted" to some points of the moon.
David Sims - Nov 21, 2016
NASA has been accused of faking landing rovers on Mars much in the same way they were attacked with faking the moon landing.
Jose Jefferies - Nov 21, 2016
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 19, 2017
Distribution of organic materials is inconsistent with delivery by comets or asteroids.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 17, 2017
Shielding, pharmaceuticals, and faster rockets are all being studied for the protections they provide.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 17, 2017
Ten days after Earth gravity assist, MapCam camera looks back on Earth-Moon system.
Kristy Douglas - Oct 16, 2017
The network's test is going well so far and is monitoring the asteroid as expected, according to NASA researchers.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 10, 2017
Future of iceberg and Larsen C ice shelf remain uncertain.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 09, 2017
First ever infrared photos shed light on small moon's composition.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 09, 2017
Establishing a lunar base seen as crucial for training astronauts and launching missions to Mars and beyond.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 05, 2017
Latest observation shows dimming is not equal in all wavelengths.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 02, 2017
Comet that originated in Oort Cloud has likely been active for at least four years.
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 02, 2017
Delay is due to difficulties integrating various parts of the telescope and will not increase its budget.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 29, 2017
High levels of hydrogen detected could exist within subsurface water ice.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 28, 2017
Public outreach by science organizations and free webcasts drove high level of participation.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 27, 2017
New technology could help maintain future space station's orientation.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 27, 2017
Strange features are products of complex geological and climate history.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 25, 2017
Satellites provide crucial data on storm's structure, temperature, and precipitation levels.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 21, 2017
Discovery of large ice deposits lead scientists to suspect many similar, smaller deposits are also present at the poles.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 21, 2017
Planets' relative closeness and brightness make them excellent candidates for study with new James Webb Space Telescope.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 16, 2017
Probe's discoveries transformed scientists understanding of the outer solar system.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 16, 2017
Researchers often add constraints or adjustments that compensate for the fact that their data cannot include every last detail, to their studies.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 14, 2017
That changed with the final occultation in July, when mission scientists successfully obtained data about the object's shape from observing the event in Patagonia, Argentina, with portable telescopes.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 12, 2017
The spacecraft will plunge into Saturn by the end of the year.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 11, 2017
Fourteen names for features on Pluto and its five moons submitted by NASA's New Horizons mission have been approved by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 11, 2017
The element was discovered in mineral veins composed of calcium sulfate, which could have been produced by surface water billions of years ago.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 06, 2017
Cassini mission chief scientist Linda Spilker worked on the Voyagers' Infrared Spectrometer and Radiometer in her first position after graduating from college.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 05, 2017
Low-energy ultraviolet radiation breaks water up molecules into hydrogen and oxygen through a process known as photo-dissociation.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 05, 2017
Her Houston home, where she lives with her husband Clarence Sams, who works at the Johnson Space Center, has withstood the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Laurel Kornfeld - Sep 04, 2017
This process, which forms an image line by line, is different from that used by standard cell phones and digital cameras, which frame images instantly.
Linda Mack - Aug 31, 2017
Private space-flight company Orbital ATK built the rocket, a five-stage Minotaur IV. Its first three stages are derived from a decommissioned intercontinental ballistic missile.
Delila James - Aug 30, 2017
All that's left now for Cassini is a fiery demise.
Vicky Webb - Aug 30, 2017
Optimal launch conditions from Earth to Mars occur every 26 months, which is why the mission was postponed for two years.
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 28, 2017
Another beautiful photo of Saturn via NASA.
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 26, 2017
Spacecraft's science instruments will probe deeply into Saturn's atmosphere.
Clint Huston - Aug 16, 2017
The distant system sits roughly 40 light-years from Earth and, according to the new research, is between 5.4 and 9.8 billion years old.
Kathy Fey - Aug 08, 2017
Voyager 1 and 2, the longest-lived and furthest-traveled spacecraft, are coming up on 40 years of continuous communication from space.
Kathy Fey - Aug 02, 2017
NASA's planetary defense systems will be tested on an asteroid that is due to pass by Earth in October.
Kathy Fey - Jul 26, 2017
Lockheed Martin will turn a retired space shuttle cargo capsule into a prototype deep space living module.
Laurel Kornfeld - Jul 26, 2017
Unanswered questions remain about magnetic field, ring composition, and atmosphere.
Kathy Fey - Jul 22, 2017
A misplaced bag containing moon dust from the Apollo 11 mission sold at auction for $1.8 million.
Laurel Kornfeld - Jul 22, 2017
Planet smaller but more massive than Earth takes slightly more than four days to complete an orbit.
Jeremy Morrow - Jun 24, 2017
Volk and Malhotra are hoping that the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, set to begin operation in 2020, will unlock the mystery of missing Planet X.
Adam Widmer - May 07, 2017
And in a new request for information, the space agency has called for US companies to submit details on launch and landing services.
Ian Marsh - Apr 07, 2017
Bruno Borges vanished from his home in Rio Branco in the west of Brazil, having spent the last month working on what is being described as a secret project.
Jason Spencer - Mar 24, 2017
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Harry Marcolis - Mar 20, 2017
Professor Stephen Hawking has revealed he is planning to travel into space on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic.
Harry Marcolis - Mar 20, 2017
A study by NASA has shown that jet using biofuels have fewer particle emissions in their exhaust trails.
Wilson Soto - Mar 09, 2017
The bill includes the aerospace's long term ambition of sending humans to Mars by 2033.
Harry Marcolis - Jan 17, 2017
Wilson Soto - Dec 08, 2016
The Cassini Probe has captured a strange looking cyclone on Satan's the North Pole.
Aaron Sims - Nov 30, 2016
The US has launched offensive Seattleites after both Russia and China establish satellites of war in space.
Adam Widmer - Nov 23, 2016
The conditions that led to the existence of life consisted of extreme pressure and the heat forcing emergence of life.