NASA Exercise Finds No Tech Available to Stop an Asteroid Collision With Earth

NASA Exercise Finds That No Tech Is Available to Stop an Asteroid’s Collision With Earth

NASA and its peers around the world conducted a “table-top” exercise last month to determine the time scientists will take to understand and find ways to prevent a catastrophic collision of an incoming asteroid into the Earth. The simulation was hypothetical and intended to allow scientists time to prepare for such situations if that were … Read more

NASA Shares Stunning Photo of Galaxy Cluster Captured by Hubble Telescope

Worth Hundreds of Galaxies: NASA Shares Stunning Photo of Galaxy Cluster Captured by Hubble Telescope

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has captured a stunning image of a galaxy cluster. The US space agency shared the image on its Instagram page, leading to a huge excitement among astronomers and sky gazers alike. The galaxy cluster, named Abell 3827, is located nearly 1.3 billion light-years away in the southern hemisphere constellation of Indus. … Read more

NASA Shares Photo of Asteroid Bennu as Spacecraft Heads Back to Earth After Collecting Samples

NASA Shares Photo of Asteroid Bennu as OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Heads Back to Earth After Collecting Samples

NASA has shared an image of asteroid Bennu captured from its Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft, which is now slated for return to Earth in 2023. In the Instagram post, the space agency wrote, “Stop! 4.5-billion-year-old steroid crossing! You’re looking at a real image of asteroid Bennu captured from @NASASolarSystem’s … Read more

Chinese Rocket Debris Lands in Indian Ocean, Draws Criticism From NASA

Chinese Rocket Debris Lands in Indian Ocean, Draws Criticism From NASA

Remnants of China’s biggest rocket landed in the Indian Ocean on Sunday, with most of its components destroyed upon re-entry into the atmosphere, ending days of speculation over where the debris would hit but drawing US criticism over lack of transparency. The coordinates given by Chinese state media, citing the China Manned Space Engineering Office, … Read more

NASA slams China after rocket debris lands near Maldives for ‘failing to meet responsible standards’

NASA slams China after rocket debris lands near Maldives for 'failing to meet responsible standards'

NASA rebuked China for failing to meet responsible spacefaring standards after remnants of the nation’s rogue Long March 5B rocket landed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives early Sunday. Sightings of the Chinese rocket debris reentering Earth’s atmosphere and scorching across the pre-dawn skies were reported in Jordan, Oman and Saudi Arabia. CHINA’S ROGUE LONG MARCH … Read more

NASA Mars Rover Captures Audio, Video of Ingenuity Helicopter Flight

NASA Mars Rover Perseverance Captures Audio, Video of Ingenuity Helicopter Flight: Watch It Here

NASA’s Perseverance rover has for the first time captured the low-pitched whirring of the Ingenuity helicopter’s blades as it flies through the rarefied Martian atmosphere. The space agency on Friday released new footage shot by the six-wheeled robot of its rotorcraft companion making its fourth flight on April 30 — this time accompanied by an … Read more

NASA Celebrates 60th Anniversary of First American in Space

NASA Honours Alan Shepard as It Celebrates 60th Anniversary of First American in Space

NASA astronaut Alan Shepard became the first American to travel to space 60 years ago on May 5. The space research organisation honoured Shepard and his mission with a special page on its website. The year 1961 was extremely crucial as the United States and the Soviet Union — the two dominant superpowers at the … Read more

NASA celebrates Asian American, Pacific Islander heritage month – Times of India

NASA celebrates Asian American, Pacific Islander heritage month - Times of India

WASHINGTON: With a belief to unite a workforce inclusive of employees from diverse background, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (NASA) has already given a number of prolific scientists to the world; and the month of May has been dedicated to celebrating the contributions of those amazing employees by NASA. This May, to celebrate the contributions … Read more

SpaceX Capsule With 4 Astronauts Splashes Down Off Florida: NASA

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NASA astronaut Shannon Walker and Japan’s Soichi Noguchi were the other two aboard. Washington, United States: A SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule carrying four astronauts back to Earth splashed down off Florida early Sunday, a NASA livestream showed. The crew reported they were feeling well after their arrival back on Earth following a nearly six-month mission … Read more

NASA Mars Ingenuity Helicopter Given New Scouting Mission: Details Here

NASA Mars Ingenuity Helicopter Given New Scouting Mission: Scout Ahead of the Perseverance

After proving powered, controlled flight is possible on the Red Planet, NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter has new orders: scout ahead of the Perseverance rover to assist in its search for past signs of microbial life. The next phase extends the rotocraft’s mission beyond the original month-long technology demonstration. Now, the goal is to assess how … Read more

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