SpaceX Will Use Historic NASA Launch Pad

NASA approved the SpaceX use of Launch Complex 39A. The historic Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center is now a commercial launch site after SpaceX and NASA signed an agreement for the former to use the facility on … Continue reading

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NASA Needs Your Help in Designing New Spacesuit

Cover layer of new Z-2 spacesuit will be decided through votes. One of the three types of Z-2 spacesuit cover layers will be selected as a final design for the future astronaut suit of NASA. Designing through inspirations Space.com reports … Continue reading

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NASA Research Center Named After Neil Armstrong

Dryden Flight Research Center is now Armstrong Flight Research Center. NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center will now be called Armstrong Flight Research Center in honor of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 … Continue reading

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Finding Intelligent Alien Life by 2040

Astronomers boldly predict that intelligent alien life could be found by 2040. By 2040, astronomers could scan enough stars to provide them adequate information in finding electromagnetic signals created by aliens, according to Seth Shostak of the Search for Extraterrestrial … Continue reading

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Youngest Siblings Will Fly Aboard Virgin Galactic

Milton siblings will be the youngest people to travel in space. 10-year-old Ali Azim and his 11-year-old sister, Zainab are hoping to be the youngest people to travel in space through the Virgin Galactic spacecraft of Richard Branson. However, due … Continue reading

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SpaceX Will Launch Rocket On January 3

January 3 launching will be SpaceX’ first for 2014. SpaceX is set to launch a rocket which will bring into orbit a communication satellite that is set to serve parts of Africa and Asia according to a report published on … Continue reading

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A Future Mars Astronaut Spacesuit

Future space explorer “BioSuit” was conceptualized for greater flexibility. Dava Newman spent more than 10 years to develop a better and sleeker spacesuit that can be used for future Mars exploration. Exploration with greater flexibility The spacesuit that MIT aerospace … Continue reading

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SpaceX Successful Launching of Commercial Satellite

An important satellite launch was performed by SpaceX last week after 2 delays. After two delays due to technical problems, SpaceX launched an important commercial satellite mission from Florida last week. First launching of upgraded Falcon 9 rocket An SES-8 … Continue reading

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Searching Galaxy’s Dark Energy Using Gaia Space Probe

The spacecraft will warn about Earth approaching asteroid and reveal how Milky Way started. European scientists will be launching a spacecraft that will transform human understanding of the galaxy, according to a report by The Guardian. World’s most accurate and … Continue reading

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A Space Store Tribute to Scott Carpenter

Scott Carpenter was one of NASA’s original seven astronauts selected for Project Mercury. “Scott’s curiosity knew no bounds,” according to space pioneer John Glenn during last Saturday’s funeral of former NASA astronaut, Scott Carpenter. Glenn also said that Carpenter did … Continue reading

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