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The Four Impending Blood Moons Are A Good Excuse to Stay Up Late

Space fans are getting ready to view the beauty that is a full lunar eclipse, visible in the Western Hemisphere in the wee hours between April 14th and 15th. This full eclipse will mark the beginning of an astronomical rarity; a tetrad of lunar ...

Underground Ocean Discovered On One of Saturn’s Moons

The quest for interstellar water is still underway, and if you’re keeping tally, there are a lot of planets that could have water on them. Unfortunately most are too far away for us to study and accurately determine if they are hospitable ...

Space to Ground: The Coolest Show You’re Not Watching

In a culture that loves its entertainment, it’s hard for geek loves like science and history to keep up with the barrage of network talent shows and the latest fads. Leave it to the wonderful minds at NASA to step out of the box and reach ...

Tour the Milky Way in 3D with NASA’s GLIMPSE360

If you thought catching Pokemon on Google Maps was the coolest thing to do this week, wait until you get a load of this! Introducing the GLIMPSE360 project. NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has spent the last decade taking over 2 million ...

Sc-Fi Becoming Reality – Can Suspended Animation Save Lives?

Cryogenics and suspended animation. Once again the stuff of science fictions edges its way into science fact. While not yet to the stages required for Futurama‘s Fry to sleep through thousands of years, or the crew of the Nostromo to sleep ...

Gravity Has Been Constant for 9 Billion Years

You might have read the title of this article and thought, “Duh, gravity is a constant.” Indeed, we know that gravity is the force that keeps us from floating away every second of every day, so we do know it’s still working. ...