NASA's new study investigates aliens and UFOs
NASA launched a study into UPAs (aka UFOs) recentlyImage by Andreas H. from Pixabay. Aliens and UFOs have been hot topics in the national conversation in recent years. NASA seems to have taken notice and wants to explore what people are seeing. They have announced that they are conducting a study to learn more about unexplainable things that people claim to see.
How Do Scientists Know What the Inside of a Black Hole Looks Like?
Image by Event Horizon Telescope collaboration et al. While scientists have never been able to directly observe the interior of a black hole, they have been able to infer its structure by studying the way that matter and energy interact with it.
Did Chinese Telescope Sky Eye Actually Pick Up Signs of Extraterrestrial Life or Was It a False Alarm?
Have you heard of Fermi's paradox? It is something that baffled physicist, Enrico Fermi along with many other scientists and nonscientists about extraterrestrial life or the lack of it. Fermi perfectly summed up what was on everybody's minds in the form of this now famous question: "So where is everybody?"
China's Tiangong Space Station and US National Security Interests
China launched its Wentian space laboratory on Sunday afternoon, sending the country's largest-ever spacecraft to Earth's orbitPhoto by Zhu Xingxin/chinadaily.com.cn. On Sunday, July 24th, China launched its Wentian space laboratory into space. The largest-ever spacecraft that China has sent into Earth’s orbit, the laboratory being carried brings the Tiangong space station one step closer to completion. As soon as the Wentian space laboratory rendezvous and docks with the Tiangong station’s Tianhe core module, the Shezhou XIV mission crew on the station will enter the new lab module to check its international equipment and overall condition after the launch into space.
Fireball sighting over Indiana confirmed by American Meteor Society
TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — People all across the WLFI viewing area and beyond were treated to a celestial light show early Friday morning. Just before 2 a.m. Friday morning, a meteor streaked across the sky. A few viewers were lucky enough to catch the fireball on their home security cameras.
Humans Are Already Littering on Mars
Earlier this month, NASA’s Perseverance rover captured a strange image while cruising around the surface of Mars. The image shows what appears to be a coiled piece of string. Some people think that the coil of material looks a lot like spaghetti.
The NASA scientist who made it count
What do astronauts Alan Shepard (the first American to reach space), John Glenn (the first American to orbit the Earth), and Neil Armstrong (the first human to walk on the Moon) have in common? Perhaps some of us might respond: "They are astronauts", "They are Americans", "They are American astronauts", or "They exhibited the courage to go to outer space". However, for this story, I want to stress the main reason why they have someone in common. They all had their flight paths calculated by NASA mathematician Katherine Goble Johnson (1918 - 2020).
NASA Space Apps 2022, the world's largest space & science hackathon, is now accepting registration
This year's NASA International Space Apps Challenge theme is "Make Space," highlighting NASA's commitment to inclusion. This year's challenge will focus on Earth and space science, technology, and exploration. Registration for both in-person and virtual events is now open through October 2, 2022.
Amino Acids - Building Blocks of Life - Are On Asteroids, New Mission Shows
Making sense of the results of the recent Hayabusa2 space probe mission. Not the kind of space object we’re talking about here, although this one definitely contains life.Photo by NASA.
SpaceX's Booster Rocket Test Fails with a Loud Explosion
Today, on July 12, 2022, SpaceX has scheduled a test of their new generation booster rocket in Boca Chica, Texas. The test did take place, but the result was less than satisfactory: while still on the ground, the Starship aircraft exploded. It didn't even reach the launch stage as it caught on fire during the ground test.
NASA Administrator Says China is Preparing to Weaponize the Moon. China Responds.
Bill Nelson of the U.S. space agency accused the superpower of stealing technology and ideas to enable a weaponization of the lunar surface. This article is based on accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets:NASA, Today.com, DailyMail.co.uk, Wikipedia.org, and GlobalEurope.eu.
SpaceTech Is the 'Next Frontier,' and These 4 Industries Will Experience Major Disruption
Space technology has already contributed to diverse inventions, from carbon monoxide detectors to memory foam. Today, four industries stand to benefit from SpaceTech. Let’s take a closer look at each one.
Moon rocks on display at Forsyth County library’s ‘Oceans on the Moon’ event on Tuesday
(FORSYTH COUNTY, GA) Looking for a free summertime event that’s “out of this world?”. The Sharon Forks Library branch of the Forsyth County Public Library system will have actual moon rocks available for patrons to examine at the “Oceans on the Moon?!” program on Tuesday, June 28 at 6:30 pm.
Blood moon in California
Was in California when I filmed this.
Alien Signals May Have Been Detected, Say Chinese Scientists
Chinese scientists claim to have discovered what they believe to be the traces of an extraterrestrial civilization's signal, per Bloomberg. As part of their quest for proof of aliens, the researchers recently found strange signals from space and are working to figure out what they are.
NASA to Spend $100,000 Studying UFOs
NASA announced that they will spend $100,000 on a 9-month study to better understand UFOs. The study will be conducted by astrophysicist David Spergel, former chair of the astrophysics department at Princeton University.
Laika, The Dog Who Paved the Way for Manned Spaceflights
Photo by Александр Македонский/Pexels. The space race was on during the 1950’s and 60’s between the Soviet Union and the United States. It was a time of intense competition as each superpower tried to become the first to achieve spaceflight. Both the Soviet space program and NASA, conducted many tests involving animals before sending crewed missions.
Satellite Images Reveal the White Alps Are Turning Green Because of Climate Change
Satellite Images Reveal the White Alps Are Turning Green Because of Climate ChangeWikimedia. A high-resolution satellite data from 1984 to 2021 has, in a study published by researchers from the University of Lausanne and the University of Basel, found that the white alps are disappearing due to global warming.
Egypt's Extraterrestrial Stone Becomes the First Evidence of a Supernova on Earth
Samples of the extraterrestrial Hypatia stone next to a small coinUniversity of Johannesburg. After a recently concluded analysis, scientists now claim an extra-terrestrial stone found 25 years ago in an Egyptian desert is the first evidence on earth of a rare supernova explosion outside of our solar system. Researchers from the University of Johannesburg’s science faculty have concluded that the space rock, which they named “Hypatia,” is a remnant of a type la supernova.
The First Mexican-Born Woman in Space Due to Launch Soon
A history making flightNASA/Josh Valcarcel, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. The Blue Origin flight was due to launch Friday 20th May, but was delayed because of technical issues.