November 2013

  • Russian android may take on outer space operations at ISS

Russia has presented a new humanlike robot, which may be delivered to the International Space Station to perform 90 percent of risky operations in open space instead of cosmonauts.

The SAR- 401 prototype was revealed to journalists at the Yury Gagarin...

  • Venus
  • NASA’s VeSpR Rocket Sneaks A Peek At Venus Atmosphere

A NASA rocket being sent up to study the atmosphere of Venus is slated for launch on Monday; just seven days after the space agency launched a probe to study the Martian atmosphere.

While the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission launched...

rab sealed pouch of two-year-old, irradiated sliced turkey from pantry. Place in suitcase warmer and heat 15 to 20 minutes. Slice open pouch. Eat carefully so crumbs don’t float away.

Following those simple instructions, six astronauts aboard the...

  • SpaceX rocket Waiting to launch
  • Holiday travelers trump SpaceX launch plans

Concerned a rocket launch might add more congestion to the skies during Thanksgiving week, federal regulators blocked SpaceX’s bid to launch a commercial broadcasting satellite Tuesday and Wednesday, two of the busiest travel days of the year

SpaceX scrubbed...

  • Hi-Def Space Selfies Coming To Your Web Browser Soon

Two high-definition cameras are on their way now to the International Space Station. There, they will aim to revolutionize how we view our planet and ourselves.

A Canadian-based company named UrtheCast will offer the world’s first near-live HD video and...

  • Rocket on pad
  • Falcon 9 rocket launch scrubbed until Thanksgiving

SpaceX called off launch of a Falcon 9 rocket with a commercial telecommunications satellite Monday after several technical problems held up the countdown, delaying the flight until Thanksgiving Day.

After an initial delay to give engineers time to study a...

  • World View Wants To Take You To Space Without Rockets

For private citizens who want to go into space, the options are pretty limited right now. In the near future, though, that’s bound to change, as a number of companies are actively working on offering manned commercial space flight. Among those companies, though, probably one of the most intriguing is Tucson-based World View, which wants to take people to space without using spaceflight’s biggest technical hurdle: rockets.

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  • Mars probe flyby
  • Going to Mars: Billionaire Dennis Tito plans manned mission with possible 2017 launch

Billionaire Dennis Tito, tired of being told that we can’t send humans to Mars just yet, on Wednesday revealed his scheme for launching two astronauts to the red planet as early as December 2017.

Dubbed “Inspiration Mars,” the flyby mission would exploit a...

  • Antarctica Lab
  • 'Ghost Particles' In Antarctica Offer Glimpse Of Deep Space

A new kind of telescope buried deep beneath the ice of Antarctica has, for the first time, seen a signal from distant, violent events. In doing so, it is beginning to paint a picture of a part of our cosmos that has never been observed before.

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