Why NASA does not create videos like these themselves is a legitiamate question, but whatever the reason, dedicated space fans aren’t allowing the video vacuum to exist for long.
Articles for Nasa
On August 5th 76 pyrotechnic devices aboard NASA’s next Mars rover, Curiosity, must work with zero margin for error to carry the lander to the plaent’s surface.
The sun sends enormous amounts of energy toward Earth, but why don’t coronal mass ejections cause the same type of havoc as they do for Mercury and Venus?
by Aaron Saenz: Monday June 18th marks the start of Singularity University’s 10 week Summer Graduate Studies Program. Based in NASA AMES in the heart of Silicon Valley, SU has become the premier institution in educating the next generation of leaders about the disruptive power of accelerating technologies.
by Dave Klingler: SpaceX will carry passengers to Bigelow’s inflatable habitats.
The Mars Science Laboratory mission, with a rover affectionately named Curiosity, reached a milestone this past Sunday, April 1, as it hurtled across the halfway point at over 10,000 miles per hour on its 254 day-long journey to the red planet.
A groundbreaking change has struck academia, and its reverberations may be felt for years to come. One of Stanford’s first full courses to ever be openly made available online has gone viral.
by Richard Garriott: My first blog about NASA turning to commercial providers for launch vehicles seems to have opened an interesting debate. Why do we spend any money on human exploration of space?
On Dec. 21, 2012, many doomsday believers fear the apocalypse — anything from a rogue planet smashing into us to our world spinning end over end.
The Earth pulses with a special kind of resonant wave. The Schumann Resonance has long been dubbed ‘the Earth’s heartbeat,’ and it has only been spotted from below.