NASA Releases Video of Orion's Flight as Shot from Inside the Spacecraft

The video was recorded through windows in the spacecraft's crew module, documents the last 10 minutes of Orion's flight
by Laura Sinpetru, 08:15 GMT
 

NASA Wants to Send Astronauts to Venus, Have Them Study the Planet

The astronauts would not land on Venus, instead remain airborne some 50 kilometers (30 miles) from the surface
by Laura Sinpetru, December 20th, 2014
 

Mammoth Galaxy Cluster Holds the Mass Equivalent of 400 Trillion Suns

The distant galaxy cluster, known as Gioiello, was weighed with the help of NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory
by Laura Sinpetru, December 19th, 2014
 

Organic Molecules Considered the Building Blocks of Life Found on Mars

The presence of organic molecules on the Red Planet was documented with the help of NASA's Curiosity rover
by Laura Sinpetru, December 17th, 2014
 

Cosmic Tsunami Wave Is Now Ripping Through Interstellar Space, NASA Says

The space wave was detected with the help of Voyager 1 in February, is the longest-lasting thus far documented
by Laura Sinpetru, December 16th, 2014
Merging Spiral Galaxies Look Stunning in New NASA Space Image

Merging Spiral Galaxies Look Stunning in New NASA Space Image

by Laura Sinpetru, December 13th, 2014
The galaxies, dubbed NGC 2207 and IC2163, are located at a distance of about 130 million light-years from our planet
 

NASA's Orion Is Now En Route to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, US

The ship that carried the Orion back to shore docked in San Diego this Monday, the spacecraft was soon off-loaded
by Laura Sinpetru, December 10th, 2014
 

Distant Galaxy's Anatomy Revealed in Stunning Hubble Space Image

The galaxy, known as NGC 4102, is located at a distance of about 68.8 million light-years from our planet
by Laura Sinpetru, December 10th, 2014
 

Mars' Fairly Impressive Mount Sharp Was Once a Lake, NASA Says

The mountain sits in the Red Planet's Gale Crater, evidence indicates it formed from sediments deposited in a lake bed
by Laura Sinpetru, December 9th, 2014
NASA's Pluto-Bound New Horizons Spacecraft Wakes Up from 1,873-Day Slumber

NASA's Pluto-Bound New Horizons Spacecraft Wakes Up from 1,873-Day Slumber

by Laura Sinpetru, December 8th, 2014
The spacecraft came out of hibernation this past December 6, is expected to begin researching Pluto in January 2015
 

NASA's Orion Launch Was One for the Books, a Perfectly Smooth Ride

The Mars-bound spacecraft successfully completed its first trip to space and back this past December 5
by Laura Sinpetru, December 6th, 2014
 

It's On: NASA's Orion Spacecraft Launches Atop Rocket, Heads for the Skies

The Orion spacecraft left Earth just a few minutes ago, is now officially enjoying its first flight ever
by Laura Sinpetru, December 5th, 2014
 

NASA's Orion Launch Postponed Due to Strong Winds, Technical Trouble

The Orion spacecraft was supposed to embark on its maiden voyage this December 4, will hopefully launch tomorrow
by Laura Sinpetru, December 4th, 2014
 

Dinosaur Fossil Readies for a Trip to Space and Back

The dinosaur fossil, together with other souvenirs and mementos, will leave Earth this coming December 4
by Laura Sinpetru, December 2nd, 2014
 
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