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NASA simulates collision of two black holes – Video

Black holes are particularly complex celestial objects to understand because they push physics to its own limits.¬†Scientists often have to extrapolate when they evoke these singularities.¬†A video simulation by NASA shows us for the first time the collision of two supermassive black holes. Scientists who have never been able to observe the collision of two […]

This 3D Printer is Funded by NASA Food

A 3D printer for food could be the solution to the current food system that is unsustainable with increasing world population.¬†But it also could facilitate space travel because the food would take 30 years to expire. One of the many problems of¬†space travel¬†is the power of the astronauts, but this could soon change thanks to […]

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A Giant Asteroid will Skim Earth in a Few Days

NASA has confirmed that the asteroid QE2, with a size nine times greater than a cruise ship will pass very close to Earth on 31 May. A unique opportunity to study this type of bodies, but that does not constitute a risk to the planet.

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The World’s Most Trusted Pen with NASA Technology

There are different kinds of pens .¬†Some give us good service for the duration of its life and others begin to fail prematurely.¬†Today we show¬†the world’s most trusted pen¬†.¬†

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Black Marble: NASA Publishes Beautiful Night Images of Earth

On October 28, 2011, the¬†NASA¬†mission started¬†NPP Suomi¬†(Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership) with the launch of a satellite, which gives its name to this mission, with the aim of studying the effects of climate change and make observations Earth.¬†Not long ago, NASA surprised us with a¬†spectacular Arctic image¬†in high resolution captured after 15 orbits, the satellite and, […]

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In 2020, it will be Possible to Fly to the Moon for $ 1.5 Billion

On the eve of the 40th anniversary of the flight of the American ship “Apollo-17” on the moon, former NASA specialists announced plans regular commercial flights of tourists to the Moon . Private U.S. company Golden Spike said that in 2020 is going to start manned mission to the moon.¬†The campaign was also named a […]

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3D Printers Will be in Space

3D printers could soon reach into space.¬†It is will particularly useful tools for astronauts in exploration of other planets and the moon in the first place.¬†Some researchers in fact, demonstrated the possibility of using the lunar rocks as a raw material for the production of simple tools using 3D printers.¬†So it will enable the manufacturing […]

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NASA : John Grunsfeld Brief Media Regarding “New Mars Program”

Today, we Inform you that¬†Curiosity, Mars Rover Analyzed First Soil Sample¬†and tell you the Story. Now ? It Looks that NASA Close this Project with aftyer above Findings, Because NASA’s associate administrator for science, cosmonaut John Grunsfeld, on Current Day proclaimed plans for a Newly Designed Multi-Years Mars program, together with a brand new robotic […]

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Found Water and Organic Material on the Planet Mercury!

The¬†NASA¬†had announced a few days ago that we¬†announce something really shocking¬†and we all thought that would relate findings¬†Curiosity¬†from the planet Mars.¬†Eventually, the “bomb” exploded from another planet and specifically the Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun.

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10 NASA Inventions, Surely use Every Day and Did not Know – Part 3

Every year since 1976,¬†NASA¬†has published a list of all technologies and products sold related to their research.¬†The Journal of the¬†NASA¬†”¬†Spin-off¬†”¬†shows that these products are improvements¬†in pacemaker, in the state of the exercise machines or satellite radio.¬†Each product has been made ??possible by an idea of¬†NASA¬†innovation or by you. But it does not take a genius […]

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10 NASA Inventions, Surely use Every Day and Did not Know – Part 1

On July 29, 1958, President Eisenhower signed the Founding Act of the¬†National Aeronautics and Space Administration¬†, the¬†NASA¬†(acronym for¬†National Aeronautics and Space Administration¬†), which did not begin to run until October of that year with four laboratories and about 8000 employees. From the beginning, the purpose of the new branch was beyond space ships and moon […]

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Spot the Station: See the International Space Station from Home

A new service of NASA who hears the name Spot the Station notifies us when the International Space Station (ISS), the third brightest object in the sky after the Sun and the Moon passes over our house. 

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