Spaceflights Permanently Decrease NASA Astronauts’ Bone Density! New Study Claims Recovery is Rare

Spaceflights Permanently Decrease NASA Astronauts’ Bone Density!  New Study Claims Recovery is Rare

Long-term space flights are now a trend in the space industry as NASA, and other rising government-funded and independent space agencies conduct their own out-of-this-world missions. (Photo: Photo By Getty Images)381298 08: Astronaut William (Bill) McCarthur, Appears Suspended Over The Blue And White Earth October 15, 2000 During Space Walk Activities Near The Longerons Of … Read more

Asteroid Day: Young space enthusiasts shine bright in Delhi’s skylight | Latest News Delhi

Asteroid Day: Young space enthusiasts shine bright in Delhi’s skylight |  Latest News Delhi

For many, tech billionaire Elon Musk has become a part of pop culture and our primary source of getting a glimpse into outer space, since breakthroughs into the unknown usually grab our interest. Same goes for the young minds in the city, who are dedicatedly making progress into the field of astronomy. On Asteroid Day … Read more

Real heroes plan ahead: collaboration to protect Earth

Real heroes plan ahead: collaboration to protect Earth

It’s unlikely to happen, but if a large space object ever hit Earth, the outcome would be calamitous. Humanity needs to start preparing now. It’s a staple of disaster movies: a huge space rock hurtles toward Earth and the hero gloriously self-sacrifices in a nuclear fireball to save humankind. In reality, saving the planet from … Read more

NASA Aircraft Conducting Atmospheric Studies Over DC to Baltimore

NASA Aircraft Conducting Atmospheric Studies Over DC to Baltimore

WASHINGTON, June 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A NASA aircraft will fly over the I-95 corridor from Washington to Baltimore and Hampton, Virginiain support of an atmospheric campaign in the mid-Atlantic region between July 5 and 16, 2022. The four-engine turboprop P-3 aircraft, based at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginiawill fly 5 days during the … Read more

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Acquired New Evidence of Habitable Environment for Life on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Acquired New Evidence of Habitable Environment for Life on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity Rover has recently collected rock samples that may be the key ingredients that show a habitable environment on Mars. (Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS via Getty Images)MOUNT SHARP, MARS – APRIL 10, 2015: In this handout provided by NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS A sweeping panorama combining 33 telephoto images into one Martian vista presents details of several types of … Read more

The NASA Space Robotics Challenge

The NASA Space Robotics Challenge

Human progress has always been dependent on the restricted resources available on Earth. However, the moon, despite its appearance as a barren rock, could be a treasure mine of rare resources important to Earth’s survival. Image Credit: Vooraorn Ratanakorn/Shutterstock.com Mining on the Moon The moon has long been considered a desirable location for space mining … Read more

Long-Term Space Travel May ‘Rewire’ Astronauts’ Brains | Smart News

Long-Term Space Travel May ‘Rewire’ Astronauts’ Brains |  Smart News

Scans of the astronaut’s neural networks were taken before they blasted off into space, as soon as they landed safely back home, and some cosmonauts had an additional brain scan seven months after their return to Earth. (Pictured: Astronaut Bruce McCandless II during an untethered spacewalk in 1984) NASA via Wikimedia Commons under Public Domain … Read more

How NASA Plans to Dig Up the Dirt on Climate Change – Teachable Moments

How NASA Plans to Dig Up the Dirt on Climate Change – Teachable Moments

Learn about the role that dust plays in Earth’s climate, why scientists are interested in studying dust from space, and how to engage students in the science with STEM resources from JPL. A NASA instrument launching to the International Space Station in early summer will explore how dust impacts global temperatures, cloud formation, and the … Read more

Payload for space launch tested at NASA facility

Payload for space launch tested at NASA facility

Windward CC student Nikki Arakawa works on the Project Imua payload. Two University of Hawaiʻi Community College students and their advisor spent more than a week at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia to prepare their scientific payload for a space launch in August. They are part of a team of Project Imua Mission … Read more