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NASA rover finds organic molecules, methane gas on Mars

NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity has found carbon-containing compounds in samples drilled out of an ancient rock, the first definitive detection of organics on the surface of Earth’s neighbor planet, scientists said on Tuesday. The rover also found spurts of methane gas in the atmosphere, a chemical that on Earth is strongly tied to life. Additional studies, which may be beyond … Continue reading

“The Messier 67 Mystery” –Is Our Solar System an Orphan from a Distant Star Cluster?

Astronomers over the decades have been searching for star clusters that could have shared our original region of the galaxy that come close to matching the composition and age of our Sun. The prime suspect so far One is a collective known as Messier 67, some 2,700 light-years distant that contains more than a hundred stars that bear a striking … Continue reading

Australian Telescope Detects Radio Signals From Beyond The Milky Way

The Australian Parkes radio telescope has detected radio signals coming from a location further away than the Milky Way galaxy. In an unanticipated moment, the telescope successfully identified the incoming signals and recorded it live at the moment of its arrival. The data received was transmitted to the other 12 telescopes in less than 10 seconds. This, in turn, resulted … Continue reading

‘Science shattered’: Hand of God suddenly revealed?

In the late 1800s, Albert A. Michelson, the first American to win the Nobel Prize in the sciences, devised an experiment to prove the Earth is moving through space, through a medium for bearing light called the “aether.” If he could show that light was slowed down by being fired into an aether headwind, like a swimmer swimming against a … Continue reading

Bigger than Apophis: Dangerous 300+ meter asteroid to cross Earth orbit every 3 years

Scientists have calculated that 2014 UR116 asteroid will fly in dangerous proximity to Earth every three years. If it collides with the planet the energy of the explosion could be a thousand times greater than the impact of the Chelyabinsk meteorite. Vladimir Lipunov, a leading scientist on the team which discovered the asteroid this October, says the scientists now know … Continue reading

FATE UPDATE: What is the REAL Purpose of the Orion Mission?

Has anyone noticed that the destination of the Orion mission is an altitude of 3,600 MILES?  Why is this so important to NASA?  What is at the destination of 3,600 MILES?  What is their goal? The “Van Allen“ Radiation Belt! (A lethal radiation belt which surrounds the earth at an altitude of 1000 miles to 25,000 miles . . . … Continue reading

Traces of possible Martian biological activity inside a meteorite

Did Mars ever have life? Does it still? A meteorite from Mars has reignited the old debate. An international team that includes scientists from EPFL has published a paper in the scientific journal Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences, showing that martian life is more probable than previously thought. “So far, there is no other theory that we find more compelling,” says … Continue reading

Newly Released Map Data Shows Frequency of Small Asteroid Impacts, Provides Clues on Larger Asteroid Population

Small asteroids near Earth, with sizes of only about a meter, hit the atmosphere and disintegrate with surprising frequency – around every other week, new data show. Data gathered by U.S. government sensors and released to NASA for use by the science community reveal that these small impact events are frequent and random. A map of these small impact events … Continue reading

Warning for Earth: Comet Siding Spring’s near-brush with Mars triggered ‘mind blowing’ meteor shower

Comet Siding Spring’s close flyby of Mars last month dumped several tons of primordial dust into the thin martian atmosphere, likely creating a brief but spectacular meteor shower with thousands of shooting stars per hour had any astronauts been there to see it, scientists said Friday.The comet dust also posed a much more serious threat than expected to an international … Continue reading

“There Might be Civilizations in the Middle of Cold Dark Space Without a Milky Way” -NASA

“There might be people living out there, out in the middle of cold dark space, that don’t have a Milky Way,” says Harvey Moseley, an astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Astronomers have spotted a faint cosmic glow, unseen until now, that may come from stars that float adrift between galaxies. The discovery suggests that as … Continue reading

Sunspots facing Earth may trigger blackouts

A new group of sunspots that has come into view of Earth has the attention of the US Space Weather Prediction Centre. The area, referred to as 2205, spat out an x-ray flare that produced a moderate radio blackout today, according to the centre’s website. Earlier this week, it let loose several coronal mass ejections, explosions of magnetic fields and … Continue reading

Supernova shock waves create glowing arcs across sky

Ghostly arcs that haunt the sky may come from an expanding shock-wave shell that is pressing in on our solar system. Although they are invisible at optical wavelengths, looking at the sky in radio waves, X-rays or gamma rays turns up giant streaks across the heavens. Dubbed “radio loops”, they have perplexed astronomers since their discovery in the 1950s. Previous … Continue reading

Space may make astronauts infertile

A new study has shown that spending time in space can affect both male and female reproductive organs. The research, which has been conducted by NASA, has shown that animals exposed to zero-gravity and the radiation levels typically encountered in space have ended up suffering from infertility. The space agency already encourages astronauts to have their eggs or sperm frozen … Continue reading

Comet’s Mars Flyby Sunday Has Scientists Abuzz

A comet’s close shave with Mars this weekend could reveal some key insights about the Red Planet and the solar system’s early days, researchers say. Comet Siding Spring will zoom within 87,000 miles (139,500 kilometers) of Mars at 2:27 p.m. EDT (1827 GMT) on Sunday (Oct. 19). Scientists will observe the flyby using the fleet of spacecraft at Mars, studying … Continue reading

Explosive meteors may have seasonal peaks

Heads up – it’s explosive-meteorite season. A new analysis suggests that powerful incoming meteors like the rock responsible for last year’s explosion over Chelyabinsk, Russia, may not be completely random. Brothers Carlos and Raúl de la Fuente Marcos at Complutense University of Madrid in Spain used data from the infrasound sensors of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization – which were … Continue reading

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