The Lyrid Meteor Shower: A Weekend Full of Shooting Stars

If you like to watch the sky and see shooting stars, then you’re lucky! This week has had plenty of them, as the annual Lyrid meteor shower has begun on 16 April.... Read more »

Ready For a Mission To Mars? Here Is A Problem You Never Thought To Encounter

Space flight is a challenge. We already know that astronauts face freezing temperatures, the vacuum of space, isolation, and radiation, but have you ever considered you might even lose your sight? Researchers... Read more »

Scientists Say Diamonds From A Meteor Prove The Existence Of a Long-Lost Planet

The Nubian Desert has holding a surprise for scientists that were looking for a meteor fallen north of Sudan. Inside that meteor, there are specks of diamonds! A new scientific report argues... Read more »

NASA’s Planet Hunter TESS’ Launch Has Been Delayed

Yesterday we were expecting to see the amazing planet-hunting satellite from NASA to be sent up into the sky and begin its journey towards the Earth’s orbit. But the schedule was delayed... Read more »

We Might Not Find Life On Mars Before Life Arrives From Earth

NASA has been searching for life on Mars for decades and now it all got more complicated! The quest to send manned space missions to Mars will end in leaving traces of... Read more »

TESS Is Going to Be Launched Today to Seek Other Earth-Like Worlds

NASA’s spacecraft built to scan over 200,000 bright stars and the planets around them is going to be launched today at 6:32 PM – 2232 GMT at Cape Canaveral, Florida. The spacecraft... Read more »

According to NASA Scientists – There will be no Collision Between the Earth and planet Nibiru

Many people think that Nibiru is a planet in the outskirts of our solar system. The alarming fact connected to it is that conspiracy theorists say that at a certain moment it... Read more »

Juno Sends New Jupiter Photos After NASA’s 3D Rendition Of The Planet’s Storms

NASA’s Juno has been documenting all it finds in the outer space and sends photos back to the agency. Juno allowed people to already see and hear the auroras on Jupiter along... Read more »

Holes in Sun Cause Solar Storm and Bring Northern Lights to Earth

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has recently observed that a region in the magnetic field of the sun has a few ‘holes’. After gathering the data, the U.S. Space Weather Prediction Center warned... Read more »

NASA Continues The Hunt For New Planets With Its TESS Mission

The Transition Exoplanet Survey Sattelite aka TESS will be used by NASA to discover new planets. TESS is set for launch Monday afternoon on April 16. The spacecraft will scan the sky... Read more »