There has been an awakening…
Get your ass to Mars.
Another exSPIDing week of news.
Gravity is a heartbreakingly, terrifyingly exciting, and extraordinarily beautiful space epic that made me question my every desire to leave this planet.
36 years, some 12 billion miles later, NASA’S Voyager 1 spacecraft is officially rocking it outside out solar system. New and unexpected data indicate Voyager 1 has been traveling for about one year through plasma, or ionized gas, present in the space between stars. Voyager is in a transitional region immediately outside the solar bubble, […]
Now that the shuttle program is being put into its resting place, NASA is gearing up for their next step in America’s Space Program, the SLS.
Space, it’s something I think a lot of us can relate to that most of us just want to go out there one time and look down on Earth. NASA instead took this video a little different route.
I’m sorry if I’m a sci fi / space dork who thinks that we should be building on what we’ve done so far and not scaling back.
I’m a closet space nerd, I love looking at pictures and reading about developments on orbital satellites and whatnot. The current mission NASA has been performing on Mercury (First planet from the sun for you that failed science in elementary school) is just awesome.
WPR has gone political and we agree with Obama (rama) when he says he wants to cut funding for NASA because if we don’t, crap like this happens.
Today, quite possibly, will go down in history as being a somber day. The last day for a dream of a child to have been realized, and the first day of the end. Today, at 4:50pm Eastern, the NASA orbiter shuttle Discovery launched for the last time.
This morning SpaceX (Owned by Elon Musk co-creator of PayPal :pictured left:) launched a Falcon 9 from the Kennedy Space Center at 10:43AM E.T. Making the company’s first big thrust forward into commercializing space. With NASA wussing out and basically giving up on trying to do anything in space other than maintain the International Space […]
Yes, I’m aware this news isn’t really “media related”, but its damn exciting. NASA announced that incoming data from the LCROSS (Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite) that a recent mission successfully uncovered water near the south pole of the moon. This may not seem like much now, but its a stepping stone to finding […]