I’ll stick to the regular earth kind, thanks.
Several prominent astronauts clashed at a Senate hearing today over where NASA should go next: the moon, Mars, or asteroids. But without adequate funding the question is moot.
Despite claims by NASA and private outfits such as Mars One, we don’t have the know-how or funding to send people to the Red Planet, according to many scientists, policy experts, and one outspoken lawmaker. “To say we have put the cart before the horse is an understatement,” Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said.
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Three candidates told us exactly what they had to do to make it through the latest Mars One selection round. Spoiler: It wasn’t much.
Featuring Buzz Aldrin taking the first selfie in space. And also a lot of American flags.
The mission, which was pushed back from Monday to Tuesday, will give the company another opportunity to attempt to land its reusable rocket on a barge in the ocean.
Warning: Don’t try some of these things at home.
“Vaginal wetness could be an issue.”
Who needs football? The real stars were blazing up in space.
Who knew water vapor could be so beautiful?
Meet Leland Melvin, your new favorite spaceman.
The asteroid will not be visible to the naked eye, but can be seen with a small telescope or strong binoculars.
The time lapse video shows the earth gradually getting warming from the 1880s to the present.
NASA banned alcohol, but that didn’t stop the Russians.
All crew members are safe and have been moved to the Russian side of the station.
Suddenly iPhone panoramas feel less impressive.
If you have a hard time visualizing climate change, here’s how our planet is faring.
It was taken by a telescope searching for black holes.
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A NASA rocket explodes during liftoff. Apple and U2 touch fingers. A home explodes on live television. Here are some of the most memorable BuzzFeed News Vines from 2014.
I asked people in Times Square if they want to go to the red planet, even if it means they’ll die there. This is what they said.
This footage is so incredibly rare that it almost seems like it’s from a sci-fi movie.
From health to feminism to space exploration – jai ho across the board.
But… it’s still 162 million miles away from its destination.
The spacecraft is not carrying humans, though NASA hopes it will eventually allow astronauts to explore deeper into space than ever before. The launch was scuttled Thursday due to high winds and a valve issue but completed successfully on Friday.
NASA has recreated a new high-resolution colour view of Europa using a mosaic of photos from the 1990s, showing how the moon would look to the human eye.