First alien star system with as many planets as our own discovered by NASA and Google
A joint effort between NASA scientists and Google artificial intelligence specialist has led to the discovery of a star system with as many worlds as our own.…
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Expedition 53 Returns From International Space Station
Three astronauts landed back on Earth Dec. 14 after spending time on board the International Space Station.
2017 - Johnson Space Center Year in Review
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New Policy Directs NASA to Return Astronauts to Moon
Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot and National Space Council Executive Secretary Scott Pace comment on Space Policy Directive 1, signed Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, by President Trump at the White House.The policy calls on NASA to work with international and commercial partners to send humans to the Moon, with a horizon goal of sending astronauts to Mars.
CubeSats: Small Satellites, Big Dreams
NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative provides opportunities for small satellite payloads built by universities, high schools and non-profit organizations to fly on upcoming launches. Through innovative technology partnerships, NASA provides CubeSat developers a low-cost pathway to conduct scientific investigations and technology demonstrations in space - enabling students, teachers and faculty to obtain hands-on flight hardware development experience.
Inside KSC! for Dec. 8, 2017
NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S, or GOES-S, arrived Monday and was transported to the Astrotech Space Operations facility near Kennedy Space Center where it will be prepared for its scheduled launch March 1, 2018. On center, Kennedy workers enjoyed refreshments and exchanged holiday greetings during the 2017 Center Director's Holiday Coffee, a festive annual event hosted by Center Director Bob Cabana.
2017 - The Year @NASA
SEE UPDATED VIDEO AT https://youtu.be/H9-uzsKHEIw2017: A year of groundbreaking discoveries and record-setting exploration at NASA. The Moon became a focal point for the agency, we brought you unique coverage of the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the U.S. in 99 years, we announced the most Earth-size planets ever found in the habitable zone of a star outside our solar system, and more!
Internship Opportunities Map- Live Virtual Career Summit Sept 27, 2017 (7 of 22)
For information about NASA Internships, Fellowships and Scholarships visit: https://intern.nasa.gov/ossi/web/publ... or https://nspires.nasaprs.com. The NASA Internships, Fellowships and Scholarships program (NIFS) showcases NASA missions, interns and mentors. Students can learn about the current available internship, fellowship and scholarship opportunities in the STEM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields, eligibility requirements, tips for the application process and hear from previous NIFS awardees.
NASA Spotlite: Stars
Did you know stars can come in many colors? Join our NASA Spotlite Student Producers as they explain how a star's color can help determine its mass, surface temperature, and position in its lifecycle!
NASA Begins Building Next Mars Rover Mission
In just a couple of years, NASA’s newest rover will be flying to Mars. The Mars 2020 mission will use the next generation of science and landing technology to collect rock samples for possible return by a future mission. For more info, visit the mission site at https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020
New Details about Interstellar Visitor on This Week @NASA – November 24, 2017
New data reveal that the interstellar asteroid that recently zipped through our solar system is rocky, cigar-shaped, and has a somewhat reddish hue. It’s the first confirmed object from another star observed in our solar system, and was discovered Oct. 19 by the University of Hawaii’s Pan-STARRS1 telescope team, funded by NASA’s Near-Earth Object Observations Program. The telescope team named it ‘Oumuamua (oh MOO-uh MOO-uh) – Hawaiian for “a messenger from afar arriving first.” The unusually-shaped asteroid, which is up to a quarter mile long and perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide, may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Also, Advanced Weather Satellite Launched, James Webb Space Telescope Completes Final Cryogenic Testing, Recurring Martian Streaks: Flowing Sand, Not Water? and Happy Thanksgiving, from Space!This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2017_1124_New%20Details%20about%20Interstellar%20Visitor%20on%20This%20Week%20@NASA%20%E2%80%93%20November%2024,%202017.html
Suicide Space Robots | Space Time
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Zero-Point Energy Demystified | Space Time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rh898Yr5YZ8It takes a lot of tech to send humans into space and to keep people alive up there, and get them safely home. But we have few qualms about sending robots on one-way suicide missions to the stars. And in some cases, the very destruction of these probes is part of the scientific experiment. Or in the case of the recent destruction of Cassini, to protect the solar system for future experiments. Today we’re going to memorialize the robots that have given their lives for in the name of space exploration.Hosted by Matt O'Dowd
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NASA Shares Cassini's Stunning Farewell Image Mosaic Of Saturn
NASA recently shared Cassini’s farewell mosaic, which was stitched together from 42 red, green, and blue pictures taken in the final stages of Cassini’s mission.
NASA Launches CubeSat to Study Bacteria in Space
Ever wonder what would happen if you got sick in space? NASA is sending samples of bacteria into low-Earth orbit to find out. One of the latest small satellite missions from NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley is the E. coli Anti-Microbial Satellite, or EcAMSat for short. This soon-to-be-launched CubeSat – a spacecraft the size of a shoebox built from cube-shaped units – will explore how effectively antibiotics can combat E. coli bacteria in the low gravity of space. This information will help us improve how we fight infections, providing safer journeys for astronauts on their future voyages, and offer benefits for medicine here on Earth.More info: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/ames/nasa-is-sending-e-coli-to-space-for-astronaut-healthVideo credit: NASA's Ames Research CenterNASA's Ames Research Center is located in California's Silicon Valley. Follow us on social media to hear about the latest developments in space, science and technology.Facebook
NASA Launches NOAA Weather Satellite to Improve Forecasts
Early on the morning of Saturday, Nov. 18, NASA successfully launched for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) the first in a series of four advanced polar-orbiting satellites, equipped with next-generation technology and designed to improve the accuracy of U.S. weather forecasts out to seven days. The Joint Polar Satellite System-1 (JPSS-1) lifted off on a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base on California’s central coast. JPSS-1 data will improve weather forecasting and help agencies involved with post-storm recovery by visualizing storm damage and the geographic extent of power outages.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2017_1118_NASA%20Launches%20NOAA%20Weather%20Satellite%20to%20Improve%20Forecasts.html
NASA Just Tested A Supersonic Parachute For Mars 2020 Mission
NASA tested a supersonic parachute as it prepares to send another rover to Mars.
Commercial Space Company Sends NASA Package to International Space Station
Orbital ATK sent a Cygnus spacecraft carrying NASA supplies to the International Space Station this week.
NASA EDGE Live Tower Rollback JPSS-1
NASA Shares 50-Year-Old Image Of Earth Taken 10,000 Miles Away
NASA recently shared an image of Earth that was taken 50 years ago and from a distance of nearly 10,000 miles.
New Small Satellite Missions Launching To Space
On November 11, 2017, NASA will launch four new small satellite missions to space from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Each mission will demonstrate critical new capabilities for small spacecraft.More info: https://go.nasa.gov/2isTr8qVideo credit: NASA's Ames Research CenterNASA's Ames Research Center is located in California's Silicon Valley. Follow us on social media to hear about the latest developments in space, science and technology.Facebook
NASA’s Ascent Abort-2 Test of Orion
In a test targeted for April 2019 known as Ascent Abort-2, NASA will verify the Orion spacecraft’s launch abort system, a tower on top of the crew module, can steer the capsule and astronauts inside it to safety in the event of an issue with the Space Launch System rocket when the spacecraft is under the highest aerodynamic loads it will experience during ascent for deep-space missions. The test is quick, fast and high, lasting less than three minutes with the test crew module reaching an average speed of Mach 1.5, roughly 1020 miles per hour, at approximately 32,000 feet in altitude.
NASA Asks Public for Help Naming New Horizons' Most Distant Flyby Target
On Nov. 6, NASA announced a naming campaign for the target of the New Horizons spacecraft's next flyby mission: a distant rocky object in the Kuiper Belt at the edge of our solar system.
It's Official, NASA Is Going Back To The Moon. And So Is Everyone Else!
On October 5th, 2017, US Vice President Mike Pence announced that NASA is going back to the Moon. He didn’t provide any other details, just some kind of moonward directed space exploration. And it turns out they won’t be the only ones. The Moon is going to be a busy busy place.Return to the Moon Playlist:
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Space Launch System
Animation depicting NASA’s Space Launch System, the world's most powerful rocket for a new era of human exploration beyond Earth’s orbit. With its unprecedented capabilities, SLS will launch astronauts in the agency’s Orion spacecraft on missions to explore multiple, deep-space destinations, including Mars. Traveling to deep space requires a large vehicle that can carry huge payloads, and future evolutions of SLS with the exploration upper stage and advanced boosters will increase the rocket’s lift capability and flexibility for multiple types of mission needs.
Laika’s Mission Changed American Spaceflight
*The story of how Duane Graveline turned his fascination with Laika into a boon for America's spaceflight program*: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/vintagespace/2017/11/03/laikas-lasting-gift-to-american-spaceflight/#.WfzPiraZPdQWant weekly Vintage Space ? Don't forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw95T_TgbGHhTml4xZ9yIqgAnd more even older space in my book, BREAKING THE CHAINS OF GRAVITY! You can order your copy on Amazon: bit.ly/astbtcogOr get a signed hardcover edition on my website! http://www.amyshirateitel.com/store.html - IT'S BACK ONLINE! 🙂 (But orders are slow for the moment - waiting for books from my publisher!)My blog archives has lots of awesome olde timey space, too (and I'm looking for a new home for it, too!): http://www.popsci.com/blog-network/vintage-spaceI've also got a PATREON PAGE! Want to listen to a Vintage Space Podcast or get awesome merch like t-shirts? Please consider becoming a patron! I've set up a Patreon account so I can raise funds to buy the gear I'll need to make an awesome podcast and also work with professionals to make better content all around. Any help is so hugely appreciated. https://www.patreon.com/amyshirateitelConnect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amyshirateitel/
Inside KSC! for Nov. 3, 2017
New ideas were flowing at the KSC KickStart, an annual competition at Kennedy Space Center that gives employees the chance to offer up their innovative proposals to be analyzed by a panel of senior leaders. On the International Space Station, astronauts enjoyed a harvest day recently, cutting three varieties of leafy greens from the Veggie growth chamber aboard the orbiting laboratory.
Space Station Crew Members Discuss Life in Space with Media
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik and Flight Engineers Joe Acaba and Mark Vande Hei of NASA discussed life and research on the orbital laboratory during in-flight interviews Nov. 3 with KARE-TV in Minneapolis and the “Fox and Friends” morning talk program on the Fox Network. The astronauts are in various stages of their respective five-and-a-half-month missions on the orbital outpost.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2017_1103_Space%20Station%20Crew%20Members%20Discuss%20Life%20in%20Space%20with%20Media.html
New Virtual Reality Website Lets You Explore Mars Without Leaving Home
Google and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's OnSight software teamed up to create a virtual reality tour of Mars using images and information collected by the Curiosity Rover.
What's Up for November 2017
Catch planet pairs and watch the moon pass stellar superstars! See Jupiter and Venus at dawn, the Moon shine near star clusters, and meteor activity all month long. For more astronomy events near you, check out https://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/ .
Senator Nelson Doesn't Pull Punches in NASA Administrator Confirmation Hearing
Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) gives his opening comments, where he questions Representative (R-OK 1st District) Jim Brindenstine's ability to lead NASA due to his lack of experience and past divisive comments. -- Watch the hearing live now: https://goo.gl/ZhUWeiCredit: NASA
NASA Releases Unearthly Halloween 2017 Playlist
NASA scientists put together a playlist called "Spooky Sounds From Across the Solar System" just in time for Halloween.
Space Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with California Students
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik and Flight Engineer Joe Acaba of NASA discussed life and research on the outpost during an in-flight educational event Oct. 30 with students at the Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, California. Acaba, who is a native of southern California, and Bresnik are in various stages of their respective five-and-a half-month missions on the orbital laboratory.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NHQ_2017_1030_Space Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with California Students.html
Happy Halloween from NASA
If school wasn’t scary enough… here is a spooky/amusing take on watching a classroom film on Halloween.
NASA wishes you a safe and happy Halloween
NASA Says Signs Point To Ancient Ocean Remnants On Dwarf Planet Ceres
NASA says there may have been a global ocean on Ceres in the past.
James Webb Space Telescope Laser-Focused Sight
About 1 million miles away from the nearest eye surgeon, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will be able to perfect its own vision while in orbit.Though the Webb telescope will focus on stars and galaxies approximately 13.5 billion light-years away, its sight goes through a similar process as you would if you underwent laser vision correction surgery to be able to focus on an object 10 feet across the room. In orbit at Earth’s second Lagrange point (L2), far from the help of a terrestrial doctor, Webb will use its near-infrared camera (NIRCam) instrument to help align its primary mirror segments about 40 days after launch, once they have unfolded from their unaligned stowed position and cooled to their operating temperatures.Laser vision correction surgery reshapes the cornea of the eye to remove imperfections that cause vision problems like nearsightedness. The cornea is the surface of the eye; it helps focus rays of light on the retina at the back of the eye, and though it appears to be uniform and smooth, it can be misshapen and pockmarked with dents, dimples, and other imperfections that can affect a person’s sight. The relative positioning of Webb’s primary mirror segments after launch will be the equivalent of these corneal imperfections, and engineers on Earth will need to make corrections to the mirrors’ positions to bring them into alignment, ensuring they will produce sharp, focused images.Read more: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/james-webb-space-telescope-s-laser-focused-sightCredit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center:
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Space Station Commander Discusses Life in Space with Ukrainian Students
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik of NASA discussed life and research aboard the orbital laboratory during an in-flight question and answer session Oct. 25 with Ukrainian students gathered at the America House in Kiev, Ukraine and other Ukrainian students tied in to the event from other locations. Participating in the event in Kiev was the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NHQ_2017_1025_Space%20Station%20Commander%20Discusses%20Life%20in%20Space%20with%20Ukrainian%20Students.html
NASA Might Send a Helicopter to Mars
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Space Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with Georgia Students
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik and Flight Engineers Joe Acaba and Mark Vande Hei of NASA discussed life and research aboard the orbital outpost during an in-flight educational event Oct. 23 with students at the New Prospect Elementary School in Alpharetta, Georgia. The crew members are in various stages of their five and a half month missions on the orbital complex.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NHQ_2017_1023_Space%20Station%20Crew%20Discusses%20Life%20in%20Space%20with%20Georgia%20Students.html
NASA Spacecraft Catches The Sun Getting Photobombed By The Moon
The moon recently got in the way of a NASA spacecraft's view of the sun.
ARCHIVE: US Spacewalk #46 Outside Space Station
US Astronauts Randy Bresnik and Joseph M. Acaba are set to venture outside the International Space Station for a 6.5 hour spacewalk to maintain the Station's Robotic Arm as well as replace several cameras that are showing poor image quality.The spacewalk will begin at 12:05 UTC.
Space Station Crew Completes a Trio of October Spacewalks
Outside the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik and Flight Engineer Joe Acaba of NASA conducted a spacewalk Oct. 20 to continue upgrades to and maintenance of station hardware. It was the third spacewalk in two weeks for Expedition 53 crewmembers outside the Quest airlock. During the excursion, Bresnik and Acaba replaced a failed camera light on the new Latching End Effector “hand” on the Canadarm2 robotic arm, installed a new high definition camera on the starboard truss of the complex, replaced a fuse on the Dextre Special Dexterous Manipulator attachment for the arm and removed thermal blankets from two spare electrical routing units for future robotic replacement work, if required. It was the fifth spacewalk in Bresnik’s career and the third for Acaba.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NHQ_2017_1020_ISS%20Expedition%2053%20U.S.%20Spacewalk.html
NASA Tests RS-25 Flight Engine for Space Launch System
Engineers at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi on Oct. 19 completed a hot-fire test of RS-25 rocket engine E2063, a flight engine for NASA’s new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. Engine E2063 is scheduled to help power SLS on its Exploration Mission-2 (EM-2), the first flight of the new rocket to carry humans.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NASA%20Tests%20RS-25%20Flight%20Engine%20for%20Space%20Launch%20System.html
Scott Kelly's year in space
In 2015 veteran NASA astronaut Scott Kelly embarked on a historic mission, blasting into orbit to begin his record-setting, 340-day mission to help study the effects of long-term space flight on the human body. Kelly worked on more than 400 scientific studies and conducted three spacewalks before returning to Earth in March 2016. His new book, "Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery," reflects on his time with NASA and his year in orbit.Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE
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The U.S. & Russia Are Building a Deep Space Gateway, Here's What You Need to Know
The U.S. and Russia have announced plans to put a new structure in the orbit of the moon. What will it look like?What Could NASA Do With Double The Budget? - https://youtu.be/mhTXkcLfj_gRead More:Russia and US will cooperate to build moon's first space station
"Russia and the United States have agreed to cooperate on a Nasa-led programme to build the first lunar space station, part of a long-term project to send humans to Mars. The US space agency said earlier this year that it was exploring a programme called the Deep Space Gateway, a multi-stage project to push further into the solar system."Vice President Mike Pence Says NASA's Going Back to the Moon
"The Trump administration is committed to sending astronauts to the moon as part of a broader push to prioritize human spaceflight and firm up US dominance in the final frontier, Vice President Mike Pence said."Elon Musk Plans to Send Crewed Missions to Mars in 2024
"SpaceX aims to launch its first cargo mission to Mars in 2022 and send people toward the Red Planet just two years after that. Those are just two of the highlights of the company's current Mars-colonization plan, which SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk unveiled early Friday morning EDT (Sept. 29) at the 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia."____________________Seeker inspires us to see the world through the lens of science and evokes a sense of curiosity, optimism and adventure.Visit the Seeker website http://www.seeker.com/shows/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=seekerSubscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannelSeeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seekerTrace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguezSeeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/Seeker http://www.seeker.com/This episode of Seeker was written and hosted by Trace Dominguez
Pushing the Envelope
The first generation X-1 aircraft changed aviation history in numerous ways, and not simply because they were the first aircraft to fly faster than the speed of sound. Rather, they established the concept of the research aircraft, built solely for experimental purposes.
NASA continues this legacy of experimental aircraft today.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NHQ_2017_1012_Pushing%20the%20Envelope.html
Next Space Station Crew Previews Mission
NASA astronaut Scott Tingle and crewmates Anton Shkaplerov of the Russian space agency Roscosmos and Norishege Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) discussed their upcoming mission to the International Space Station in a news conference on Oct. 11 at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Tingle, Shkaplerov and Kanai will launch to the space station aboard the Soyuz MS-07 spacecraft on Dec. 17 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. They will join the station’s Expedition 54 crew, and return to Earth in April 2018 as members of Expedition 55. During a planned four-month mission, the station crew members will take part in about 250 research investigations and technology demonstrations not possible on Earth in order to advance scientific knowledge of Earth, space, physical and biological sciences. Science conducted on the space station continues to yield benefits for humanity and will enable future long-duration human and robotic exploration into deep space, including missions past the Moon and Mars. This will be the first spaceflight for Tingle and Kanai, and the third for Shkaplerov.This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NHQ_2017_1011_Next%20Space%20Station%20Crew%20Previews%20Mission.html
Learn All About the Mission to Send Man to the Moon
Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy on July 16, 1969, sending three Americans to the Moon. Learn all about the Apollo program.More info: airandspace.si.edu/stem-30
31. Future American Leadership in Space
The National Space Council's inaugural meeting, proposed changes to commercial space regulators, the schedule slip for James Webb Space Telescope. All that and more on your favorite weekly space podcast. Places to Donate for Hurricane IrmaAmerican Red Cross: Usually the first group people think of when giving after a disaster. It says it is providing shelters for those displaced by Irma, and it has thousands of volunteers on the ground in the state.Global Giving: A charity crowdfunding site that is attempting to raise $2 million to be used exclusively for local relief and recovery efforts.Airbnb: The hospitality company is working to coordinate people in need of a place to stay with people willing to offer a free room. Links:Latest from WashingtonGAO releases report, recommendations for FAA ASTSpace News Highlight of the WeekWatch the whole NSpC MeetingNASA Statement on National Space Council Policy for Future American Leadership in SpaceMoon before Mars is now our national policy International NewsNASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to be Launched Spring 2019 Latest in TechMedia Accreditation Opens for Launch of NOAA’s JPSS-1 SatelliteComing Soon to SpaceStar Wars: The Last Jedi PosterStar Wars Trailer! Follow Ad Astra on Twitter at @AdAstra_Podcast, on Facebook, and subscribe to the mailing list for future updates and events!
International Space Station: Spacewalk With NASA Astronauts Randy Bresnik & Mark Vande Hei | TIME
Spacewalk: NASA astronauts Randy Bresnik and Mark Vande Hei perform spacewalk.
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Fascinating High-Altitude ‘Flashes and Glows’ Studied by NASA
NASA is studying Transient Luminous Events (TLEs) such as Blue Jets and Sprites from high above the clouds on the International Space Station. Learn more about it in the latest installment of the Science@NASA series.Credit: NASA