Archive | Research

grace

SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule suffers 'anomaly' in testing

The anomaly that occurred at the company's facilities at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station resulted in large plumes of smoke. It says it is inv...

Read more
grace

US astronaut to spend 11 months in space, set female record

The record set by staying on the ISS for that length of time will eclipse the previous female record held by former NASA astronaut Peggy Whits...

Read more
grace

Soundgarden Fans Petition To Name Newly-Photographed Black Hole After Chris Cornell

The fact that black holes do not allow light to escape makes viewing them hard. Now, a group of longtime fans have started a petition to name ...

Read more
grace

Do not miss the gorgeous 'Pink Moon' this Friday

For about an hour, the sun and moon will both appear in the sky. The rules date from the First Council of Nicaea in 325BC, with the council de...

Read more
grace

The World's First Photo of a Black Hole

And it looks, perhaps unsurprisingly, exactly as scientists predicted. Professor Heino Falcke, Radboud University in the Netherlands, the pers...

Read more
grace

A Pink Moon Is Coming This Month-Here’s What’s Special About It

Will the moon turn to complete pink color on April Full Moon? This week will see a so-called " Pink Moon " rising over the skies of the UK. ...

Read more
grace

SpaceX booster accidentally falls into ocean after rough conditions

SpaceX's first successful commercial mission came off nearly without a hitch last week. " Over the weekend, due to rough sea conditions, Sp...

Read more
grace

These people super-glued themselves to a train to protest climate change

Two environmental activists climbed onto the roof of a train in London's Canary Wharf financial district on Wednesday as part of a third day...

Read more
grace

After Beresheet's Crash, SpaceIL Set To Build And Launch Second Moon Lander

Despite this disappointing incident, the team behind the Beresheet mission will try again, so Israel can be the fourth nation to accomplish a ...

Read more
grace

Elon Musk's SpaceX sends world's most powerful rocket on first commercial flight

Two of the three cores of the SpaceX Falcon 9 Heavy rocket return to Landing Zones 1 and 2 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. on ...

Read more
grace

Watching Falcon Heavy Land is a Glimpse at the Future of Spaceflight

This successful landing of the three rocket parts represents a new step in the trajectory of the company, owned by billionaire busineesman Elon...

Read more
grace

Fossils of extinct human species found

Mr Detroit said it is not clear how H luzonensis is related to other species of Homo . Prof Chris Stringer , from London's Natural History...

Read more
grace

The Woman Behind The First Ever Black Hole Photo

Once the algorithm had been built, Bouman worked with dozens of EHT researchers for a further two years developing and testing how the imaging o...

Read more
grace

Falcon Heavy launch delayed again, now targeted for Thursday evening

Now, SpaceX is hoping that the fourth time is the charm, and it has another launch window scheduled for today at 6:35 p.m. EST. "Three for three...

Read more
grace

First black hole picture released

What she and a large team of scientists from MIT, Harvard, and other universities had seen was the first-ever image of a cosmic black hole 53 mi...

Read more
grace

Israel's Beresheet spaceship CRASHES on Moon - DISASTER for Israel Space Agency

Besides trying to win the X-Prize, the SpaceIL effort was also meant to inspire Israelis and others to study science, technology, engineering, a...

Read more

Meet the Hoosier whose code captured first black hole image

Katie Bouman, a computer scientist, took the lead on creating the algorithm that made it possible to take the photo 55 million light-years away ...

Read more
grace

Adani's Australian coal mine wins further environmental approval

The project "must meet further stringent conditions of approval from the Commonwealth before it can begin producing coal", Price said. The Aus...

Read more

Israeli space probe makes moon manoeuvre

SpaceIL's next objective is to reduce the size of Beresheet's lunar orbit with successive burns to the point where it can safely make a single ...

Read more
grace

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy will now fly on Wednesday, hopefully

The rocket launch was postponed from early April due to unspecified concerns, and then postponed again just this week due to weather. Falcon H...

Read more
grace

Backed Aurora Experiment Adds Eerie Extra Dimension to Polar Light Show

But extraterrestrials weren't behind the demonstration. On April 5, 2019 , the mission was successfully conducted from the Andøya Space Cen...

Read more
grace

The International Space Station Is Invested With ‘Disease-Inducing’ Bacteria

Microbes are everywhere here on Earth, and not all of them are bad, but some of those discovered on board the ISS, including Staphylococcus an...

Read more
grace

We're About To Get Our First Ever Picture Of A Black Hole

The new findings will test legendary physicist Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity, according to EHT project astrophysicist Dimitri...

Read more
grace

Japanese spacecraft 'bombs' asteroid in scientific mission

Friday's mission was incredibly risky for Hayabusa2 as it had to immediately move to hide on the other side the asteroid in order to shield ...

Read more
grace

Debris from anti-satellite test no danger to ISS, India says

Satheesh Reddy on Friday allayed the concerns expressed by NASA on debris by India" Anti-Satellite missile test "Mission Shakti' hitting the I...

Read more
grace

Record 17 foot long python captured in Florida

The record setting python is held by a team of four hunters who captured the largest female snake at Big Cypress National Preserve . A team a...

Read more
grace

SpaceX Successfully Test-Fires Its 'Starhopper' Prototype Spacecraft In Texas

While details about the Starhopper test have been kept under wraps, anticipation has remained high in recent weeks as SpaceX outfitted the proto...

Read more
grace

Japan space probe drops explosive on asteroid to make crater

Japan's space agency JAXA said its Hayabusa2 spacecraft successfully dropped the " small carry-on impactor " made of copper onto the asteroid...

Read more
grace

South Asia / Children in South Asia hit by air pollution

The reports brought to the fore ten countries with the highest mortality burden in 2017, China (1.2 million), India (1.2 million), Pakistan (128...

Read more
grace

U.S. downplays NASA's criticism of India over space debris — ASAT

A day after NASA branded India's anti-satellite missile (ASAT) test as a "terrible thing", the US State Department said it was an important ...

Read more