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NASA’s latest invention ideas

Published on 04/14/2019 @ 1 AM EST
Highlighting 18 new projects, NASA is working on a self-healing spacesuit, power-beaming landers for Venus, and spider-inspired micro-probes.

SpaceX and NASA will work together

Published on 04/13/2019 @ 1 AM EST
The two space programs will work jointly to redirect an asteroid in June 2021. The DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) will launch to send a satellite into the side of the Didymos asteroid in order to offset its path.

The first photo of a black hole

Published on 04/10/2019 @ 9 AM EST
The first published photo of a black hole is here. M87, a galaxy in the Virgo constellation, is home to a black hole 500 million trillion kilometers away. At 40 billion km across, it’s larger than our entire solar system and an incredible 3 million times larger than our planet and its mass is 6.5 billion times that of the sun.

Amazon to join internet space race

Published on 04/06/2019 @ 1 AM EST
Thanks to recent filings from Amazon, it’s clear the tech giant is looking into launching a constellation of 3,236 internet-distributing satellites into space. Referred to as Project Kuiper, the satellites would hover at three different altitudes and, therefore, provide 95% of the world’s population with internet access.

The speed of light x30

Published on 04/06/2019 @ 1 AM EST
UCF scientists are toying with the idea of speeding up the speed of light by 30 times or even have it travel backward. It works by entering the light pulse and reorganizing its energy, according to researcher Ayman Abouraddy.

NASA has a Mars helicopter ready for liftoff

Published on 03/30/2019 @ 2 AM EST
With a 2020 launch date, the Mars Helicopter will be joining the Mars Rover to the Red Planet. It will move faster than the Rover at finding more landing sites. Plus, the NASA team will see how it functions to better design aircraft for future missions.