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SpaceX successfully launches first manned spaceflight

SpaceX successfully launched its first manned mission at 19:22 UTC today from Cape Canaveral, Florida with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley in a Crew Dragon capsule atop a Falcon 9 Rocket. The event marks the first time a crewed rocket was launched from United States soil since NASA’s final Space Shuttle mission in […]Read More


NASA Astrobiologist Claims HIDDEN Life on MARS Exists

Humans have been searching for signs of alien life throughout the universe, including on the Red Planet. Some astrobiologists theorise that ancient Mars presented an even more suitable environment for life than the younger version of the Earth. Assuming the Red Planet was once a habitat where life was able to thrive, this means it […]Read More


NASA and Google found first solar system to have 8

Today NASA and Google found another planet in the Kepler-90 solar system, making it a solar system with eight planets, just like ours. According to Business Insider: That finding is due to the discovery of a new planet, Kepler-90i — a hot, rocky orb circling a sun-like star called Kepler-90, which is 2,545 light-years from […]Read More


NASA releases first topographical map of Mercury

On May 7th, 2016, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released the first ever global digital elevation model (DEM) of Mercury. The DEM was created using data gathered by NASA’s MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft, including over 100,000 photographs, and shows a variety of Mercury’s topographical features including the planet’s […]Read More


Thais troll Nasa’s live stream

As the international community tuned in to the live stream of NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft’s flyby of Pluto on Tuesday evening, troll posters from Thailand added nuisance comments that disrupted coverage of the historic mission. “I think Thaksin has already bought the universe?” one internet user wrote in Thai on Nasa’s YouTube page, as Charles […]Read More


Government welcomes NASA project on Thai soil

BANGKOK, Oct 4 – Defence Minister Sukumpol Suwanatat affirmed today that Thailand is willing to permit the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to use U-tapao military airport in Rayong as a springboard for climate studies. He said an agreement on the studies, which will last three months, will be disclosed to the public, […]Read More