For the first time in Earth’s 4.5-billion-year history, the main factors determining the stability of its systems are no longer the planet’s distance from the sun or the strength or frequency of its volcanic eruptions; they are economics, politics and ...
Japan Times · 52 minutes ago
Animal life was no where to be found. Civilization faded into the rear-view ... It's a nice resume item when it comes time for a manned mission to the red planet — even more feasible after the revelation last month that flowing water likely exists ...
Merced Sun-Star · 3 hours ago
NASA mission
No one had ever lost 26 satellites at once until ... can resolve objects on the ground as small as 2.4 meters, or 7.9 feet. Planet Labs plans to eventually deploy a larger fleet in sun-synchronous orbit, which is better …
Spaceflight Now · ByStephen Clark · 9/20/2015
It has seen interesting things, including HD 189733b, a planet about 63 light-years (370 trillion miles ... In 2018, Webb will be situated 940,000 miles from Earth, orbiting the sun in tandem with Earth, to continue investigating our place in the universe.
Lowell Sun · 1 hour ago
Hubble telescope
All things must pass and no season lasts forever ... with every revolution of this home planet, and its breath has a chill to it that wasn’t there a few short weeks ago. As the days grow shorter the sun loses its fierce …
Fond du Lac Reporter · 10/3/2015
Jessica Chastain’s guilt-ridden Melissa Lewis now leads her crew safely to their spaceship, which heads home to Planet Earth. During that odyssey ... concerned with his fate as the story unfolds. No worries.
Toronto Sun · 10/1/2015
No! Did the president of the United States make a prime-time ... up something that happened on Mars that will help advance their left-wing agenda on this planet?” Huh? NASA has a left-wing agenda on this planet? NASA has enough money to have an …
Las Vegas Sun · 3 hours ago
The sun was smaller and dimmer then ... Mars was transformed into the bone dry, frozen, rusty planet we see today. There is no chance our own world will follow suit. We only have to look at our nearest planetary neighbor to prove this.
Daily Kos · 13 hours ago
The planet would never be the same. Debris from the impact went flying into the air, forming clouds so thick they blocked out the sun. Earthquakes shook the ground ... And although it was only about three feet long and no more intimidating than a beaver ...
Washington Post · 12 minutes ago
The Martian stars Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded on the red planet, almost surely doomed ... There's one obvious stopping point between the third and fourth rocks from the sun: The moon. Cooke says it could …
New Zealand Herald · 8 hours ago