Boeing Starliner joins SpaceX’s Crew Dragon at the International Space Station

Boeing’s Starliner crew capsule has successfully rendezvoused, approached, and docked with the International Space Station for the first major marking time several major milestones for NASA and its second Commercial Crew partner. Starliner’s second orbital flight test (OFT-2) began as expected with a near-flawless May 19th launch on a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V … Read more

NASA Shares Beautiful Image Of Whirlpool Galaxy, Internet Says “Can’t Divert Eyes”

The spiral galaxy was captured with Hubbles Advanced Camera for Surveys. In its 30 years of service, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has snapped millions of photographs of intriguing events. It has captured some of the most amazing views of the universe, giving space enthusiasts’ eyes a treat. Now, one such image that appears like a … Read more

A Spacecraft Just Recorded The Lunar Eclipse Like You’ve Never Witnessed It Before

A total lunar eclipse is an incredible sight. As Earth passes between the Moon and the Sun, its shadow slips across the face of our satellite so only long, red wavelengths – sunlight refracted by Earth’s atmosphere – can slip through, tinting the usually pale Moon blood-red. That’s when we see it from here, on … Read more

NASA warns deadly ‘SHARKCANO’ where mutant sharks live in an acidic undersea crater is erupting

‘Sharkcano’ is erupting! NASA satellite images capture a plume of discolored water emitting from the Kavachi Volcano where mutant sharks live in an acidic underwater crater Satellite images show a plume of discolored water being emitted from Kavachi The data suggests volvanic activity on several days in April and May 2022 Kavachi has been dubbed … Read more

Astronauts float through Boeing’s unmanned capsule

STORY: NASA Astronauts Bob Hines and Kjell Lindgren opened the hatch to the unmanned capsule at 12:04 pm EDT (1604GMT) and floated in, head-first, into the unmanned capsule, where they were greeted by “Rosie the Rocketeer” a research mannequin, dressed in a blue flight suit. The rendezvous of the gumdrop-shaped CST-100 Starliner with the orbital … Read more

In a Wild Twist, Physicists Have Revived an Alternative Theory of Gravity

Out in the dark depths of space, our models of the Universe get messy. A new study looking at the ultra-diffuse dwarf galaxy AGC 114905 has revived the controversial theory (or more accurately a hypothesis) of gravity, and given us more questions than answers about what’s making our galaxies tick. It all starts with dark … Read more