Tag: NASA

New Comet May Outshine Moon

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An exciting piece of news from over at Geekologie. A new comet, which has been discovered near Saturn, could become one of the brightest ever recorded when it speeds past the Sun in late 2013/early 2014. The comet, entitled Comet […]

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NASA Working On Warp Drive

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In the second of today’s new technology stories, it’s the exciting news that NASA have begun work on warp drive.   [quote]Perhaps a Star Trek experience within our lifetime is not such a remote possibility.”[/quote] – Dr. Harold White. It would appear […]

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Endeavour’s Last Flight HD

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A really nice video taken from Gizmodo, with some gorgeous shots of the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s last flight in California. The video is shot using a RED Epic camera at 5K resolution with Canon 800mm 5.6 lens in slow motion—-96 frames […]

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Martian Spheres Puzzle Experts

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The discovery of a collection of strange spherical objects on Mars has caused a stir over at NASA. Despite all the fuss made over the Curiosity rover in recent months, the discovery has actually come from earlier rover Opportunity.   The strange spheres […]

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HD Curiosity Descent (30 FPS)

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Someone with apparently too much time on their hands has spent four weeks putting together an HD video of NASA’s Curiosity rover’s descent.  He’s retouched the original footage, upping the quality considerably, and adding in some fake sound effects for […]

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Obama In Armstrong Tribute

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From the BBC: US President Barack Obama has led tributes to astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon, who died on Saturday at the age of 82. Mr Obama said on his Twitter feed: “Neil Armstrong was a hero […]

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Curiosity Descent in HD

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A high-definition video, created from picture stills as Curiosity made its descent towards Mars, has been released on YouTube. As one of the top commenters stated, for some reason, you expect there to be sound! Even without it, it’s quite […]

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