Philae has gone to Sleep

panorama of the surface of the Comet

Philae has gone to sleep, its batteries have drained, scientists collected as much science out of the small lander as possible.

By |November 15, 2014|Categories: Astronomy, Space

Philae Attempting Comet Nucleus Landing Live

Philae Landing on comet

Watch Rosetta’s lander Philae attempting comet nucleus landing, Live by ESA.

Update: Philae has landed to Comet’s surface at 16:02 GMT !! A great success for ESA and humanity!

Update: The Philae lander has separated from the Rosetta orbiter, and is now on its way to becoming the first spacecraft to touch down …

By |November 12, 2014|Categories: Space

Watch Comet landing live online

Comet landing live

NASA’s live coverage of the first landing on a comet begins at 9 a.m. EST (14 UTC) on Wednesday.

By |November 11, 2014|Categories: Space

Elon Musk will build 700 satellites to provide worldwide internet

satellites to provide worldwide internet

Elon Musk is planning to build 700 cheap satellites to provide worldwide internet.   Image © NASA

By |November 11, 2014|Categories: Computers, Space

A mash up of scenes from Space movies

scenes from Space movies

A stunning mash up of scenes from Space movies, by MOVIECLIPS Trailers, that puts together scenes from the best Space films ever made.   Watch the video…

By |November 10, 2014|Categories: Entertainment news, Space

3D-printing a Lunar base

Lunar base by Foster+Partners

Astronauts will be 3D-printing a Lunar base rather than building it, according to a proposal from Foster+Partners in collaboration with ESA.   Watch the new video…

By |November 10, 2014|Categories: Space

Astronaut’s journey to space

journey to space

What does astronaut see from up there? From the blue water of oceans, the red soil of Africa, to the green lights of the Poles and yellow light of human activity… Something astoundingly beautiful and strange at the same time.   Watch the video…

By |November 8, 2014|Categories: Space

Water Bubble in Space

Water Bubble in ISS

Space Station Astronauts grow a water bubble in Space, during Expedition 40 in the summer of 2014,  exploring the phenomenon of water surface tension in microgravity on the ISS.   Watch the amazing water bubble in the video…

By |November 6, 2014|Categories: Space

Living on Mars


The Earth won’t live forever. Our precious planet is the only home we’ve ever known and it’s treated us well so far. But what will happen when an apocalyptic asteroid, or some horrifying disaster we don’t even know about yet, strike us?   Watch the video Living on Mars

By |November 4, 2014|Categories: Space

Proving Laws of Gravity in world’s largest Vacuum Chamber

Proving Laws of Gravity in world's largest Vacuum Chamber

Stunning video reveals NASA”s world biggest vacuum chamber that replicates space, where according to Laws of Gravity, bowling balls and feathers ‘weigh’ the same.

By |November 4, 2014|Categories: Physics, Space
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