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Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.

Reid Moore9 months ago
Triangle UFO Filmed Flying Across the Moon?
A UFO sighting on the Moon is making the rounds in Europe with photos taken by an amateur astronomer showing what looks like a black triangle spacecraft hovering above the surface of the Moon. The pho...
AstroReality 9 months ago
10 Facts About Earth's Moon You Probably Didn’t Know About
At one point or another, everyone has looked up at the night sky, seen the moon, and wondered what it would be like to take a walk on the lunar surface. For aeons, man’s fascination with the moon serv...
Are We Alone 👀
For as long as mankind has been able to study the cosmos, we've been asking the same unanswered question... are we alone in the universe? Some believe we are indeed alone, meanwhile other people think...
Salvador Lorenz10 months ago
True Facts About Space That Movies Get Wrong All the Time
While movies tend to depict the space odyssey as a kind of epic tale in which the unattainable degrees of the cosmos and far flung worlds are inherently ignored, in real life that solar flare in deep ...
Liza Sagutoa year ago
Who Is Rocket Lab?
For decades the dream of going to space has remained that, a dream. In the world of science and technology, only a few were able to explore this frontier. But with the emergence of lower cost small satellites and increasing opportunities to reach space, a new era of smaller rockets has emerged to carry these small satellites to space. One of these companies is Rocket Lab. SmallSats and CubeSats are satellites that are much smaller than traditional satellites. SmallSats come in a variety of sizes...
Marshall Barnesa year ago
Paul Sutter (the "Spaceman") Makes My Points For Me: Why Most Physicists Know Nothing About True Time Travel Science
I think we could all agree that if someone is going to speak or write on something, then they should at least know what they're talking about, right? Well, a couple of months ago, I wrote piece for Fu...
How to Make Money Investing in the Aerospace Sector?
The Aerospace market can be divided into numerous sectors, consisting of: Military Aircrafts, Missiles, Space Aircrafts, Commercial Airlines, and General Aviation. This expansion can be attributed to ...
Liza Sagutoa year ago
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Wants to Welcome You to the Center of the Universe
On the floor of the Spaceflight Operations Facility at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory there is a plaque that boldly proclaims: “The Center of the Universe.” With large screens on the wall displaying...
Lady Sundaya year ago
The Black Knight Satellite
The history of the Black Knight Satellite, an object orbiting our planet in polar orbit, should not be so controversial. Polar orbit is an orbit that goes in the opposite direction that our planet nat...
daniel morrisa year ago
Stellar Cruise Part 5
When things finally come to a head, will the passengers and crew be ready... The Zala’s senior staff met every ship’s morning in the main conference room behind the bridge. The room was dominated by a...
Lewis Jefferiesa year ago
Water Has Been Found On Mars Causing 'Doctor Who' Fans To Go Crazy!
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has proven that water on Mars actually exists. An maging spectrometer on MRO, researchers detected signatures of hydrated minerals on slopes where mysterious s...
Lewis Jefferiesa year ago
NASA Names Pluto Craters After Star Wars, Star Trek and Doctor Who
Pluto was downgraded from a Planet to a Dwarf Planet in 2005. Pluto's surface has always been unknown. But not now. On the 14th July 2015, New Horizons spacecraft was the first to get detailed and acc...
What Was the Solar System's Mysterious Interstellar Visitor Last Week?
Last week, something unusual was detected moving through the Solar System, a small object which didn't seem to behave like any known comets or asteroids. In fact, its behaviour suggested that it origi...
Simon Mcbridea year ago
Interstellar Object
One of the first sci-fi books I ever read was Rendevzous With Rama by Arthur C. Clarke. I was only about twelve years old, and it left a lasting impression. My imagination has been running overtime fo...
Astronomers Strike Gold (Literally) in the First Observations of Gravitational Waves Produced by Colliding Neutron Stars
There was some big astronomy news this week, as astronomers announced the first direct observation of gravitational waves produced by the collision, or merging, of two neutron stars. This collision ev...
Simon Mcbridea year ago
Red Dust
Right now, Mars is waiting for our bootprints, its dust drifting on the light Martian breeze in anticipation of its settling over our habitats, coating them in red. When we reach Mars, it will not be ...
pionic a year ago
Black Holes and the True Nature of Space
These are my greetings from one hologram to another. No really, according to science there’s a strong possibility that you and I are nothing more but encoded information spread on a flat 2-dimensional...
Anya Wassenberga year ago
NASA Says Good-Bye to the Cassini Saturn Orbiter
On September 15, 2017, the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn will culminate in a dramatic and fiery collision with the planet's upper atmosphere. NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Italian Space...