Sebastien Clarke

July 28, 2013

ISS Astronauts Control Rover On Earth In Telerobotics Test

A new program currently being tested by NASA would make it possible for an astronaut onboard an orbiting spacecraft to remotely operate a robot on a planet’s surface. […]
July 28, 2013

Space art collection at Smithsonian shows NASA's creativity

WASHINGTON — The familiar exteriors of astronauts’ spacesuits often hide all of the ingenuity and mechanics that are built inside the suits, which were first imagined […]
July 27, 2013

NASA Scientist to Scour Kepler Data in Search of Alien Technologies

The Kepler space telescope may be dead in the water, er space, but the data it has collected over the years lives on. A new initiative is […]
July 27, 2013

NASA Gets 402 Ideas for Dealing With Asteroids

NASA received 402 ideas for finding asteroids that may be on a collision course with Earth and for relocating a small asteroid into an orbit around […]
July 26, 2013

Flawless Launch of Alphasat

Alphasat, Europe’s largest and most sophisticated telecommunications satellite, was launched into its planned orbit today from Kourou, French Guiana. The Ariane 5 ECA rocket, operated by […]
July 26, 2013

NASA's Mars Rover Makes Longest One-Day Trek

A robot driving 100 meters in a day can seem like mechanical snail. The world’s fastest human sprinters, after all, cover the same ground in less […]
July 24, 2013

Gravity Trailer (NEW)

Gravity is an upcoming techno-thriller film co-written, co-produced, co-edited and directed by Alfonso Cuarón. The film stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as surviving astronauts in a damaged space station. Cuarón wrote the screenplay […]
July 24, 2013

UK team designs human mission to Mars

Scientists at Imperial College London have designed a concept mission to land astronauts on Mars. The plan envisages a three-person crew journeying to Mars aboard a […]
July 24, 2013

NASA Mishap Panel to Investigate Aborted Spacewalk

NASA has created an expert panel to investigate what went wrong during a July 16 spacewalk that had to be cut short when water began filling […]