Sebastien Clarke

April 6, 2013

NASA planners slip first ISS commercial crew mission to late 2017

The first NASA crew to ride to the International Space Station on a commercial spacecraft may have to wait until at least the end of 2017, […]
April 5, 2013

NASA puts Mars rover on a month-long hiatus

For the first time since its descent onto the red planet, the Mars rover Curiosity is getting a little alone time. The rover and NASA scientists are having a […]
April 5, 2013

Incredibly old supernova could explain EVERYTHING

NASA’s Hubble telescope has spotted the most distant massive star explosion of its kind ever, one which could help boffins understand the very fabric of the […]
April 5, 2013

How The World Will End, According To 1939

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. The scientists of 1939 would like to add “moon explosion” and “giant meteor” to […]
April 4, 2013

The James Webb Space Telescope, Ready To Be Frozen

It’s cold up there in space, so before the James Webb Space Telescope gets sent up there, NASA scientists are putting it through its paces, locking […]
April 4, 2013

Astronaut.com Takes Flight at the Symposium (PRESS RELEASE)

Parsippany, NJ (April 3, 2013) — Astronaut.com, where Science-Fiction meets Reality, is a website dedicated to bringing together all elements of space and sci-fi to your […]
April 4, 2013

Upstart Company Wants to Deliver Your Stuff to the Moon

“I believe the first trillionaires will come from space,” said entrepreneur Bob Richards, clutching a small plastic model of the moon he was given as a gift. Richards, […]
April 4, 2013

Dark Matter Found? Orbital Experiment Detects Hints

A $2 billion particle detector attached to the International Space Station has detected the potential signature of dark matter annihilation in the Cosmos, scientists have announced […]
April 4, 2013

Curiosity's Parachute Flaps in the Martian Wind

When NASA’s rover Curiosity entered the Martian atmosphere to begin its famous “7 minutes of terror,” one component of its entry, descent and landing (EDL) included […]