Sebastien Clarke

November 21, 2015

NASA’s Orion spacecraft gets new silver heat shield for deep space trips

NASA is upgrading its Orion spacecraft, a deep-space capsule which may one day take men all the way to Mars, with a new silver heat shield. […]
November 21, 2015

NASA orders first crewed mission from SpaceX to the ISS

NASA has officially ordered its first commercial crew mission from private spaceflight company SpaceX. That means SpaceX has NASA’s authority to proceed with the first crewed launch of […]
November 20, 2015

Scott Kelly Twitter photos have UFO hunters buzzing

Scott Kelly has been in space for 236 days as of Thursday and has become well known for his out-of-this-world photographs of the Earth during his […]
November 19, 2015

NASA invests further in 'humanoid robots' with MIT

NASA is known for their futuristic technology and they haven’t failed scifi fans with this one. The space agency took to social media today to boast […]
November 19, 2015

Scientists watch cosmic dust transform into newborn planet

The primordial process that turns enormous clouds of cosmic dust into newborn planets over millions of years has been observed directly for the first time. Astronomers […]
November 18, 2015

Astronaut tweets shot of 'UFO' taken from International Space Station

Alien believers claim US astronaut Scott Kelly, who is the first person to attempt to spend a year in orbit, was “trying to tell the world […]
November 17, 2015

UFO fanatics spot ancient god on Mars

You saw the “thigh bone” on Mars. Your mouth watered over the possibility of an alien “jelly doughnut.” You marveled at the mysterious woman in a dress. Now meet the […]
November 17, 2015

Power cut on international space station can't be repaired until 2016

The International Space Station has had a power cut and spacewalking repairs may be needed once a replacement part can be delivered by rocket. Nasa said on Monday […]
November 16, 2015

construction begins on the giant magellan telescope

You can get a great view of the stars in the Atacama Desert in Chile. There’s seldom a rain cloud in the sky (it’s one of […]