Sebastien Clarke

December 13, 2014

Outer-space delivery service offers ‘moon mail’ to fund lunar rover

PITTSBURGH – An outer-space delivery firm that is working with Carnegie Mellon University to put a privately owned lunar rover on the moon is offering to […]
December 12, 2014

Apollo 17 and the Case for Returning to the Moon

It’s been two generations since the moon was eclipsed in NASA’s priorities Richard Nixon was a lunar buzzkill—but at least he was honest about it. During […]
December 11, 2014

NASA's New Space Launch System Mega Rocket Won't Fly Until 2018

NASA’s new mega rocket will likely not make its first test launch until at least mid-2018, a top agency official told a U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday. […]
December 10, 2014

Phew! Giant Asteroid Not a Threat to Earth, NASA Says

Claims that Russian scientists have discovered a huge asteroid that could threaten Earth in the near future are just not correct, according to NASA. Recent news reports from […]
December 9, 2014

Curiosity Mars rover 'solves mountain riddle'

Scientists working on Nasa’s Curiosity rover think they can now explain why there is a huge mountain at the robot’s landing site in Mars’s Gale Crater. […]
December 8, 2014

After 9-year journey, NASA spacecraft awakes to begin Pluto mission

A spacecraft travelling more than 4.6 billion kilometres from Earth has been brought out of “hibernation” as NASA prepares for its planned encounter with Pluto in […]
December 7, 2014

NASA craft to probe Pluto after nine-year journey

Washington (AFP) – An American probe that will explore Pluto woke up from its slumber Saturday, after a nine-year journey to take a close look at […]
December 6, 2014

NASA's Orion successfully completes historic test flight

Cape Canaveral, Florida: A NASA spacecraft designed to one day fly astronauts to Mars has made a near-bullseye splashdown in the Pacific Ocean, wrapping up a flawless, […]
December 5, 2014

Liftoff: NASA's Orion spacecraft launched into orbit

The Orion capsule launched into space on Friday morning, taking the United States on its first step in a long journey that could one day take […]