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October 18, 2013

Expedition 38/39 Crew Undergoes Final Training Outside Moscow

Expedition 38/39 Soyuz Commander Mikhail Tyurin of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), NASA Flight Engineer Rick Mastracchio and Flight Engineer Koichi Wakata of the Japan […]
October 18, 2013

Astronomers discover a massive asteroid that could hit us in 2032

Mark August 26th, 2032 on your calendar, folks. Ukrainian astronomers have just detected a 1,350-foot-wide (410 meter) minor planet that’s headed our way. The impact risk […]
October 17, 2013

SpaceX rocket could see first Spaceport America launch in December

A SpaceX rocket could have its first test flight from Spaceport America by the end of the year, the CEO of the company said Wednesday during […]
October 17, 2013

Vast meteorite pulled from Russian lake, breaks up

You never know what you’re going to find at the bottom of a lake. But in the case of Lake Cherbakul in Central Russia, there’s a […]
October 16, 2013

Re-live Felix Baumgartner's skydive

It has been a year since Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner jumped from the edge of space in a historic skydive that saw him plummet 127,851 feet, […]
October 15, 2013

China Readies Moon Rover for December Launch

As China marks the 10-year anniversary of its first manned spaceflight, the nation is gearing up to launch its most complex robotic mission to the moon […]
October 14, 2013

Former Water World Discovered In Deep Space

Astrophysicists from the universities of Warwick and Cambridge in the UK have found evidence of what was once a water-rich rocky planet outside our solar system, […]
October 11, 2013

Scott Carpenter, Astronaut & Space Pioneer, dies

One of the original Mercury 7 astronauts, died Thursday, Oct. 10. Malcolm Scott Carpenter was 88. Carpenter was the second American to orbit the Earth and the […]
October 9, 2013

Neptune's Lost Moon Naiad Swims Back Into View

Object: Neptune’s tiny moon, Naiad Size: 100 kilometres across Favourite game: Hide and seek Neptune’s moon Naiad is a coy sprite. The small moon kept close […]