Read Time: 7 minutes While we wait to hear back from the Opportunity Rover, let’s take a closer look at her journey to-date. The little rover taught us a lot over the years.
Space. The final frontier is in our grasp now more than ever.
In the last fifty years, we’ve put a man into orbit, set foot on the moon, launched countless satellites into orbit and beyond. We’ve learned more about planets within our solar system and celestial bodies outside of its gravitational pull. NASA, JAXA, ESA and Roscosmos inspire new generations to explore space with every successful mission and newly completely equipment. With the help of private space companies Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, SpaceX and others pave the way for the dawn of a new space race. Where will we boldly go next? What have we already accomplished? Where will the future of space travel take us?
Still not convinced that space is exciting? This article about space exploration might just inspire you. Check back here for the latest news in space exploration or catch up on the latest intel from the Juno Mission today.
Read Time: 4 minutes Let’s take a closer look at the neutrino detector that discovered these ghost particles and what it might mean for the future of astronomy.
Read Time: 4 minutes The Parker Space Probe is one of the newest probes in our fleet, & NASA will launch soon. Where is it going, & what do we hope to learn from the mission?
Read Time: 4 minutes Can you tell the difference between asteroids, meteors and comets? Keep reading to learn what makes these objects unique.
Read Time: 3 minutes How could facial recognition be used in astronomy? What can deep learning program teach us about our nearest intergalactic neighbors?
Read Time: 4 minutes One of the most exciting exoplanet discoveries in recent years is the TRAPPIST-1 System — anywhere from five to seven planets orbiting a sun, with at least a few of them in the star’s habitable zone. Is it possible for a system like this to be too good to be true? Could a planet have too much water to support life?
Read Time: 3 minutes With no water, a thin atmosphere and dust storms that can last for months, Mars sin’t exactly conducive to the development of life. But despite the harsh environment, scientists have found organic materials on Mars. How did we find organic materials & how did it get there in the first place?