Scientists announce the discovery of startling artificial Megalithic structures found among recently released NASA / JPL photos taken by the Mars Global Surveyor and that these artificial structures are stunning proof that Mars was once inhabited by an intelligent civilization. Includes a spectacular collection of new photographs presented by Dr. Tom Van Flandern, former Chief [...]
Sea levels are rising everywhere, but in some areas they are rising quicker than others, bringing increased dangers of flooding. A new satellite — Jason 2 — has been launched to continue work to monitor the situation, providing valuable information for scientists trying to understand how ocean levels fit into the climate change puzzle.
The Paris Airshow is a giant marketplace for all things aerospace. But what drives the space industry? What’s it all about? Variously, people at the Paris Airshow said it’s a combination of applications and innovation. They said it’s global, but also fragile. To an outsider the business might look wealthy and profitable. But that is [...]
Wetlands, marshes and mangrove forests might seem simple expanses of muddy water, but are really complex eco-systems teeming with life. But the demands of mankind and global warming are threatening their very survival. In this edition of Space we look at how satellites are being used to better understand the problems and find the solutions…. [...]
Helium-3 is a very rare gas with the potential to fuel clean nuclear fusion power plants. However, one of the problems is that the nearest supply of helium-3 is on the Moon. This video by Christopher Barnatt discusses the nuclear physics, space exploration and global politics that may be involved in mining the Moon for [...]
Jupiter as seen by the space probe "Cassini". This is the most detailed global color portrait of Jupiter ever assembled. Picture by NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute Picture of the Day 14 April 2009 740×1050 Original at http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA04866 By: Trodel