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613 articles from NASA
- FRIDAY 17. MAY, 2013
02:56 Bright Explosion on the MoonNASA researchers who monitor the Moon for meteoroid impacts have detected the brightest explosion in the history of their program. It was caused by a small boulder-sized meteoroid hitting the Moon with as much energy as 5 tons of TNT.
- FRIDAY 10. MAY, 2013
18:07 Planets Aligning in the Sunset SkyMercury, Venus and Jupiter are lining up for a beautiful sunset conjunction at the end of May.
- MONDAY 6. MAY, 2013
07:05 Glow-in-the-Dark Plants on the ISS
- TUESDAY 30. APRIL, 2013
01:20 Gigantic Hurricane Spotted on SaturnNASA's Cassini spacecraft has spotted a gigantic hurricane swirling inside a mysterious, six-sided weather pattern known as "the hexagon" at Saturn's north pole.
- SATURDAY 27. APRIL, 2013
03:11 Cassini Catches Meteors Hitting Saturn's RingsNASA's Cassini spacecraft has provided the first direct evidence of small meteoroids crashing into Saturn's rings and breaking into streams of rubble.
- THURSDAY 25. APRIL, 2013
04:08 See Saturn at its Best and BrightestSaturn and Earth are having a close encounter. See the ringed planet at its best and brightest on April 28th.
- WEDNESDAY 24. APRIL, 2013
18:07 Hubble Sees Comet ISON
- FRIDAY 19. APRIL, 2013
19:24 Comet ISON Meteor ShowerA new model of the debris flowing from Comet ISON suggests that the sungrazer could dust the Earth with meteoroids in early 2014. Experts discuss the possibilities today's story from Science@NASA.
- THURSDAY 18. APRIL, 2013
21:04 Kepler Discovers Smallest 'Habitable … Zone' PlanetsNASA's Kepler mission has discovered two new planetary systems that include three super-Earth-size planets in the "habitable zone," the range of distance from a star where the surface temperature of an orbiting planet might be suitable for liquid water.
- MONDAY 15. APRIL, 2013
04:35 A Whiff of Dark Matter on the ISSA particle detector on board the International Space Station has recorded intriguing signs of Dark Matter. Researchers say that a significant advance in cosmology could be in the offing.
- FRIDAY 29. MARCH, 2013
21:47 Don't Let This Happen to Your PlanetLife as we know it doesn't thrive on planets without ozone layers, which is why the recovery of Earth's ozone layer is so important. A new instrument slated for launch to the ISS will monitor our planet's protective ozone cocoon with greater depth and precision than ever before.
- TUESDAY 26. MARCH, 2013
16:11 Collision Course? A Comet Heads for Mars
- THURSDAY 21. MARCH, 2013
15:25 Universe Older Than Previously ThoughtThe European Space Agency's Planck spacecraft has released the most detailed map ever made of the oldest light in the universe, revealing new information about its age, contents and origins.
- FRIDAY 15. MARCH, 2013
19:35 Sunset CometComet Pan-STARRS has survived its encounter with the sun and is now emerging from twilight in the sunset skies of the northern hemisphere. A NASA spacecraft has beamed back spectacular pictures of a "wild and ragged" tail behind the comet's active nucleus.
- TUESDAY 12. MARCH, 2013
19:49 Rover: Conditions Once Suited for Life on MarsAn analysis of a rock sample collected by NASA's Curiosity rover shows ancient Mars could have supported living microbes.
- SUNDAY 10. MARCH, 2013
21:55 Amplified Greenhouse Effect Shifts … Growing SeasonsVegetation growth at Earth's northern latitudes increasingly resembles lusher latitudes to the south, according to a NASA-funded study. "It's like Winnipeg, Manitoba, moving to Minneapolis-Saint Paul in only 30 years," says one of the lead researchers.
- FRIDAY 8. MARCH, 2013
16:06 Solar Wind Energy Source DiscoveredUsing data from an aging NASA spacecraft, researchers have found signs of an energy source in the solar wind that has caught the attention of fusion researchers.
- SATURDAY 2. MARCH, 2013
01:04 Solar Cycle Update: Twin Peaks?Something unexpected is happening on the sun. 2013 is supposed to be the year of Solar Max, but solar activity is much lower than expected. At least one leading forecaster expects the sun to rebound with a double-peaked maximum later this year.
- THURSDAY 28. FEBRUARY, 2013
22:10 Van Allen Probes Discover a New Radiation BeltEarth's radiation belts were one of the first discoveries of the Space Age. A new finding published in today's issue of Science shows that we still have much to learn about them. NASA's twin Van Allen Probes, launched just last August, have revealed a previously unknown third radiation belt around Earth.
- TUESDAY 26. FEBRUARY, 2013
16:05 What Exploded over Russia?Two weeks after an asteroid exploded over Russia's Ural mountains, scientists are making progress understanding the origin and make-up of the unexpected space rock. This week's ScienceCast presents their latest results.
- WEDNESDAY 20. FEBRUARY, 2013
21:25 Kepler Discovers a System of Tiny PlanetsNASA's Kepler mission scientists have discovered a new planetary system that is home to the smallest planet yet found around a star similar to our sun.
- THURSDAY 14. FEBRUARY, 2013
16:56 Possible Seismic Activity on Asteroid 2012 DA14Some researchers believe that near-Earth asteroid 2012 DA14 might experience seismic activity when it flies through Earth's gravitational field on Feb. 15th.
04:56 NASA to Broadcast Asteroid Flyby of EarthStarting at 2 p.m. EST on Friday, Feb. 15, NASA Television will provide commentary and images of near-Earth asteroid 2012 DA14 as it flies safely past Earth closer than many artificial satellites.
- WEDNESDAY 13. FEBRUARY, 2013
23:02 The UN Braces for Stormy Space WeatherForecasters say solar maximum is due in 2013. To prepare, the UN is organizing an international response to stormy space weather.
- SATURDAY 9. FEBRUARY, 2013
22:09 Curiosity Drills into MarsIn a milestone accomplishment, NASA's Curiosity rover has drilled into a rock on Mars and gathered material from its interior. This is the first time any robot has drilled into a rock to collect a sample on Mars.