Tag Archives: Space

Video: The Final Liftoff Of Atlantis

Video: The Final Liftoff Of Atlantis

The space shuttle Atlantis is now making it’s final voyage to the International Space Station.  The 20 story tall spacecraft blasted off this morning at 11:26 AM ET from Cape Canaveral.  Atlantis is the last spacecraft to launch as part of

Urthecast To Provide Live Zoomable HD Video Of The Earth

Urthecast To Provide Live Zoomable HD Video Of The Earth

Very few people have had the opportunity to view our beautiful planet from afar. This will soon change, Urthecast plans to provide HD streaming video of our planet, live from outer space. The video will be available to anyone in

Physicist Developing An Audio Telescope To Study Black Holes

Physicist Developing An Audio Telescope To Hear Black Holes

Say What? I thought there was no sound in space. Not according to Janna Levin, a professor of physics and astronomy at Barnard College. “I want to convince you that the universe has a soundtrack, and that soundtrack is played

Amazing Photo And Video From Space Shuttle Discovery’s Final Voyage

Amazing Photo And Video From Space Shuttle Discovery’s Final Voyage

On Thursday, NASA lunched the Space Shuttle Discovery into space one last time. The Discovery first left our planet in 1984.  Since then, the Discovery was used to Launch the Hubble Telescope the Ulysses probe and three TDRS satellites. During

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Android Phones to Power Space Satellites

Want to launch a satellite into space but lack some necessary hardware/software?  There’s an app for that! Many people are starting to wonder when smartphones will replace PCs.  Space researchers at the University of Surrey and Surrey Satellite Technology Limited

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Book Your Next Flight To Space On Kayak.com

Tired of paying astronomical rates for space travel? Kayak has you covered. Going where no travel site has gone before, they are now selling trips to space.

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LARGEST NIGHT SKY-IMAGE EVER

Amazing.  Over a decade in the making, containing seven million 125 mega-pixel images, with a resolution so high, you would need 500,000 HD displays to view the image unscaled.  The Sloan Digital Sky Survey has pieced together the largest night