The new trailer for ‘Gravity’, starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.
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IF it weren’t real, you’d think it was straight out of the film Gravity.
A potential crisis situation is unfolding on the International Space Station – with Russia the only hope in the event of catastrophe.
The problem: A fault in a flow valve that controls the temperature of the...Read Full Story
NASA rushed today to fix a breakdown in the cooling system at the International Space Station that may delay the launch next week of Orbital Sciences' first cargo mission.
Edited by Vandana Sharma | Updated: December 13, 15:30 IST
Washington: NASA rushed today to fix a breakdown in the cooling system at the International Space Station that may delay the launch next week of Orbital Sciences' first cargo mission.
Engineers are still trying to figure out what caused...Read Full Story
A commercial space company owned by Amazon<AMZN.O> founderJeff Bezos has lost a challenge over NASA’s plans to lease out one of the space shuttle’s dormant launch pads in Florida, officials said on Thursday.
The company, Blue Origin, had filed a protest with the U.S. General Accountability Office, which arbitrates federal contract disputes. The GAO said in a decision it denied the company’s protest.
Blue Origin is vying against another company owned by Elon Musk, co-founder ofPayPal and chief...Read Full Story
Moon Map View Latest From NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) This is the latest moon map taken from the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is a topographic map taken with a Wide Angle Camera. The science team that oversees the imaging system on board NASA’s LRO has released the highest resolution near-global topographic map of the moon ever created.
This new topographic map, from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona shows the surface shape and features over nearly the entire...Read Full Story
Watch the video above: Update on the exterior cooling pump problem aboard the ISS
TORONTO – NASA continues to investigate Wednesday’s automatic shutdown of a coolant valve aboard the International Space Station.
One of two external thermal control loops that help to control the temperature externally and internally, automatically shut itself down after detecting an anomaly.
READ MORE: NASA reports coolant failure on ISS
“It’s up and running but there’s a key component of the system called the...Read Full Story
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