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Today, I learned from my co-worker Rob Wile about the crazy and cultish history of the Super Bowl Half Time show . One of those halftime shows, from the 1985 Super Bowl, also happened to be space-themed. That makes sense, since the '80s were the
All over the world, scientists are battling their way to develop ways to overcome the difficulties of living on the moon. Some of these obstructions include storing and using solar energy throughout the long lunar night, and purchasing
53 Zee Media Bureau Seems that Israel's moonshot project is a lot closer to reality. The SpaceIL organization, which is developing the Israeli spacecraft that will journey to the moon in 2015, has acquired the engine for the rocket that will
Emboldened by the success of its Chang'e 3 lander and Yutu rover missions to the Moon, China now has its eyes on moon-return missions by 2017 and has hinted at greater international cooperation in the venture. The moon-return
China watched this month as the nation's first lunar rover rolled across the moon's surface. It was a moment of national pride when images of the six-wheel rover, dubbed Jade Rabbit, were transmitted live back to Earth, showing the red and gold
Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, said that throughout their testing they did not see anything that would prevent the operational use of this technology in the immediate future...Administrator Charlie Bolden, completing the trip to
As India gears up to send Chandrayaan 2, its second lunar exploration mission to the moon, in the near future, there is some heartening news for those manning our Moon Mission. Scientists have proposed a system of mirrors, processed lunar soil and a
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Back in March, the Moon was struck by a meteoroid travelling 56,000 mph. The resulting explosion released the equivalent of five tons of TNT a flash that could be seen from Earth with the naked eye.
One crisp March morning in 1969, artist Paul van Hoeydonck was visiting his Manhattan gallery when he stumbled into the middle of a startling conversation. Louise Tolliver Deutschman, the gallery's director, was making an energetic pitch to Dick