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  • Aurora Borealis from space via Scott Kelly at the International Space Station
    Watch astronauts' timelapse video of Aurora Borealis taken from space
    NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has captured a breathtaking set of timelapse photos showing the Aurora Borealis. In his viral video, a rare view of the Northern Lights is seen from above the Earth’s surface. “The chapter of a day ends as it...
  • Here is how preppers can stay organized
    Here is how preppers can stay organized
    Although some people are naturally neat and organized, others are not. This article will give reasons why staying organized is important. It also will suggest two simple tips to help unorganized people stay organized.It is especially important for...
  • Map of proposed Mars 2020 Rover landing sites
    Potential landing sites for Mars 2020 Rover narrowed down to eight locations
    NASA’s next Mars rover is due to launch in July or August 2020, and the number of potential landing sites has now been narrowed down by scientists to eight locations. Out of an initial list of 21 targets, eight sites have been chosen as...
  • Curiosity rover on Mars
    Curiosity marks 3rd anniversary on Mars with amazing science discoveries
    NASA’s Curiosity rover has just reached its third anniversary milestone on Mars, after landing in Gale crater on Aug. 5, 2012, and since then has made some incredible science discoveries, with more to come in the months and years ahead. NASA...
  • Space provided: Mophie Spacestation and Space Pack
    Space provided: Mophie Spacestation and Space Pack
    Modern life requires modern electronics to stay in connected, take and share photographs, listen to music, and watch video. More and more, there is a movement afoot to decentralize our lives, to make any place we choose a living room, classroom,...
  • Venus Landsailing Rover
    NASA awards grants to Ozark IC to create circuits for proposed Venus rover
    In what may be a significant step toward the seemingly far-off goal of sending a rover to the surface of Venus, NASA has awarded two grants totalling $245,000 to a semiconductor technology firm to design complex integrated circuits which could...
  • Bright spots on Ceres
    Haze detected above mystery bright spots on Ceres
    The intriguing bright spots on dwarf planet/asteroid Ceres have been fascinating the public and scientists alike for the past few months, and now a new discovery might provide a valuable clue as to just what these spots are made of: the Dawn...
  • Tom Cruise
    'War Of The Worlds'
    No one would have thought that even during this century that life forms on other planets drew plans regarding the inhabitants of earth now. Dad, asks if pregnant ex-wife still has teen son working on his manners. And seismic activity the scale of...
  • Kepler-452b
    Earth's 'bigger and older cousin' discovered orbiting distant star
    One of the primary goals in the search for exoplanets is to, hopefully, find an Earth analog or “Earth twin,” an alien world similar to our own. That search is still ongoing, but getting closer – today NASA announced a new...
  • Harrison rock
    Curiosity finds first evidence for possible ‘continental crust’ on Mars
    The Curiosity rover, still roaming in Gale crater, has discovered the first evidence for a potential ancient “continental crust” on Mars, which would be a very significant finding regarding Mars’ early history and to what degree...
  • Resource explorers are not spiritually advanced."
    28 things you can do to prepare for contact
    The New Message from God is a religious movement based upon the revelations of Marshall Vian Summers, considered by practitioners to be a Messenger from God. The following is a revelation given to Marshall Vian Summerson June 19, 2008in Boulder,...
  • Missing planet: Solar System missing the most common planet in known universe
    Missing planet: Solar System missing the most common planet in known universe
    The Solar System is missing something rather large -- an entire planet. Odd as it might seem, our Solar System is not "typical," at least not by the standards of what we know about other planetary systems orbiting other stars. And what...
  • Korean memorial
    Washington DC: why are you the world’s envy?
    Wash D.C, infant child of a new nation has metamorphose, transform and evolve to become an enchanted and magical place. From the sweats of countless immigrants laboring through prejudice, malaria infected swamps and taxation without representation...
  • Reflections of the human soul in 'Star Trek: Nemesis'
    Reflections of the human soul in 'Star Trek: Nemesis'
    In “Star Trek: Nemesis”, the Enterprise and her crew, led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, are summoned to the planet Romulus under the pretense of establishing peace with a hostile alien race. That peace is soon shattered when Picard and...
  • Master of Orion reboot
    Wargaming rebooting classic RTS 'Master of Orion'
    If you are familiar with the Master of Orion franchise, most likely you have been a hardcore gamer for quite some time. The original, released back in 1993, was developed by Micropose. The name was involved with Atari’s bankruptcy filing a...
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