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Shifting Interstellar Wind Shows Larger Implications

Iam Bloom | Las Vegas Guardian Express | September 7, 2013

A new study has shown, over the course of the last 40 years, that interstellar winds have changed direction, if only slightly. The study took data from the 1970’s onward from eleven different satellites. This change in the direction of the Interstellar Wind shows larger implications than one may realize. Read More »

Startups Developing DIY, Open Source Spaceflight Technology

James Figueroa | Pasadena Star-News | September 8, 2013

Backyard stargazers dreaming of launching themselves into space will like the direction that modern spaceflight is taking: a hands-on, do-it-yourself approach is emerging to fill the gaps behind large commercial companies such as SpaceX, which in turn inherited the low-Earth orbit role from NASA. Read More »

Unique Organic Molecule Discovered In Deep Space

Staff Writer | RT | September 26, 2014

A new kind of organic molecule has been discovered in a giant gas cloud in interstellar space, indicating that more complex molecules – the very core building blocks of life – can potentially form outside of the Earth and even be widespread in space...

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We're Back

Ali Llewellyn | OpenNASA | November 14, 2012

The International Space Apps Challenge was an international hackathon-style event that took place over a 48 hour period in cities on all seven continents on the weekend of 21 – 22 April 2012. NASA led the international collaboration with 8 other government agencies and 90 additional organizations. Read More »