On Feb. 10, 1958, scientists at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory bounced radar waves off of Venus. See how it happened here in our On This Day in Space video series. (Space.com) More
On Feb. 17, 2007, NASA launched a quintet of satellites to figure out the science behind Earth's auroras. See how it happened here in our On This Day in Space ...
Posted on 15 February 2019 | 5:00 am | Google News
Bouncing radar off Venus The Hindu
On February 10, 1958, radar signals were directed at the planet Venus in experiments conducted during an inferior conjunction with Venus. Even though the ...
Posted on 9 February 2019 | 2:35 pm | Google News
A monster black hole acts like a pump in a cosmic fountain, spouting and siphoning matter in new observations.
Posted on 26 November 2018 | 3:00 am | Google News
Scientists are using satellites to track the Camp and Woolsey fires burning in California.
Posted on 13 November 2018 | 3:00 am | Google News
A robotic Japanese cargo ship cast off from the International Space Station Wednesday (Nov. 7) for a weekend date with oblivion to wrap up a successful ...
Posted on 7 November 2018 | 3:00 am | Google News
A new book, "The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration: From the Ancient World to the Extraterrestrial Future" follows humankind's journey to space flight ...
Posted on 23 October 2018 | 2:00 am | Google News
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