Krispy Kreme Offers a Limited-Edition Mars Doughnut to Celebrate NASA's Rover Landing

Krispy Kreme Offers a Limited-Edition Mars Doughnut to Celebrate NASA's Rover Landing

Krispy Kreme has launched a "Mars doughnut" in celebration of NASA's robot perseverance landing on the Red Planet's atmosphere on Feb. 18.

Up for a Challenge? Why not Participate in NASA’s Deep Space Food Challenge for the Astronauts

NASA Launches Big Prize for Deep Space Food Challenge for Astronauts

Participate in the Deep Space Food Challenge and help the astronauts from NASA to eat better food.

Rare Christmas full moon last seen in 1977 will show up this Christmas 2015.

Rare Christmas Full Moon Comes After Superblood Moon Eclipse of 2015

The fact that 'Star Wars' first hit the screen on the same year as the Christmas full moon in 1977 and the new 'Star Wars' productions under Disney's ownership released their first film on the same year as the new Christmas full moon this year is very largely coincidental, but the fact of the last full moon of 2015 coinciding with Christmas is pretty interesting.

Habitable exoplanet discovered

Wolf 1061 Exoplanet: 'Super Earth' Found Might be Habitable to Humans

Scientists at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia recently discovered a new world that is one of three surrounding a red dwarf star called Wolf 1061, just 14 light years away from Earth, CNN reports Thursday.

NASA: In Search for New Astronauts

NASA: In Search for New Astronauts

NASA will soon be accepting applications for its next batch of astronauts in preparation for further explorations including a possible manned-mission to Mars.

Sun's surface emitting rays.

US Finally Plans for Solar Storm

The US finally takes precautionary measures on how to deal with a potential solar storm.

Carbon Nanotube Model

Blackest Material Known May Lead to Breakthrough in Energy and Technology

The material, which is 26 percent darker than what was previously considered the blackest material known to man - the carbon nanotubes, was initially inspired by a very white cyphochilus beetle that the researchers observed. They decided to take the cue from the beetle, which shell has scales that form a photonic crystal structure and have an exceptional capacity to reflect light.


Moon Cracks Open from Pull of Earth's Gravity

High resolution images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) revealed 14 lobe-shaped fault cliffs. Such cliffs or scarps are normally formed when the heated interior of the moon cools and contracts allowing the solid crust of the moon to 'fold'. These tectonic features of the moon are typically dozens of yards or meters in height and less than 10 kilometres in length. Yahoo News reports that with the LRO images, scientists may have identified that the pull of the Earth's gravity is possibly opening up faults in the moon's crust.

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