Read more about the article SpaceX Launches Its 25th Resupply Mission To The International Space Station
Liftoff of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, carrying the Cargo Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station on the 14th of July 2022 in Florida, USA. (NASA's Kennedy Space Center/Newsflash)

SpaceX Launches Its 25th Resupply Mission To The International Space Station

SpaceX has achieved a new milestone and the launch of its 25th resupply mission to the International Space Station. The footage was obtained from NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC), which is located in Florida, in the United States, along with a short statement saying that it shows a SpaceX Falcon…

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Read more about the article Footage Shows 10 Years Of Lightning Bolts Zapping NASA’s Kennedy Space Center
A lightning strike is recorded at Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida in May 2011. (NASA/Newsflash)

Footage Shows 10 Years Of Lightning Bolts Zapping NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

This NASA clip shows over 10 years of lightning bolts striking the protection system at Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida: The US space agency said they decided to share the images after the Kennedy Space Center recently experienced the “most powerful lightning strike” ever recorded.…

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Read more about the article NASA To Test Radiation Levels For First Women To Go To The Moon
The crew of the Artemis 1 mission to the moon. (DLR (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)/Newsflash)

NASA To Test Radiation Levels For First Women To Go To The Moon

The German Aerospace Centre has developed two female dummies for the upcoming Artemis I space mission as NASA plans to send the first woman to the moon in the next two years. Researchers at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) in Cologne have developed two female dummies for the NASA Artemis…

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Read more about the article NASA Registers M Class Solar Flare
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of a solar flare – as seen in the bright flash in the upper left portion of the image, on April 20, 2022. (SDO, NASA/Newsflash)

NASA Registers M Class Solar Flare

NASA registered an M-Class solar flare on Wednesday and shared an image that highlights the “extremely hot material” in the powerful radioactive burst. In a statement obtained by Newsflash, NASA said on 21st April: “The Sun emitted a moderate solar flare on April 20, 2022, peaking at 9:59 p.m. ET.…

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Read more about the article Telescope Hopes To Be Able To See Back To Birth Of First Galaxies By Super Cooling Equipment
In this illustration, the multilayered sunshield on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope stretches out beneath the observatory’s honeycomb mirror. The sunshield is the first step in cooling down Webb’s infrared instruments, but the Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) requires additional help to reach its operating temperature. (NASA GSFC, CIL, Adriana Manrique Gutierrez/Newsflash)

Telescope Hopes To Be Able To See Back To Birth Of First Galaxies By Super Cooling Equipment

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is being deep frozen in order to aid in its latest mission to see the first galaxies to form after the big bang. Webb’s Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) – a joint development by NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) – reached its final operating temperature below…

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Read more about the article Astronomers Find Rapidly Growing Black Hole From Early Universe
This is an artist's impression of a supermassive black hole that is inside the dust-shrouded core of a vigorously star-forming "starburst" galaxy. It will eventually become an extremely bright quasar once the dust is gone. The research team believes that the object, discovered in a Hubble deep-sky survey, could be the evolutionary "missing link" between quasars and starburst galaxies. The dusty black hole dates back to only 750 million years after the Big Bang. (NASA, ESA, N. Bartmann/Newsflash)

Astronomers Find Rapidly Growing Black Hole From Early Universe

Astronomers have identified a rapidly-growing black hole considered a “missing link” in our knowledge of the early universe. Using data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, experts discovered the "monster" body that was formed just 750 million years after the Big Bang, NASA said in a statement on 13th April: “Astronomers…

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Read more about the article NASA Tracks Earths Forest Canopy From Space
Illustrative image: A view of Siuslaw National Forest in Oregon, the USA. (Steven Sobieszczyk, U.S. Geological Survey/Newsflash)

NASA Tracks Earths Forest Canopy From Space

NASA has announced that it has made a near-global estimate of forest biomass and the carbon it stores, thanks to its Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI). Until now, scientists had faced a significant gap in data on climate change by not having this information to hand. With the data produced…

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Read more about the article Hubble Finds Planet Almost 12,000 Times Bigger Than Earth Slowly Forming
Researchers were able to directly image newly forming exoplanet AB Aurigae b over a 13-year span using Hubble’s Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) and its Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrograph (NICMOS). In the top right, Hubble’s NICMOS image captured in 2007 shows AB Aurigae b in a due south position compared to its host star, which is covered by the instrument’s coronagraph. The image captured in 2021 by STIS shows the protoplanet has moved in a counterclockwise motion over time. (NASA, ESA, Thayne Currie (Subaru Telescope, Eureka Scientific Inc./Newsflash)

Hubble Finds Planet Almost 12,000 Times Bigger Than Earth Slowly Forming

A massive new planet, nine times the size of Jupiter, is being formed in an intense and violent process, as recorded by NASA’s Hubble space telescope, challenging understandings about planetary formation. Called AB Aurigae b, the planet is embedded in a disc of gas and dust spiraling around a young…

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Read more about the article NASAs Martian Rover Captures Space Chopper Carrying Out Flight Across The Planets Dusty Surface
Perseverance Mars rover captures a close-up view of the 13th flight of the agency’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, on Sept. 4, 2021. (NASA,JPL-Caltech,ASU,MSSS/Newsflash)

NASAs Martian Rover Captures Space Chopper Carrying Out Flight Across The Planets Dusty Surface

This is the moment the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter is captured by NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover carrying out a complicated flight in preparation for an upcoming mission on the red planet. On 19th April, the Ingenuity space chopper carried out its maiden flight, becoming the first motorised craft to fly…

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Read more about the article NASA Delivers Mars Weather Report Detailing How Changing Seasons On The Red Planet Impact Missions
The daily weather reports by NASA's Perseverance and Curiosity that measure conditions such as humidity, temperature, and wind speed on Mars. (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Clipzilla)

NASA Delivers Mars Weather Report Detailing How Changing Seasons On The Red Planet Impact Missions

In this video, NASA details how its experts are able to predict the weather on Mars allowing the Curiosity Rover and Ingenuity Helicopter to carry out their exploration missions. Seasons change on Mars and this has a profound effect on how missions on the red planet's surface are carried out,…

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