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Awe-inspiring photos of Earth remind us just what's at stake

Millions of people came out this Earth Day to clean up and care for the planet. But space agencies and companies took a different approach, choosing to celebrate our Earth from up above. SpaceX on..
Mashable

The Risk Of Chain-Reaction Collisions Above Earth Is Only Growing

the risk of chain-reaction collisions above earth is only growing
Watch VideoImagine two satellites colliding at about 20,000 mph and all the debris shooting out, possibly hitting other spacecraft.  That's the mess the European Space Agency is warning the..
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News video: ESA Warns of Growing Risks of Satellite Collisions

ESA Warns of Growing Risks of Satellite Collisions 01:20

The European Space Agency warns space debris is a serious problem that only a global response can fix.
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News video: Growing problem of space debris could hinder future exploration

Growing problem of space debris could hinder future exploration 01:12

Scientists are voicing concern about the growing danger of space debris spinning around our planet. As the amount of junk from satellites and rockets increases, there are concerns that future space..
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News video: NASA Celebrates Hubble's 27th Anniversary

NASA Celebrates Hubble's 27th Anniversary 00:54

Enlarge Image Every year, NASA and the European Space Agency celebrate the Hubble Space Telescope's April 24 launch anniversary with a special image. The stunning winning shot for Hubble's 27th..
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News video: Space Junk Could Lead To Major Satellite Collisions

Space Junk Could Lead To Major Satellite Collisions 01:03

The European Space Agency predicts satellites will have a 50% greater chance of collisions in 200 years
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News video: Watch Memorizing Thunderstorm Shot from International Space Station

Watch Memorizing Thunderstorm Shot from International Space Station 00:32

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station shot incredible footage of a thunderstorm forming over California.
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Meet Steve, your new favorite astronomical phenomenon

Say hello to Steve.  Steve isn't a person. Steve is actually the unofficial name of a mysterious purple streak of light observed by some social media savvy skywatchers keeping an eye out for the..
Mashable

As orbit becomes more crowded, risk from space debris grows

BERLIN (AP) — Decades' worth of man-made junk is cluttering up Earth's orbit, posing a threat to spaceflight and the satellites we rely on for weather reports, air travel and global communications...
SFGate Also reported by •SeattlePI.com

GRC’s Oil Immersion Cooling System at PIC Supports Data Processing for The Large Hadron Collider at CERN

PIC in Barcelona, Spain shares key performance and reliability results from its immersion cooled data-intensive cluster. Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 19, 2017 Green Revolution Cooling (GRC), a leader..
PRWeb

Enjoy this beautiful photo of a starburst galaxy, courtesy of Hubble

Stars are bursting into life in the constellation of Virgo, which lies a mere 50 million light-years away from Earth. The Hubble space telescope recently captured a beautifully detailed view of NGC..
Mashable

Watch the ESA trace 2 million stars' journey across the skies

watch the esa trace 2 million stars' journey across the skies
Carl Sagan showed how some constellations would change over time as stars move through the universe in his TV series Cosmos. Now the European Space Agency has done something similar, but in a much..
TUAW Also reported by •engadget

Ancon Technologies Adds Experienced Members to Growing, Innovative Team

Newly-hired professional bring management, marketing and engineering talent to industry-leading workforce Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom (PRWEB) March 28, 2017 With experience ranging from..
PRWeb

This is one of the best-ever views of Earth from space

It's a view that very few people will ever get to see firsthand: Legs dangling in free fall above the Earth with nothing but empty space between you and the planet's blue surface 250 miles..
Mashable

Hubble spies distant spiral galaxy NGC 1448

Nearly 50 million light-years from Earth, in the faint constellation of Horologium (also known as the Pendulum Clock), lies a spiral galaxy named NGC 1448. On Monday, NASA and the European Space Agency..
Raw Story

This is probably the only way you'll ever get to visit the Space Station, but it's pretty damn good

We never tire of seeing amazing new footage from the International Space Station (ISS), but it would be even better if most of us could get a VIP ticket to visit.  Well, now we can, thanks to..
Mashable

Earth Doesn't Really Have Any Protections In Place From Asteroids

It’s the stuff of science fiction: Scientists discover that an asteroid is heading for Earth, and we don’t have any measures in place to prevent the space rock from hitting us. But this scenario is..
Huffington Post

Visit the International Space Station with your Oculus Rift in ‘Mission: ISS’

visit the international space station with your oculus rift in ‘mission: iss’
Oculus has teamed up with NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency to produce Mission: ISS, a free virtual reality experience that simulates the day-to-day operations of the..
Digital Trends

Infocast's Space 2.0 Summit is Set to Push the Commercial Space Industry Forward in April

The Summit is the ideal place for startups, venture capitalists and aerospace primes to connect and transform the commercial space industry. Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2017 Infocast has..
PRWeb

Europe launches latest earth observation satellite

PARIS (AP) — The European Space Agency has launched into orbit a fifth Sentinel satellite as part of its Copernicus earth observation program. The 1.1 ton Sentinel-2B was successfully launched from..
Seattle Times

This is what a spacecraft sees during a solar eclipse

An eclipse is an incredible thing to see from Earth, but it's even more epic from space.  A new video taken by the European Space Agency's Proba-2 spacecraft on Feb. 26 shows a solar eclipse..
Mashable

Meet NGC 5907 X-1, the brightest and the farthest known pulsar

Astronomers using the European Space Agency’s (ESA) XMM-Newton space telescope have discovered a pulsar nearly 50 million light-years from Earth. In a study published Monday in the journal Science, a..
Raw Story

Newly discovered star remnants are the brightest ever seen

The European Space Agency's XMM-Newton X-ray observatory discovered a pulsar that's a thousand times brighter than researchers had previously thought possible. Officially dubbed NGC 5907 X-1, the..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

This is a legitimately funny space prank

Let's be real: If you were stuck in a house-sized tin can for months at a time with only your other crewmembers as company, you might get a little slap-happy and start pranking.  That seems to be..
Mashable

An astronaut in space has recorded a 'first of its kind' video of mysterious blue jets

an astronaut in space has recorded a 'first of its kind' video of mysterious blue jets
We're used to lightning that shoots down from clouds, but a lesser-known form of electricity blasts up from cloud tops — and out toward space. Called blue jets, these gigantic electrical..
Business Insider


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