“Inside Story” –The Hubble Camera that Unveiled the Mysteries of the Cosmos 

Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2)


“They were sharp,” said the JPL’s John Trauger, of the images Hubble captured after astronauts fixed a fatal flaw in its primary mirror discovered soon after the space telescope’s launch in 1990 . “And it wasn’t just that we had pictures that looked amazing, it was that we were making new discoveries right away. There were things in the images that we’d never seen before.”


China Trumps NASA & Isaac Newton –“Mars in 70 Days?” Announces Test of EmDrive Spaceship Travel



Has China trumped NASA? In December of 2016, NASA released its research on the controversial EM Drive propulsion system. If the electromagnetic technology proves out, it could radically change the way humans travel in space, opening up the possibility of a manned mission to Mars in just 70 days.


Heard in the Milky Way –“Origin of Area 51 & UFOs, Mars Insight Landing, Fake News Pandemic”


Today’s eclectic coverage of TV programs broadcast on the state of affairs on our Pale Blue Dot, signaling our presence to other possible civilizations in the Milky Way.


“What Lies Beneath” –NASA 1st Scientific Deep Dive of Mars Interior Mysteries


“Our measurements will help us turn back the clock and understand what produced a verdant Earth but a desolate Mars,” said Bruce Banerdt, who leads the Insight mission, prior to Monday’s landing at the Elysium Planitia, a flat, smooth plain devoid of rocks and hills, 373 miles north of the Curiosity rover.


WATCH: NASA Insight Mars’ Touchdown Realtime Video -“Another Great Milestone for the Human Species”


“We hit the Martian atmosphere at 12,300 mph (19,800 kilometers per hour), and the whole sequence to touching down on the surface took only six-and-a-half minutes,” said InSight project manager Tom Hoffman at JPL. “During that short span of time, InSight had to autonomously perform dozens of operations and do them flawlessly – and by all indications that is exactly what our spacecraft did.”


WATCH LIVE Mars Insight Landing 3 PM EST–Join NASA/JPL Mission Control With Commentary & Interviews




“We’ve studied Mars from orbit and from the surface since 1965, learning about its weather, atmosphere, geology and surface chemistry,” said Lori Glaze, acting director of the Planetary Science Division in NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. “Now we finally will explore inside Mars and deepen our understanding of our terrestrial neighbor as NASA prepares to send human explorers deeper into the solar system.”


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