NASA’s InSight Spacecraft Halfway to the Red Planet –“The Next Picture We Take Will Be of the Surface of Mars”


As of Aug. 20, NASA’s InSight spacecraft had covered 172 million miles (277 million kilometers) since its launch 107 days ago. In another 98 days, it will travel another 129 million miles (208 million kilometers) and touch down in Mars’ Elysium Planitia region, where it will be the first mission to study the Red Planet’s deep interior. InSight stands for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport.

NASA’s New Alien Planet Hunter –“TESS Mission Science Team Starts Its Search for Strange, Fantastic Worlds”

“We expect TESS will discover a number of planets whose atmospheric compositions, which hold potential clues to the presence of life, could be precisely measured by future observers,” said George Ricker, TESS principal investigator. (more…)

Evolution Theory Nixed –“Uniquely Human Muscles Discovered in Apes”




"Most theories of human evolution give the impression that humans are markedly distinct from apes anatomically, but these are unverifiable 'just-so stories'. The real evidence shows we are not so different overall. This study highlights that a thorough knowledge of ape anatomy is necessary for a better understanding of our own bodies and evolutionary history."


SETI Alien Hunter ‘Nixes’ Pentagon’s Secret UFO Program –But Believes “Advanced Intelligent Life Will Be Confirmed Within Next 20 Years”


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When the New York Times reported Saturday that the Pentagon had had taken part in a partially declassified program at a cost of $22 million to investigate UFOs, called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), SETI Institute senior astronomer Seth Shostak told Inverse magazine in an interview "that there is something unnerving about this story, but it’s not the UFOs.". 


The Pentagon’s Mysterious UFO Surveillance –“Real Alien Technology Obtained” (WATCH Videos)


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WASHINGTON. In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find.


Jupiter’s Swirling Great Red Spot — “300 Kilometer-Deep Storm Larger Than Earth”

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The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is a 150-year-old storm larger than Earth, but just how deep into the planet does it go?