Latest in Tag: NASA Highlight
Latest in Tag: NASA
NASA says the northern polar region is stormier than expected, as it releases close-up photos from the Juno spacecraft. Unique views of Jupiter’s bright southern lights were also sent back.
After a thunderous explosion rocked SpaceX’s main launch pad in Florida, destroying a rocket and a satellite Facebook was going to use to beam Internet to parts of Africa, companies are counting the cost.
It took spacecraft Juno five years to get to Jupiter. Now, it’s closer to the planet than ever before and has finally sent the first photo. It could be better. But NASA has promised that this is only the beginning.
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins just left for the International Space Station. DW asked former ISS commander Frank De Winne how to get more women like her into space and into leadership positions.
Three astronauts have taken off from Russia’s Baikonur Cosmodrome heading for the International Space Station (ISS) in an upgraded Soyuz spacecraft. The three are US, Japanese and Russian citizens.
As the Juno spacecraft zooms towards Jupiter at 200 times the speed of sound, NASA scientists on earth are nervously hoping it hits the brakes at just the right time to get pulled into Jupiter’s orbit.
After five years and 716 million kilometers, NASA’s Juno spacecraft is just hours from entering Jupiter’s orbit. If the mission succeeds, scientists may learn heaps about the most massive planet in our solar system.
I knew my nationality would make things harder, so I made sure everything else was right, says Akram
Alexandria University cancelled the NASA scientist’s lecture for “security purposes”
According to Abdelgliel, the agency is set to start its first space voyage with more than 25 participants.
We all bear the burdens of the crimes and sufferings of both our ancestors and our neighbors, and the people that will one day populate the surface and caves of Mars are the same ones bearing the cultural traumas of our dark and bloody roots.
Presidential candidate vows Egyptian intervention if any Arab country is “threatened”
Irresponsible protests will lead to the collapse of the state, says Al-Sisi
“Irresponsible protests will lead to the collapse of the state,” says Al-Sisi
The snow is confined to higher elevations in Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel and the West Bank, and Jordan.
Samra is an adventurer, mountaineer, entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. He is the first Egyptian to climb Mount Everest; and also the first Egyptian to complete the 7 Summits challenge on 31 May 2013, climbing the highest mountains on all seven continents.
Egyptians have done it again. After ousting a dictator two years ago, now they are sending their first elected civilian president into space. President Mohamed Morsi is now sitting in first place in Axe’s competition to send one civilian to space, an adventurous soul seeking a new frontier. Voting is required and whoever gets the …
The Russian cosmonauts are making their first journey into space, while flight engineer Ford flew to the ISS in 2009 on the US shuttle.