A five-year long hike and a few heart-in-the-mouth hours later, NASA's Juno spacecraft finally entered the orbit of our giant gas buddy, and has just sent us back its first view of what will be its home for the next one and half years.
Occator Crater at a distance of 920 miles (1,480 km). (Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA) Swooping by at a unique angle, NASA's Dawn space probe recently captured some of the clearest views yet of dwarf planet Ceres, including Occator Crater and its intriguing bright surface features.
NASA's latest map of Pluto was meticulously stitched together from all images received from New Horizons to date (Image NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI).It's been eight months since New Horizons made its historic flyby of Pluto, but data keeps on trickling in from the intrepid space probe. Scientists have
When you're traveling, a stable wi-fi connection can be the difference between life and death. It's so important, many of us would likely choose a coffee shop based on the quality of its internet connection rather than the quality of the drinks. But finding public
Bored? How about shooting a few hoops? Well, there's a basketball game hidden in Facebook's Messeneger app. Here's how to play.
Starting a game is easy. First, make sure you have the latest version of Messenger (you can update for Android or iOS). Then, send a
NASA wants to build the next Concorde, bringing in a new age of supersonic jets
that hopefully won't rupture your eardrum. But in order to do that safely, there needs to be research and lots of it.
Onen research technique, pictured above, uses an modernized
To address the burgeoning "loneliness epidemic" and the demands of an aging population, some think that we should deploy robotic caregivers. A new ad titled "B.E.N. (Biologically Engineered Nursing)," however, suggests that this is a dreadful idea.
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