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Bound for Mars: Countdown to First Interplanetary Launch from California

In the early morning hours of May 5, millions of Californians will have an opportunity to witness a sight they have never seen before - the historic first interplanetary launch from Americas West Coast.

Ron G AnselmSupermoon Shines Brightly Tonight on Cinco de Mayo - With all the nightly celebration that will be going on tonight in celebration of Cinco de Mayo I am sure there will be a few Margaritas making their way from the
Ron G AnselmGeographic Visibility Event of the Year: Venus Transits Across the Horizon - For all you science lovers out there and especially the ones that have a passion for astronomy get ready for one of the rarest events to only take place seven times in science history
Ian BrockwellTransit of Venus 2012: Where to see it and how - It has been 8 years since we last had an opportunity to see the transit of Venus, where our nearest planetary neighbour passed between the Sun and Earth
Ron G AnselmBlazing Mini-Jet Like Objects Create Exotic Show in the Rings of Saturn - NASA's Cassini Spacecraft has taken photographs of what appears to be strange, half-mile-sized objects punching holes in one of Saturn's large rings.
Ron G AnselmGPS Monitoring System Now Being Taken to Next Level of Technology by NASA - Not sure if you know or not but the GPS monitoring System is also used by the military in pinpointing accuracy that has never been seen before.
Ron G AnselmNASA Exploring Universe End to End: Curious Things Continue Popping Up Like UFOs? - As NASA continues to explore the universe from end to end all kinds of neat things keep appearing that makes a curious cat look like a hungry Tiger and takes the word 'mysterious' to levels never heard of before in the English language.
SOP newswireNorthrop Grumman to Partner in Creating Science Center at Space Foundation Headquarters - Northrop Grumman along with Space Foundation will create Science Center at the Space Foundation headquarters in Colorado Springs.
SOP newswire2Amateur Astronomers to "Target Asteroids" - Amateur astronomers will help better characterize the population of NEOs, including their position, motion, rotation and changes in the intensity of light they emit.
SOP newswireNorthrop Grumman Leading the Next Generation into Space - Northrop Grumman highlights capabilities for leading the next generation into space at the 28th National Space Symposium.
SOP newswire2NASA to Develop New Strategy for Exploration of The Red Planet - NASA is reformulating the Mars Exploration Program to be responsive to high-priority science goals and the President's challenge of sending humans to Mars in the 2030s.
Ian BrockwellCould Yellowstone Eruption Play a Part in 2012 Prophecy? - The most interesting factor about the uplift at Yellowstone in recent years is that when it does fall, it remains at a higher level than it was before.
SOP newswire2NASA Releases Version 2.0 of Open Government Plan - The plan features a directory of more than 100 participatory, collaborative and transparent projects, offering citizens opportunities to understand, support and engage with the agency.
Dr. Henryk FrystackiDiscovery of a Powerful Black Hole Hurricane - 28.000 light years away from Earth, towards the center of our Milky Way, an unexpectedly mighty hurricane blows around a tiny black hole.
Ron G AnselmSome Interesting Facts About Science You Probably Don`t Know - To me science is life. Everything that makes us function, love, enjoy, and need comes from the world of science. Well, I guess I can say Science would be the interesting part, sports is a passion of mine.
HB PaksoyHumans on Mars: Mars and Beyond - The purpose of this collection is not to discuss the technologies required for the round trip. Nor is it to discuss the "inevitability` of human quest to
SOP newswireRevolutionary Discovery of Transferring 100 MB Per Second via LED - Transferring data at 100MB per sec via LEDs has been developed by scientists in what is believed to be a revolutionary discovery.
Dr. Henryk FrystackiEvolution Leap Caused by 10 Billion Humans - Humans are likely to meet a dramatic evolution leap once Earth`s population exceeds 10 billion, as estimated for the year 2100.
Ian Brockwell"Ancient" Artifacts Reveal UFOs and Aliens - A video on YouTube is attracting a lot of attention, which claims to display Ancient "artifacts containing pictures of ufos and wormholes, stargates in operation."
Ian BrockwellCoronal Mass Ejection Expected in the Next 24-48 hours - A Coronal Mass Ejection is expected to affect the Earth in the next 24-48 hours
Ian BrockwellZeta Reticuli and the Betty and Barney Hill UFO Encounter - Like many other UFO enthusiasts, I would love to believe Betty and Barney`s story, but something in the back of my mind stops me from doing so.
Ian Brockwell"The Drake Equation" What are the chances of life on other planets? - The Drake Equation was an attempt to estimate the number of detectable extraterrestrial civilizations in the Milky Way and was created by Frank Drake more than 50 years ago.
SOP newswire2NASA Concedes to Global Warming and Glacial Melting Says GRACE - In the first comprehensive satellite study of its kind, a University of Colorado at Boulder-led team used NASA data to calculate how much Earth's melting land ice is adding to global sea level rise.
SOP newswire2Milky Way's Black Hole Vaporizing and Devouring on Asteroids - The giant black hole at the center of the Milky Way may be vaporizing and devouring asteroids, which could explain the frequent flares observed, according to astronomers using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.
SOP newswire2First Multi-Player Facebook Game Released by NASA - NASA has launched its first multi-player online game to test players` knowledge of the space program. Who was the first American to walk in space?
SOP newswire2XCOR Aerospace: Final Call to Register and Win Suborbital Research Flight at NSRC-2012! - XCOR Aerospace and the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) announce the final week to register and become eligible to win a suborbital research flight on XCOR's Lynx I vehicle
SOP newswire2Most Distant Galaxy Ever Viewed From Earth Photographed by Hubble - Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have uncovered a cluster of galaxies in the initial stages of development.
Ron G AnselmThe Mechanics of Global Warming and Future Effects on Our Climate and Environment - The main culprit of why Global Warming is now starting to increase is the effect greenhouse gases are having on our environment.
SOP newswire2International Space Station Commander Dan Burbank Captures Unprecedented View of Comet Lovejoy - International Space Station Commander Dan Burbank captured spectacular imagery of Comet Lovejoy, viewed from about 240 miles above the Earth's horizon.
Ron G AnselmThe Tsunami that Hit Japan Earlier this Year Could Have Doubled in Size - It`s a warm and sunny day with temperatures in the low to mid seventies. You decide to grab your boogie board and head for the beach. The forecast calls for a thirty-percent chance
Ron G AnselmNASA Deploys Historic Voyage to Mars - One of the ways NASA just made space exploration history is by launching the Mars Scientific Laboratory (MSL) which comes complete with a car-sized rover named Curiosity.
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