Mars Water

New evidence shows lakes on Mars dried up 3.5bn years ago

In early 2017 scientists announced the discovery of possible desiccation cracks in Gale Crater, which was filled by lakes 3.5 billion years ago. Since desiccation mudcracks form only where wet sediment is exposed to air, their position closer to the centre of the lake bed rather than the edge also suggests that lake levels rose and fell dramatically over time. 25 days ago
Jim Bridenstine

Who is Jim Bridenstine? Politician sworn in as the 13th NASA Administrator

Jim Bridenstine, who was the Republican Representative from Oklahoma, resigned from the House of Representatives Monday to take up the new role of NASA Administrator. He is the first politician to be named as the NASA administrator. Bridenstine was given the oath of office by Pence at the NASA Headquarters in Washington. 25 days ago
gsat-10

India recalls GSAT-11 satellite for tests from Arianespace's rocket port

GSAT-11 was designed, assembled and integrated by the ISRO, and will have an estimated lift-off mass of 5,870 kg. This advanced communications satellite is to provide multi-spot beam coverage over the Indian mainland and nearby islands, bringing significant advantages to the user community when compared with India's existing INSAT/GSAT satellite systems. 25 days ago
Keto

Keto diet: The 4 most common myths busted

While it's the key principle to cut down on carbs and absolutely boost fat intake, there's no harsh rule against enjoying an assortment of proteins and colorful vegetables, all participating in creating a diet that is not only diverse but delicious too. 27 days ago
Merging Galaxies

Watch: Hubble footage of 2 galaxies crashing into each other

Two spiral galaxies, about 80 million light-years away, is crashing into each other in a slow, gradual merger that will last millions of years. This Hubble footage combines visible light with infrared and X-ray wavelengths to offer the best possible view of this slow dance of the cosmos. 27 days ago