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NASA's solar observatory does a space-flip, delivers nauseating sun GIF

You might want to take a motion-sickness pill before you view the Solar Dynamics Observatory's latest animated GIF.

By 16 July 2016


Why NASA's video feed cut away from that 'UFO'

Suspicions are spreading on YouTube and elsewhere that the space agency saw something odd in orbit that it might not want to share with the world. We went ahead and asked about it.

By 14 July 2016


NASA's Kepler Twitter hacked, tweets photo of woman's butt

Twitter account for the NASA telescope goes from spacey to racy after a hacker tweets an inappropriate image to its 569,000 followers.

By 7 July 2016


NASA's giant balloon sets a high-flying record

The space agency's 18.8-million-cubic-foot balloon remained aloft for over 46 days.

By 6 July 2016


Second successful rocket booster test for NASA's Mars roadmap (Tomorrow Daily 385)

Before we know it, we'll be sending a crew of humans into deep space, but before it does, NASA needs a few more successful tests like the one that happened today.

By 30 June 2016


NASA's successful rocket booster test gets us one step closer to Mars (Tomorrow Daily 385)

NASA's Space Launch System rocket booster test in a Utah desert finds success; also, a free-roaming VR experience is coming to a Japanese theme park.

By 29 June 2016


Watch the intense movie-style trailer for NASA's Jupiter mission

The Juno mission boldly goes where no spacecraft has gone before and a dramatic trailer highlights the danger of the journey.

By 23 June 2016


Dark side of the moon: The grim history of NASA's space race

On this day in history: June 20 marks some important milestones in the dark history of human space exploration.

By 20 June 2016


NASA's Mars exploration job posters beckon you to the Red Planet

NASA's inspirational call-to-duty posters will make you want to hop on the next spacecraft to leave Earth, even if it's decades from now.

By 16 June 2016


NASA's biggest-ever batch of new planets includes 9 in the habitable zone

Data from the Kepler space telescope has helped identify over a thousand new exoplanets, including nine that might be right for hosting life.

By 11 May 2016