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World War II Sunken Aircraft Carrier Found Amazingly Intact

World War II Sunken Aircraft Carrier Found Amazingly Intact

The World War II aircraft carrier Independence has been found sunken, but amazingly intact, 30 miles off the northern coast of California near the Farallon Islands. A video by a remote-controlled submarine showed the vessel sitting upright with a plane still in the hangar. This discovery was part of a mission by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration […]

Thirty Meter Telescope Keeping Protesters Busy

Thirty Meter Telescope Keeping Protesters Busy

The Thirty Meter Telescope, also known as TMT, is a $1.3 billion project on Mauna Kea Mountain in Hawaii that is scheduled for construction next Monday, but an increasing number of protestors against the project has led to law enforcement officers making arrests. The purpose of creating this telescope is to provide astronomers with crisp […]

Holocaust Saviors and Shanghai Connection

Holocaust Saviors and Shanghai Connection

During the Holocaust, it is well-known that there were people who risked their lives and careers to become saviors to Europe’s Jewish population. However, few know of the Asian connection in the Chinese port city of Shanghai, which at the time was under Japanese military occupation. During this time, while most countries around the world […]

SpaceX Reusable Rocket Landing Was Nearly Successful [Video]

SpaceX Reusable Rocket Landing Was Nearly Successful [Video]

SpaceX’ latest attempt to make a reusable rocket landing on Tuesday was nearly successful. The landing was better than what the company experienced in January. Rockets are normally disposable, but they are very expensive. SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is about $54 million, while the fuel costs $200,000. Making it reusable would save a lot of […]

Research and Cargo Are on Their Way to the International Space Station [Video]

Research and Cargo Are on Their Way to the International Space Station [Video]

Important research and cargo are on their way to the International Space Station after being launched by a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which is known as Dragon. This key information will help NASA astronauts better prepare for future missions to Mars. Approximately two tons of cargo is on its way to the International Space Station. […]

Exoplanet Discovered 13,000 Light Years From Earth

Exoplanet Discovered 13,000 Light Years From Earth

Astronomers have discovered an exoplanet that is around 13,000 light-years from Earth, making it the most distant planet ever found. Though, it is not an astounding discovery because of the exoplanet itself, but because what it means for the future of planetary studies and mapping. NASA astronomers used the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Optical Gravitational […]

Supercivilizations Have Yet to Be Found by Astronomers

Supercivilizations Have Yet to Be Found by Astronomers

After searching through over 100,000 galaxies, astronomers have come up short on trying to find what they call “supercivilizations” that harbor extraterrestrial life. Jason Wright, a Penn State astronomer, who originally initiated the search, stated they have yet to find any signs of signatures that may have been left from highly advanced alien worlds. Though, […]

NASA to Pay $18,000 for the Dream Job of Couch Potatoes

NASA to Pay $18,000 for the Dream Job of Couch Potatoes

A job at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which is considered one of the most revered and admired organizations all over the world, is easily the dream job of scientists, physicists, and enthusiasts alike. However, NASA now has a new job opening which especially requires couch potatoes and other slumber fanatics – people who love […]

Dark Matter Map Reveals New Information on Stellar Evolution

Dark Matter Map Reveals New Information on Stellar Evolution

Astronomers have now created new maps that show large amounts of dark matter in the Universe, while in other areas it is entirely absent. This notion has baffled scientists for decades. The researchers who created the map also observed the locations of normal matter to add to the map to show stellar clusters. The normal […]

Universe Expansion Is Slowing Down

Universe Expansion Is Slowing Down

Astronomers believe the Universe is expanding at an ever-increasing rate by the enigmatic force that is known as dark energy. Though, new evidence has been found that may counter this original theory. Astronomers have found types of supernovae are are extraordinarily diverse, which backs up the claim that the Universe’s expansion is actually slowing down. […]

3D Robotics: Smart Solo Drone Technologies That Are First of Its Kind

3D Robotics: Smart Solo Drone Technologies That Are First of Its Kind

The new 3D Robotics Solo smart drone runs unmanned. It can film movie shots or shoot the world around you. 3D Robotics promises that this drone has technologies that are the first of its kind. The best part is any beginner can learn to use these technologies right away. The 3D Robotic Solo Drone uses […]

NASA Plans Anniversary Events for Hubble [Video]

NASA Plans Anniversary Events for Hubble [Video]

In honor of the 25 year anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA has planned a number of events leading up to, and even after the big day. For 25 years, Hubble has been capturing awe inspiring images of the solar system. Many of these images have become as iconic as the piece of equipment […]

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