Are you handling coronavirus lockdown like a champ and think you could take 8 additional moths of isolation? If so, NASA is willing to pay volunteers to eight months locked up in a simulated spacecraft on its way to Mars. One caveat: since it takes place in Moscow, Russia, you are required to speak both English and Russian to even be considered
Photo credit: Arvin Maleki | Ayda Mohseni
Created by designers Arvin Maleki and Ayda Mohseni, the Black Hole speaker has an out of this world design that looks exactly as it sounds. Many know that a real black hole is basically a region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that absolutely nothing, not even particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light, can escape from it. Fortunately, this device is used purely for entertainment.
It’s official, the sixth mission of the Boeing X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV-6) is set to be launched on May 16 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida by the Department of the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office in partnership with the U.S. Space Force. No details about the mission were mentioned, but it aims to test new systems in space and return them to Earth to help the U.S. more efficiently and effectively develop space capabilities necessary to maintain superiority in the space domain.
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope managed to capture stunning images of comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) between April 20-23, 2020, giving us the clearest views yet of it disintegrating. The telescope managed to identify 30 fragments on April 20th, and then another 25 on April 23rd, all enveloped in a sunlight-swept tail of cometary dust.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured these incredible new images of Jupiter on April 10th and processed b y Kevin M. Gill. Simply put, they look like paintings, thanks to Juno’s onboard imaging technology, which recorded the data while traveling 5,375 miles above the clouds at a latitude of 50° degrees North at 127,000 mph.