NASA Discovers New Earth-Size Planet #shorts

NASA Discovers New Earth-Size Planet #shorts

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The life of NASA's ERBS (before it died)

The life of NASA’s ERBS (before it died)

NASA’s 38-year-old dead satellite has returned to Earth without incident. The Defense Department has confirmed that the Earth Radiation Budget Satellite (ERBS) reentered the atmosphere off the Alaskan coast at 11:04PM Eastern on January 8th. There are no reports of…

Everything you need to know about NASA’s Artemis mission

Everything you need to know about NASA’s Artemis mission

Amidst the pantheon of Greek gods, few are more revered than Artemis, Goddess of the hunt, chastity, and the Moon; Mistress of Animals, Daughter of Zeus and twin sister to Apollo. Famed for her pledge to never marry Artemis has…

Artemis: NASA’s Slingshot Around the Moon (Step-by-Step Breakdown)

Artemis: NASA’s Slingshot Around the Moon (Step-by-Step Breakdown)

With Artemis, NASA is taking a giant leap in a new space race, sending a human-rated spacecraft around the moon and further into deep space than ever before. Subscribe to CNET: Never miss a deal again! See CNET’s browser extension…

What a Meteor Sounds Like Hitting Mars #shorts

What a Meteor Sounds Like Hitting Mars #shorts

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Inside the World's Largest Digital Camera

Inside the World’s Largest Digital Camera

Scientists at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory recently took the lens cap off the world’s largest digital camera. The camera will be the centerpiece of an advanced telescope at the Vera C. Rubin Observatory in Chile. Subscribe to CNET: Never…

DART Explained: First Asteroid Crash Images

DART Explained: First Asteroid Crash Images

NASA slammed the DART probe into an asteroid the size of a Great Pyramid, all in the name of “planetary defense.” While this asteroid wasn’t a threat, the mission could one day save our lives. See our previous video on…

NASA's Artemis Launch Delayed #shorts

NASA’s Artemis Launch Delayed #shorts