Philadelphia will be the world headquarters of a two day NASA “hackathon” on April 20th and 21st.
One person just leaving the Philadelphia Museum of Art reported seeing a streaking light in the sky caught.
Scientists say an asteroid will pass closer to Earth today than any other they’ve ever tracked. Though “close” is in cosmic terms, and they say it’s not related to the meteorites in Russia.
A local high school is, once again, teaming up with NASA on designing hardware that could benefit astronauts on the International Space Station.
A scientist who is playing a major role in the discovery of exoplanets, or potentially habitable planets, is speaking at Villanova University 3 p.m. today.
Odds are you won’t get to explore the stars yourself – or even have access to all of NASA’s tools. The Visualization Explorer app is the next best thing.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon after Neil Armstrong, recalls that significant moment in history, when his crew made it to the moon with just 20 seconds of fuel left.
Chris discusses the death, at Eagles training camp, of Andy Reid’s son, Garrett ,with Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the voice of the Eagles, Merrill Reese. He also talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup about the controversy still swirling around Mitt Romney’s tax returns and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel, about another walk off win against the Diamondbacks yesterday.
Looking around our nation, it’s obvious that we need more heroines and heroes with Sally Ride’s brave and courageous character. Her inspiration and legacy must live on to create the heroines – and heroes – of the future.
Astronauts on board The International Space Station took a break Tuesday to answer questions from children who particpated in a one day program at Philadelphia University.
The biggest solar flare in six years erupted on Tuesday and was heading our way. However, it appears that Earth has dodged most of the barrage of charged particles shot out by the sun.
An asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier is passing close to the Earth this evening, but amateur astronomers may have a hard time seeing it about 6:30, when it would be visible, because of the brightness of the nearly full moon.
At a Nastar training facility in Southampton, Bucks County, Ferguson reflected on the end of the space shuttle days and where his own career is headed.
NASA says the odds of any individual being struck by the debris are one in 21 trillion. Commuters say they’re more concerned about the falling stock market than they are about a falling satellite.
Most of it will break up and burn before hitting the earth’s atmosphere, according to Derrick Pitts, chief astronomer at the Franklin Institute, but an estimated 26 pieces could hit somewhere on Earth.
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