A group of middle school students, at Temple University for a two-week science camp, were playing the role of NASA engineers.
A rocket carrying a NASA satellite lit up the pre-dawn skies Wednesday on a mission to track atmospheric carbon dioxide, the chief culprit behind global warming.
Zero gravity isn’t something most of us will ever experience, but some students at one Bucks County high school got to do just that recently.
Skywatchers are waking up early to try to catch a glimpse of a recently discovered comet as it passes through this part of the solar system.
Keep your eye on the sky Tuesday, because you will be able to see a Minotaur rocket launch that is scheduled for tonight and will put 29 satellites into space for the U.S. Air Force.
To be exact, Celest-jewel-ale contains crushed lunar meteorites that have been made into dust then steeped “like tea in a rich, malty Oktoberfest.”
The LADEE, or Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer, is scheduled to launch from the Wallops Flight Facility at 11:27 pm.
CloudSpotter is an app that enlists the help of smart phone owners to monitor the effect of clouds on the climate.
Bernard Harris flew two missions for NASA, in 1993 and 1995, then developed a foundation that sponsors Temple University’s free, two-week Summer Science Camp on the campus of Gwynedd Mercy College.
Four of the eight are women, the highest percentage of female astronaut candidates ever selected by NASA.
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.