NASA is offering a unique proposition to all earthlings. The US's Space Administration is presenting the opportunity to anyone who wishes to send their works of art which will in turn be sent to an asteroid.
In 2016 we'll become witnesses to some rare and beautiful cosmic phenomena, 6 of which we shouldn't miss, advise NASA experts. The most remarkable will be during May when Mercury crosses in front of the Sun.
NASA has acquired a new type of telescope to help experts find gold within asteroids. Using NASA's new telescope they'll be able to measure the precise quantities of usable minerals found within the bowels of celestial bodies.
Pictures taken from space by a NASA satellite reveal more than 260 mysterious forms, including a swastika and cross, scattered about the barren Kazakh Steppe.
For several years Mars has been in the process of slowly destroying its natural satellite Phobos, announce NASA experts, who are studying the impressions and surface of Phobos.
NASA's NuSTAR telescope has detected unusual activity in the supermassive black hole Markarian 335. Images clearly show a strange light emitting from the black hole.
Most experts from NASA suggest that the 1st human foot should step on the icy region of Deuteronilus Mensae, located not far from the plane where the plot of The Martian movie takes place.
NASA announced that they've found an entire ocean on one of Saturn's moons. The satellite in question is Enceladus, which the Cassini space probe found water ice and vapor on back in 2005. . .
One of the discoveries is an unusual wave just north of the planet's equator, as well as a unique filament-like feature at the very heart of the Great Red Spot - a hurricane 3 times larger than Earth. . .
NASA has found running water at a narrow and nearly 328 ft (100 m) long salty water flow. The news was announced by the American space administration at a press conference aired around the world.