Watch live: SpaceX launches 105 satellites from Florida

1/5 A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is prepared for launch on Thursday at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. Photo courtesy of SpaceX ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 13 (UPI) – SpaceX plans to launch 105 satellites from Florida on Thursday morning as part of its rideshare program, which it uses to release satellites for dozens … Read more

Angelina Jolie reveals she has been working with teen girls to promote science

Angelina Jolie has six kids to look after at her home in Los Angeles. But the Oscar-winning actress has managed to find time to also work with teens around the world to better their education in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The iconic Eternals star, 46, has been doing so in partnership … Read more

10 science fiction movies that will give you an existential crisis

Ever since the sci-fi film genre became popular, fans have been captivated by epic space battles, alien creatures, and action-packed otherworldly adventures. However, not all science fiction is created equal, and some of the best films in the genre are thought-provoking journeys into the unknown. From Stanley Kubrick to Denis Villeneuve, talented directors have helped … Read more

What are the science fiction movies and series to be released in 2022? | SciFi | Avatar 2 | Moonfall | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Lightyear | revtli | ANSWERS

Lima, January 9, 2022Updated on 01/09/2022 06:29 pm If when talking about film genres that can make our imagination fly more, the Science fiction it is among the first. Therefore, this 2022 means, for many fans, the year in which there will finally be premieres in films Y series that will reach the services of … Read more

NASA, private space industry may reach new heights in 2022

1/5 SpaceX’s deep-space, orbital Starship spacecraft is stacked atop its Super Heavy Booster in August at the company’s South Texas facility as engineers prepare for more test firings. Photo courtesy of SpaceX | License Photo Dec. 23 (UPI) — Space exploration may shatter records in 2022 with the launch of the most powerful rocket ever … Read more

NASA SMD Astrobiology Life-Detection Science and Technology Workshops

NASA SMD Astrobiology Life-Detection Science and Technology Workshops Status Report From: NASA Science Mission Directorate Posted: Friday, January 7, 2022 The NASA Planetary Exploration Science Technology Office and the NASA Astrobiology Program will be sponsoring a virtual workshop on the inter-connections between life-detection science and technology this coming spring. The workshop, hosted by Network for … Read more

NASA OCEO – Reviewers Needed for MAIANSE CONNECTing Indigenous Culture and Science Through Co-design of STEM Ecosystems (MAIANSE CONNECT)

NASA OCEO – Reviewers Needed for MAIANSE CONNECTing Indigenous Culture and Science Through Co-design of STEM Ecosystems (MAIANSE CONNECT) Status Report From: NASA HQ Posted: Thursday, January 6, 2022 NASA Research and Education Support Services (NRESS) is seeking persons willing to serve as peer reviewers for the Engagement Opportunities in NASA STEM 2022 (EONS-2022) Notice … Read more

NASA opens patent library to students for development of new business ideas

Patents owned by NASA now open for students to explore Briona Arradondo reports TAMPA, Fla. – NASA is partnering with Hillsborough Community College and the University of South Florida to allow students to view its roster of patents and see what they can turn into business models that solve real-world problems related to the environment, … Read more

Flurry of SpaceX launches to begin Thursday in Florida

1/5 A time-exposure photo captures a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket as it launches from Florida in August 2020 with an Argentine satellite headed to a polar orbit. File Photo by Joe Marino/UPI | License Photo ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 6 (UPI) – SpaceX plans to kick off a surge in launch activity Thursday with a Starlink … Read more

NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity notches 18th flight

1/5 An illustration depicts NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity flying on the Red Planet. Image courtesy of NASA Dec. 20 (UPI) — The Mars helicopter Ingenuity traveled 754 feet at 5.6 mph on its 18th flight on the Red Planet, NASA has confirmed. The helicopter is moving back toward the rover Perseverance’s original landing site as … Read more