Stunning NASA Image Reveals Tombaugh Regio – The Hearth of Pluto

NASA is bringing you even more closer to planet pluto, this time with a photograph that reveals the dwarf planet’s heart-shaped region called Tombaugh Regio – NASA of course, is not a stranger when it come to parading such images.. During New Horizons’ closest flyby in July, the probe’s Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) zoomed in … Continue reading Stunning NASA Image Reveals Tombaugh Regio – The Hearth of Pluto

Video: Astrobotic Technology to Land a Robot on the Moon and Send Live Video Back to Earth

The question of ‘if’ men has reached the moon has long be kept to bed as researchers compete to earn a $30 million fortune from Google to beam video back from the moon. A researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, Daniel Shafrir, and his team want to do something incredible: they want to send a rover to … Continue reading Video: Astrobotic Technology to Land a Robot on the Moon and Send Live Video Back to Earth

Nigeria Will Launch Its First Indigenous Satellite By 2018 – Bulama

Abuja – According to The Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Abdu Bulama, Nigeria is set to launched its indigenous satellite in 2018. Bulama stated this when he inspected facilities at the Obasanjo Space Centre of the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA). The minister said the centre had the mandate to launch Nigeria’s first … Continue reading Nigeria Will Launch Its First Indigenous Satellite By 2018 – Bulama

China’s Chang’e-3 Makes it’s First Trip to Moon

China has joined the U.S. and Russia as one of only three nations to make a controlled soft landing of an unmanned spacecraft on the moon’s surface. China Central Television, the state television broadcaster in mainland China, broadcast the final stage of the mission on Saturday (see above video); it showed the Chang’e-3 successfully touching … Continue reading China’s Chang’e-3 Makes it’s First Trip to Moon