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Asg 27, 01 / Jul 14, 17 18:21 UTC

''Landing on the Red Planet is one of the biggest challenges in spaceflight, so hard that the problem is referred as the Great Galactic Ghoul.''

''NASA's Journey to Mars might be officially dead. That is, the agency doesn't seem likely to land an astronaut on the Red ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 11:35 UTC

I would have preferred NASA to do the job. I've never enjoyed the thought of private corporations conquering space instead of state owned players.

Asg 27, 01 / Jul 14, 17 19:45 UTC

NASA has given up but Elon Musk is still pouring his money into space x so its still a possibility

Asg 20, 01 / Jul 7, 17 15:58 UTC

''A new telescope in La Palma, in Spain's Canary Islands, coordinates with gravitational-wave detectors to track down optical signals of the colossal collisions that cause them.

The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer (GOTO), built as an international collaboration led by the U.K.'s University of Warwick and Australia's Monash ...

Asg 20, 01 / Jul 7, 17 15:51 UTC

''The frigid, faraway body that NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will zoom by 18 months from now may actually be a cluster of small objects, new observations suggest.

New Horizons — which performed the first-ever flyby of Pluto in July 2015 — ...

Asg 20, 01 / Jul 7, 17 15:52 UTC

It is really nice that we get to see new things all the time and that we learn more and more in a rapid speed.

Asg 19, 01 / Jul 6, 17 17:52 UTC

''Brown dwarfs, or failed stars that resemble rogue planets, are far more abundant than astronomers previously thought. A whopping 100 billion of the small, dim celestial bodies could be lurking throughout the Milky Way, new research suggests. ''

Asg 19, 01 / Jul 6, 17 17:48 UTC

''The Martian surface may be even less hospitable to life than scientists had thought.

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation streaming from the sun "activates" chlorine compounds in the Red Planet's soil, turning them into potent microbe-killers, a new study suggests.

The Martian surface may ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 11:40 UTC

I always take it as a good thing when we learn something new, it brings us closer to the level we need to be to do stuff safely.

And we sure don't need more problems besides the all we already know about on our way to serious ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 11:40 UTC

I always take it as a good thing when we learn something new, it brings us closer to the level we need to be to do stuff safely.

And we sure don't need more problems besides the all we already know about on our way to serious ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 11:38 UTC

I take all new knowledge as a good thing, it is always an step forward for us.

And we sure don't need a killer bacteria to make it even harder for us to conquer space or parts of it.

Asg 18, 01 / Jul 5, 17 13:22 UTC

''The speediest stars zipping through the Milky Way galaxy are runaways from a small neighboring galaxy, according to a new study.

Scientists said they suspect that around 10,000 of these so-called "hypervelocity" stars in the Milky Way were born in a small satellite galaxy known as the ...

Asg 18, 01 / Jul 5, 17 13:12 UTC

''Just how clean are spacecraft clean rooms ? Turns out, they have some dirty little secrets.

As multiple nations lob spacecraft to Mars, there's always the concern that Red Planet-bound vehicles might provide a free ride to organic material and microbes. That material

Asg 16, 01 / Jul 3, 17 13:34 UTC

''For the first time ever, scientists have directly spotted a pair of supermassive black holes orbiting each other, a new study suggests.

This orbital motion — which was noted in observations made over the course of a dozen years — may be the smallest-ever ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 11:41 UTC

It would be a great experience and good goal to work for.

Asg 16, 01 / Jul 3, 17 13:50 UTC

I hope some day I can go to space

Asg 16, 01 / Jul 3, 17 13:31 UTC

''Earth gets farther from the sun today (July 3) than it does at any other point during the year.

The moment of greatest separation, known as aphelion, comes at 4:11 p.m. EDT (2011 GMT) today, when Earth and the sun will be 94,505,901 miles ...

Asg 13, 01 / Jun 30, 17 12:27 UTC

''As NASA makes plans to one day send humans to Mars, one of the key technical gaps the agency is working to fill is how to provide enough power on the Red Planet’s surface for fuel production, habitats and other equipment. One option: small nuclear fission reactors, which work ...

Asg 13, 01 / Jun 30, 17 16:15 UTC

If we would be able to come up with a reliable, powerful yet reasonably sized way to produce all the energy we need it would be a huge step towards conquering the space.

Asg 6, 01 / Jun 23, 17 20:09 UTC

''In the first of three launches scheduled worldwide Friday, ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle has conducted its fortieth launch, deploying a Cartosat-2 Earth imaging spacecraft and a host of small satellites. Liftoff from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in India was on schedule at 09:29 local time (03:59 UTC).'' ...

Asg 4, 01 / Jun 21, 17 13:45 UTC

NASA's new compact high-power solar array made its debut on the International Space Station Sunday (June 18), allowing astronauts to test the technology's durability for deep-space missions. - See more at:

These could be handy at Asgardia's Space Station as well.

Asg 2, 01 / Jun 19, 17 17:24 UTC

NASA on Monday (June 19) unveiled the complete set of data from the first four years of the agency's Kepler Space Telescope mission, which stared at a single patch of the sky in the search for alien planets. The result: Kepler has discovered 219 new alien ...

Asg 2, 01 / Jun 19, 17 08:51 UTC

NASA will announce the latest crop of planet discoveries from the Kepler Space Telescope during a briefing Monday morning (June 19).

The briefing will be at 11 a.m. EDT (1500 GMT) during the Kepler Science Conference at NASA's Ames Research Center in California.

Asg 2, 01 / Jun 19, 17 10:08 UTC

NASA could do so much more with bigger budget, it's a shame that a matter of that great importance has to manage with so little.

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 20:24 UTC
For Science

I value all science and I think that humankind should invest more in space exploring and prepare for a day that we're on a course to collide with an asteroid or something. Every time when humans work to develop means to deal with an issue of some kind we ...

Nov 7, 01 / Nov 11, 17 13:24 UTC

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC
Hi everybody, If I become a Mayor of my area I will work to increase the activity and togetherness of Asgardians in my area in accordance of the Asgardian principles and do my best to convince people in my area to join Asgardia if they feel that Asgardia is something ...
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