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Featured Image: Close up of the Moon. CREDIT & SOURCE: NASA. (Public Domain)
December 01, 2013 BBC News
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Space”
Featured Image: Close-up of the Moon. SOURCE: NASA (Public Domain)
Published on May 16, 2013
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from New Scientist
15:15 02 January 2013 by Jeff Hecht
Who says NASA has lost interest in the moon? Along with rumours of a hovering lunar base, there are reports that the agency is considering a proposal to capture an asteroid and drag it into the moon’s orbit.
Researchers with the Keck Institute for Space Studies in California have confirmed that NASA is mulling over their plan to build a robotic spacecraft to grab a small asteroid and place it in high lunar orbit. The mission would cost about $2.6 billion – slightly more than NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover – and could be completed by the 2020s. . . . Read Complete Report
From News Daily
By Irene Klotz
Posted 2012/12/28 at 5:29 pm EST
Dec. 28, 2012 (Reuters) — A comet blazing toward Earth could outshine the full moon when it passes by at the end of next year – if it survives its close encounter with the sun.
The recently discovered object, known as comet ISON, is due to fly within 1.2 million miles (1.9 million km) from the center of the sun on November 28, 2013 said astronomer Donald Yeomans, head of NASA’s Near Earth Object Program at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. . . . Read Complete Report
Published on Jan 2, 2013
Spotted Comet ISON Could Be Brighter Than Moon coming in 2013
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from Science Daily
Dec. 4, 2012 — Researchers have discovered what may be the earliest dinosaur, a creature the size of a Labrador retriever, but with a five foot-long tail, that walked the Earth about 10 million years before more familiar dinosaurs like the small, swift-footed Eoraptor and Herrerasaurus.
The findings mean that the dinosaur lineage appeared 10 million to 15 million years earlier than fossils previously showed, originating in the Middle Triassic rather than in the Late Triassic period. . . . Read Complete Report
from Dr. Greer’s Blog
Published August 27, 2012 | By drgreer
Thursday, August 30, 2012 6:02
“The truth of that historic event has never been told. We did go to the moon- but the events that transpired were kept secret and officially remain secret to this day.
“By the time we landed on the moon, the Lunar Orbiter had mapped the moon and imaged ancient as well as more recent structures on the moon. This has been confirmed by more than one DisclosureProject.org witness. So by the time we landed, the military and intelligence community- and a small compartment of operatives at NASA- knew that we may in fact encounter something very unusual there.” . . . Read Complete Report
Neil Armstrong Disappointed NASA Lied to Him About Moon Project in Future
Published on Aug 25, 2012 by euro944t
Only 12 humans have walked on the moon and Neil Armstrong was the first. Neil Armstrong was a soft-spoken engineer who became a global hero when as a steely-nerved pilot he made “one giant leap for mankind” with a small step onto the moon. The modest man who credited others for the feat, died Saturday, from complications resulting from a cardiovascular bypass operation. He was 82. Armstrong
During the Apollo 11 moon landing, there was a two minute period of radio silence. Astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin saw something else watching them! According to Timothy Good, author of Above Top Secret. . . .Read Complete Report & much,much more.
Apollo Moon Landing Mixed (Thats one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind)
Uploaded by Curivity on Jul 19, 2009
Contains footage from Apollo Moon landing and moonwalks. Mixed with some Canon Piano music and the famous words by Neil Armstrong himself. . . . Text posted with video on youtube.
By Adam Mann
May 25, 2012
The moon is about to become crowded.
In the next few years a slew of countries, including China, India, and Japan, are looking to put unmanned probes on the lunar surface. But more unprecedented are the 26 teams currently racing to win the Google Lunar X Prize – a contest that will award $20 million to the first private company to land a robot on the lunar surface, travel a third of a mile, and send back a high-definition image before 2015.
With all this activity, NASA is somewhat nervous about its own lunar history. The agency recently released a set of guidelines that aim to preserve important heritage locations such as the Apollo landing and Ranger impact sites. The report, available since 2011 to members of the private spaceflight community, was publicly posted at NASA’s website and officially accepted by the X Prize foundation on May 24. . . . Read Complete Report
from The Daily Galaxy
May 19, 2012
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has a low probability of success, but it would have a high impact if successful. Physicists Paul Davies and Robert Wagner of Arizona State University argued last year that it makes sense to widen the search to scour the Moon for possible alien artifacts. At Penn State, researchers propose the same type of search for Mars. To date, SETI has been dominated by the paradigm of seeking deliberately beamed radio messages. The ASU team argued that Alien civilizations may have sent probes to our region of the galaxy, and that any mission to the solar system would probably have occurred a very long time ago. The lunar environment could preserve artifacts for millions of years due to the absence of erosion and plate tectonics. . . . Read Complete Report