Saturn's massive moon Titan is the only non-planet in the Solar System to sustain a thick atmosphere. The question on everyone's mind is whether it has the ability to sustain life. Here is the latest installment brought to you by the NASA Astrobiology Institute: http://www.nasa.gov/t...30403.html
NASA's first manned outpost in deep space may be a repurposed rocket part. With a little tinkering, the upper-stage hydrogen propellant tank of NASA's huge Space Launch System rocket would make a nice and relatively cheap deep-space habitat, some researchers say. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/3j32
BREAKING NEWS: STUDENTS IN AEROSPACE IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE NEW AEROSPACE PLATFORM: KIDS IN AEROSPACE. This platform is meant to motivate all the little ones to make it through kindergarten and inspire them to pursue opportunities beyond their own sandcastle. We'll be listing free education videos on 'Diaper Dynamics', 'Structural Integrity of Clay' and 'Strategic Management of a Doll House'. Kids everywhere will soon be able to sign up, at which they will receive a free toy from our CFO.
THE SUN’s EVIL TWIN DISCOVERED!
Cosmologists at the TES Institute announced their late night discovery confirming the existence of a sister star of our own sun. The existence of this star was theorized as early as 1983 by Richard Muller as an alternative attempt to explain the repetitive ~26 million year cycles of mass extinctions...https://www.facebook....amp;type=1