Outer space

This handout composite image provided by NASA shows the visible and near infrared light spectrum collected from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope over a nine-year period. The Hubble Space Telescope has captured our cosmos at its most colorful. A new NASA panorama looking deep and far into the universe for the first time includes ultraviolet light, which is normally not visible to the human eye. It shows up in the photo as bright baby blue with spinning galaxies, which are about 5 to 10 billion years old, not too old or young in cosmic terms. The photo was taken over 841 orbits of the telescope and shows about 10,000 multi-colored galaxies. (AP Photo/NASA)

Help decide the names of planets

Wouldn’t you want a planet named after yourself? The International Astronomical Union has unveiled a contest called NameExoWorlds that gives the public and astronomy groups a role in naming planets and stars beyond the solar […]


Dr. Steven M. Greer

Dr. Steven M. Greer on Business Rockstars

Today’s guest on Business Rockstars is Dr. Steven M. Greer, a medical doctor and ufologist, who has founded The Disclosure Project, The Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI) and The Orion Project and Sirius Technology Advanced Research.


NASA Voyager spacecraft in flight, NASA artist rendering via AP

NASA: Voyager 1 enters new region of solar system

LOS ANGELES (AP) – NASA’s long-running Voyager 1 spacecraft has entered a new region at the edge of the solar system and is close to exiting it forever.



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