Stories about Cosmos

January 30, 2019

One last chance to revive Oppy

NASA’s Opportunity rover reached Mars in 2004 for what was intended to be a 90-day mission to analyze soil and rocks and help scientists better understand the Red Planet. To the pleasant surprise of “Oppy’s” engineers, the rover was able to...

January 29, 2019

Welcome Back Federal Workers!

We are back up and running this morning! Thank you for your patience. Please visit us at https://t.co/KAZIStjKGt pic.twitter.com/qVVRxXGAeX — NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) January 28, 2019 Thanks to all the Federal Workers who endured the long shutdown! ...

January 22, 2019

One cool thing: Super Blood Wolf Moon seen from around the world

Did you see the Super Blood Wolf Moon on Sunday night? It was truly something to behold and here in DC we were lucky enough to have clear skies to witness the lunar eclipse, it was worth staying up late to see! Check out this roundup of the coolest shots captured by...

January 10, 2019

Celestial events not to miss in 2019

While the new year just began, Mother Nature already has an entire year’s worth of celestial events lined up for your viewing pleasure. The first major event will be a Super Blood Wolf Moon (say that 3X fast) which will occur on January 20th at 11 PM and the...

January 5, 2019

Exploring Strange Worlds, Going Where No Craft Has Gone Before

The holiday break proved to be a big one for space exploration as NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft reached the outer edges of our universe and China’s Chang’e-4 rover landed on the far side of the moon, launching China’s space program into a new...