Now “we can’t point where we need to point. We can’t gather data,” deputy project manager Charles Sobeck told The Associated Press.
‘The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure will bring forward en masse the evidence’ that ETs exist
There were initial concerns the undeployed antenna might interfere physically with the docking.
While scientists said the find appeared promising, more follow-up was needed to rule out other possibilities.
Putin insisted that Russia would not leave the base in Baikonur.
Its main mission will to give Earth warning when solar storms are on the way.
Unraveling the mystery of dark matter could help scientists better understand the composition of our universe
The newspaper reports that the sky flash was spotted as far south as Florida and as far north as New England.
It’s the longest stretch of inactivity since Curiosity’s daring touchdown near the Martian equator last year.
Sex in space has been a matter of curiosity and speculation for years
Armstrong, who died in 2012, commanded the historic landing of the Apollo 11 spacecraft on the moon in 1969.
The new world orbits too close to its sun-like star and is too sizzling to support life.
Ground stations in Russia link up astronauts after satellite link failure
‘I am ready to be the first human to be sent to space by Iranian scientists’
Learning new lessons from old technology
‘The resource potential of space outstrips that of any previous frontier’
Long before Curiosity became everybody’s favorite rover, Opportunity was the darling.
If the module proves durable during two years at the space station, it could open the door to habitats on the moon and missions to Mars
‘The worry about Apophis has only been postponed, not eliminated’