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Monthly Archives: September 2011

CERN Labs recently released findings of neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light.  If this is proven to be true, we’re going to have to rethink/throw out some popular theories of physics…so I’m told.


The Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) is bus-sized satellite that was launched in 1991 to study the hole in the Ozone layer.  It’s scheduled to reenter the atmosphere on Friday Sept. 23…

UPDATE after the jump on NEW READERS!
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Recently, NASA released it’s much delayed and anticipated rocket design that will be replacing the Constellation program.  The new design is called the SLS (Space Launch System.)  Without a doubt, this is the worst named rocket in NASA history!  It couldn’t be more literal or boring!  Hit the jump for an artist’s rendition of NASA’s new SLS.

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We should all take a silent moment today for the lives lost ten years ago.  We need to put forth the compassionate effort to make events like these a thing of the past so their lives weren’t lost in vain.


GRAIL Satellites…smart.  More on the strip and mission after the jump:

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…this comic seems like a negative critique of NASA’s new photos, but I actually think they’re pretty darn cool.  Check one of them out after the jump.
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NASA gave Expidition 28 Labor Day off…I imagine this is how they spent their time.

This is a comic commenting on reactions to new transportation technology throughout history.  Read all the what’s and why’s for this strip after the jump.

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