NASA's Voyager 1 was launched almost 45 years ago, and has achieved more than anyone was expecting. Now, as it travels outside of our solar system, data that is being sent back has left its engineers puzzled.
Russia's dangerous and irresponsible behavior jeopardizes the long-term sustainability of our outer space and clearly demonstrated that Russia's claims of opposing the weaponization of space are disingenuous.
According to reports, there is potential for a loud sonic boom and visible fire ball traveling across the Gulf Coast night sky this evening as a SpaceX capsule will be reentering the earth's atmosphere. The crew and capsule are set to splashdown off of the Florida coast after spending over six months at the International Space Station.
Every 6,800 years you can catch a glimpse of Comet NEOWISE zooming through the inner solar system. So yes, now is the time to grab your binoculars or a small telescope and get ready to brag to your fellow stargazing friends that you saw IT.