Top Stories

Trump's NASA to Focus on Deep-Space Activities, Abandoning Earth and Climate Science - Nature World News;

Trump's NASA to Focus on Deep-Space Activities, Abandoning Earth and Climate Science - Nature World News

Nature World NewsTrump's NASA to Focus on Deep-Space Activities, Abandoning Earth and Climate ScienceNature World NewsUS President-elect Donald Trump has been open with his view on climate change being a hoax, and now, Trump has tapped one of the most popular climate skeptics, Myron Ebell, to lead the US EPA transition. (Photo : Drew Angerer/Getty Images).and more »

Trump's victory looks terrible for NASA's Earth science missions - TopNews United States

Trump's victory looks terrible for NASA's Earth science missionsTopNews United StatesIt is still unknown what the Donald Trump administration will mean for the future of the government-run space agency NASA, but the Republican leader's win will apparently be terrible for the agency's Earth science programs. According to Trump's space ...and more »

How Would Donald Trump's Presidency Impact NASA's Deep Space Exploration, Earth Sciences Program? - International Business Times;

How Would Donald Trump's Presidency Impact NASA's Deep Space Exploration, Earth Sciences Program? - International Business Times

International Business TimesHow Would Donald Trump's Presidency Impact NASA's Deep Space Exploration, Earth Sciences Program?International Business TimesNot much is currently known about Donald Trump's plans for NASA, as the president-elect is yet to outline a cogent space policy. However, comments his advisers have made during the course of the campaign make two things absolutely clear — under Trump ...and more »

Space Exploration and Mars Under President Donald Trump - Inverse;

Space Exploration and Mars Under President Donald Trump - Inverse

InverseSpace Exploration and Mars Under President Donald TrumpInverseFor half of the country, it's a somber Wednesday. In the aftermath of the 2016 United States election, which left billionaire celebrity Donald Trump as President-elect, reasonable citizens are beginning to wonder how policies may shift. Domestic and ...and more »

NASA launches smallsats swarm for exploring earth's weather conditions - The TeCake;

NASA launches smallsats swarm for exploring earth's weather conditions - The TeCake

The TeCakeNASA launches smallsats swarm for exploring earth's weather conditionsThe TeCakeThe revelations of science have been continuing to amaze us and we humans are never getting tired of it, do we? We have progressed from the Stone Age to the age of space exploration and along the way we have created or discovered many entities which ...and more »

Who will Donald Trump choose as NASA administrator? - Blasting News;

Who will Donald Trump choose as NASA administrator? - Blasting News

Blasting NewsWho will Donald Trump choose as NASA administrator?Blasting NewsOne of the positions that President Election Donald Trump needs to fill and quickly is that of NASA administrator considering the great many changes he plans for the #Space agency. The two men who head up his NASA transition team. Former Rep.and more »

Installing Trump's Space Policy At NASA - Space Ref (press release);

Installing Trump's Space Policy At NASA - Space Ref (press release)

Space Ref (press release)Installing Trump's Space Policy At NASASpace Ref (press release)The Trump campaign was mostly caught by surprise by their win. While there was a formal Trump Transition Team operating, it had not gotten to the point of working details of who would visit each agency and what they would do once they arrived. Right ...and more »

How NASA Will Choose Astronauts for Its Incredible Journey to Mars - WIRED;

How NASA Will Choose Astronauts for Its Incredible Journey to Mars - WIRED

WIREDHow NASA Will Choose Astronauts for Its Incredible Journey to MarsWIREDChristine Corbett Moran was in Antarctica when she got the news: NASA wanted to interview her, in person, for the next class of astronauts. Moran is a coder and theoretical astrophysicist, and she'd been holed up in the southernmost part of the world ...and more »

NASA small satellites poised to take a new view of Earth - SpaceFlight Insider;

NASA small satellites poised to take a new view of Earth - SpaceFlight Insider

SpaceFlight InsiderNASA small satellites poised to take a new view of EarthSpaceFlight InsiderTROPICS, a new NASA Earth-observing mission announced this year, will study the insides of hurricanes with a constellation of 12 CubeSats. Image & Caption Credit: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. This month, NASA will launch the first of a suite of six ...and more »

What Will Trump's Presidency Mean for Our Future in Space? - Gizmodo;

What Will Trump's Presidency Mean for Our Future in Space? - Gizmodo

GizmodoWhat Will Trump's Presidency Mean for Our Future in Space?GizmodoIf you woke up today wishing to fling yourself into a black hole, you may be wondering what's in store for NASA under President-elect Donald Trump. It is difficult to say much with certainty. But overall, the space agency will probably be directed to ...and more »

Trump's NASA looks good for human space exploration and terrible for Earth science - The Verge;

Trump's NASA looks good for human space exploration and terrible for Earth science - The Verge

The VergeTrump's NASA looks good for human space exploration and terrible for Earth scienceThe VergeUpdate November 23rd 2:30PM ET: When this story was originally reported on November 9th, Walker thought he might be on the NASA transition team. He has since told The Verge that he won't be a team member, since he is a lobbyist, but that he hopes to ...and more »

Where Will President-Elect Trump Take American Space Endeavours? - Universe Today;

Where Will President-Elect Trump Take American Space Endeavours? - Universe Today

Universe TodayWhere Will President-Elect Trump Take American Space Endeavours?Universe TodayWith the 2016 election now finished and Donald Trump confirmed as the president-elect of the United States, there are naturally some concerns about what this could means for the future of NASA. Given the administration's commitment to Earth science ...and more »

This Internal NASA Memo Addresses a Trump Presidency - Inverse;

This Internal NASA Memo Addresses a Trump Presidency - Inverse

InverseThis Internal NASA Memo Addresses a Trump PresidencyInverseCharles Bolden is the third-longest serving NASA administrator, having assumed the top spot at the space agency six months into the presidency of Barack Obama in July 2009. During his tenure, NASA has seen advancement of its scientific and human ...and more »

International Space Station will be visible above Coventry this November - find out when - Coventry Telegraph;

International Space Station will be visible above Coventry this November - find out when - Coventry Telegraph

Coventry TelegraphInternational Space Station will be visible above Coventry this November - find out whenCoventry TelegraphOnce again, the International Space Station is set to be visible above Coventry and Warwickshire over the coming days and weeks. The eleventh month of the year has arrived across the city and the surrounding region. And November offers local stargazers ...and more »

President Donald Trump may order NASA back to the moon - Blasting News;

President Donald Trump may order NASA back to the moon - Blasting News

Blasting NewsPresident Donald Trump may order NASA back to the moonBlasting NewsOne of the many things that the incoming Donald Trump administration will do is to change the way NASA operates. Robert Walker, the former congressman who has advised Team Trump on #Space policy, has already suggested that there will be a renewed ...and more »

Internal NASA Memo From Charlie Bolden: Reaching for New Heights in 2017 and Beyond - Space Ref (press release);

Internal NASA Memo From Charlie Bolden: Reaching for New Heights in 2017 and Beyond - Space Ref (press release)

Space Ref (press release)Internal NASA Memo From Charlie Bolden: Reaching for New Heights in 2017 and BeyondSpace Ref (press release)As someone who served for decades in the United States Marine Corps, it always gives me great pride to see our fellow Americans exercise the most sacred right in our democracy – a right that good men and women have fought and died for since the ...and more »

Trump will probably undo Obama's budget increases for Earth sciences - Ars Technica;

Trump will probably undo Obama's budget increases for Earth sciences - Ars Technica

Ars TechnicaTrump will probably undo Obama's budget increases for Earth sciencesArs TechnicaEnlarge / This is the Globe Sculpture at the Trump International Hotel and Tower, located on 59th Street and Columbus Circle in New York City. Visions of America/UIG via Getty Images. reader comments. Share this story. The election of Donald Trump as ...and more »

What Donald Trump's presidency means for Nasa and space travel (it's bad, but not that bad) - International Business Times UK;

What Donald Trump's presidency means for Nasa and space travel (it's bad, but not that bad) - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKWhat Donald Trump's presidency means for Nasa and space travel (it's bad, but not that bad)International Business Times UKTrump wants to invest in space exploration, but has no interest in low-Earth orbit activity. Hannah Osborne. By Hannah Osborne. Updated November 10, 2016 10:25 GMT. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%.and more »

NASA to launch swarms of tiny satellites into orbit - Christian Science Monitor;

NASA to launch swarms of tiny satellites into orbit - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorNASA to launch swarms of tiny satellites into orbitChristian Science MonitorThese new 'smallsats' are part of a paradigm shift for NASA, which is increasingly turning to tiny technology as a more economical alternative to traditional satellites. By Weston Williams, Staff November 8, 2016. Save for later Saved · About video ads ...and more »

How NASA astronauts cast their votes ... from spaaaaace! (+video) - Christian Science Monitor;

How NASA astronauts cast their votes ... from spaaaaace! (+video) - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorHow NASA astronauts cast their votes ... from spaaaaace! (+video)Christian Science MonitorShane Kimbrough, the sole American astronaut aboard the International Space Station, cast his vote Monday via a digital version of the familiar federal absentee ballot. By Rowena Lindsay, Staff November 8, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. US ...and more »