Since launching in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has snapped thousands of spectacular photographs, each with its own story. But in 1995, Hubble Deep Field was perhaps its most significant, a snapshot of the entire history of the universe and first of its kind. Robert Williams, former director of the Space Telescope Science Institute, talks about how the photo changed the culture of astronomy in this edition of Vox.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Tag Archives: space exploration
Nazi Flying Saucers
Two stunning films show German “flying discs” perfected by the Nazis in WWII. If these films are real — and not forgeries — then it’s clear that reports we have heard through the years of flying saucers might actually just be craft perfected by German scientists, technicians and craftsmen brought to America after the war ended, as part of Operation Paperclip. These films were published on YouTube near the end of May by Jeff Rense. We visit his website periodically to read news reports, mostly by Japanese journalist Yoichi Shimatsu, dealing with Pizzagate, Satanists, NXIVM, Jeffrey Epstein and related topics. In other words, all the news the news never prints!ARVE Error: need id and provider
Mars, Germany and the Secret Space Program. While the idea of anti-gravity space flight, or a breakaway German colony on the Moon, or a subterranean UFO base in Antarctica, might all sound like science fiction, what can be said for certain is that they are not new ideas, nor do not seem to be easily explained away. My name is Robert Sepehr, thank you for keeping an open mind.ARVE Error: need id and provider
If anti-gravity and free energy technology exists, as some have claimed, then why is it being kept secret? Could there really be a breakaway civilization that uses such advanced technology, or a secret space force, as some eyewitnesses have claimed. And if so, how would the government go about disclosing any of this, assuming it actually wanted to?ARVE Error: need id and provider
Notice Melania Trump’s fashion sense. Seems inspired by flying saucers, don’t you think?
Do Aliens Really Exist?
Surely you’ve seen videos of so-called UFOs. For some this is proof of alien life, while others aren’t so sure. So for World UFO Day 2013, D News lays out all the evidence, runs the numbers, and asks… do aliens really exist?ARVE Error: need id and provider
Drinkable Water on Mars
The Opportunity rover discovered clay minerals on the Martian surface, which points to an ancient, watery past. H/T SourceFedARVE Error: need id and provider
Does Alien Life Exist?
The universe is huge. That means two things: 1. There is probably life elsewhere, 2. It is likely too far away to have reached us. More from Veritasium.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Hubble Realms of Light
Getting ready for the advent of 4k TV. Revel in some of the highest resolution images from the Hubble Space Telescope. Even now you can see the detail now in these inspiring images, but be sure to check back when you have lined up your 4k monitor or TV in the coming years.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, is the world’s leading space entrepreneur. Hear how Musk plans to send millions of people to colonize Mars, as Michelle Fields talks to the tech innovator about the future of space exploration, scientific innovation and doing business in California during a recession. H/T PJTVARVE Error: need id and provider
The Earth’s Sweet Curves
This 4k video features some of the most astonishingly beautiful images from the Gateway to Astronaut Photography based at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. How can anyone ever tire of gazing on the gentle curvature of mother Earth as seen from the International Space Station.ARVE Error: need id and provider
The Space Harpoon
Engineers are developing a harpoon to clear up space junk. The harpoon will be used to snag defunct satellites and used rocket boosters threatening other satellites and astronauts on the International Space Station. Channel 4 News in Great Britain reports.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Profits in Space
Planetary Resources is an asteroid mining company. Its president, Chris Lewicki, joins Glenn Reynolds to discuss the profit potential from space exploration. Platinum and other precious metals exist in abundance in space. Is space the next big growth industry? Find out. Also, watch for our companion piece coming later today — Hank Green on the topic of Asteroid Wranglin.’ H/T PJTVARVE Error: need id and provider