Rosetta

"We will end in a very rock-and-roll fashion."
What drives an issue home each and every time is when it is made personal, when the headlines become faces, or in this case when the refugees of war, hunger, religion or politics, turn into human beings -- just like you and me.
“Images taken from this viewpoint are of high scientific value,” Holger Sierks, OSIRIS principal investigator from the Max
NASA's Curiosity rover detected a burp of methane on Mars lasting for several months--possibly stemming from a geologic process called serpentinization, or possibly the signature of microscopic Martian life.
The 96-mile-wide crater that NASA's Curiosity rover has been exploring probably once held a vast lake.
But new data from the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission suggest that that theory is all wet. A paper describing the
Space and booze have been making a lot of news recently. Perhaps someday we'll all be throwing back space beers on Mars.
(Reporting by Irene Klotz in Cape Canaveral, Florida; Editing by Dale Hudson) Its last task was to reposition itself so that
For the most part, we have lost contact with the heavens. The stars that gave our ancestors comfort and -- sometimes -- direction are nearly lost to us now. It is not just the light pollution of our cities, it is the blue-lit, seductive attraction of our digital devices that block us from looking to the night sky.