What humans will look like on Mars

Mars

Colonizing Mars might be the best chance to ensure the human species survival in the future. In order to adapt to Mar’s hostile living conditions, our bodies will evolve in ways that might end up with a completely new species of human.When it comes to colonizing new worlds, Mars could

Watch thousands of asteroids orbiting our sun

asteroids

Both NASA and ESA space missions have just released new videos plotting the orbits of tens of thousands of asteroids (and comets) orbiting our sun.The study of asteroids has come a long way in recent decades, especially since astronomers realized that Earth is more or less at the center of

NASA looks at Artificial Intelligence to communicate with space

NASA Artificial Intelligence (AI)

As collection of space data increases, NASA is exploring the infusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into space communications networks to meet demand and increase efficiency.Software-defined radios like cognitive radio use AI to employ underutilised portions of the electromagnetic spectrum without human intervention.The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) permits a cognitive radio

NASA Explores Virtual Reality Applications

reality

NASA is the latest organization to embrace virtual and augmented reality. Thomas Grubb, an engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, is leading a team to develop six multidisciplinary pilot projects highlighting the potential of VR and AR applications that could be used by NASA in the future.“Anyone who followed the

Cassini continues on its final Saturn jaunt

Cassini Saturn Orbit

After 13 years of exciting discoveries, NASA's Cassini spacecraft is making its final orbits of Saturn. On September 15 it will commence its mission-ending plunge into the thick atmosphere of the gas giant, but recent observations are proving that Cassini still has some surprises in store.Dubbed the "Grand Finale", this

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