Monday, April 25, 2016

UFO SIGHTINGS: NASA Mission Captures - The Latest Images Of Giant UFOs, Mysterious Structures And Aerial Anomalies In Space!

NASA’s Magellan Probe captures anomalies on Venus. See more below

April 25, 2016 - SPACE
- In the  following videos, taken from NASA's multimedia archives, UFOs, mysterious structures and various aerial anomalies can be seen on or around the Sun, the Moon, Planet Mars, in Earth's orbit and around the International Space Station (ISS).

WATCH: NASA’s Magellan Probe captures anomalies on Venus.

See original image HERE.

WATCH: Anomalies on Mars.

See original image HERE.

 See original image HERE.

WATCH: Anomalies near the Sun.

See original image HERE and HERE.

WATCH: Anomalies on the Moon.

See original image HERE.

ANOTHER EARTH: Space Reboot - Kepler Telescope Back To Scanning For Alien Worlds!

April 23, 2016 -  SPACE
 -  The Kepler space observatory is back on its ambitious mission in search of alien life in our galaxy, much to the relief of scientists and fans.

Why the restarted NASA spacecraft slipped into emergency mode earlier this month remains a bit of a mystery.

Kepler and K2 mission manager Charlie Sobeck wrote that the telescope has been rebooted and started hunting down Earth-like exoplanets in the center of Milky Way on Friday. 

“The pointing tables and science targets – instructions that tell the spacecraft where to look and at what – were reloaded and confirmed, onboard logs and counters were reset, and a new command sequence was created, tested and uploaded to account for the late start of the campaign,”
reads NASA statement.

While NASA engineers managed to revive the telescope, the exact cause of the glitch that disrupted the mission on April 8 is unknown.

Although, the root of the problem is still under investigation, NASA thinks the abnormality was probably triggered by “a barrage of false alarms” that overloaded the system.
Revival measures bore fruit after the telescope’s handlers rebooted some of its systems.

The space-loving Twitter community rejoiced at the highly awaited news of the spacecraft’s full recovery.

“Hurray!! Kepler Recovered and Returned to the K2 Mission,”
Tom Barclay, a Senior Research Scientist with NASA’s Kepler Mission, tweeted.

Jessica Davis offered her own explanation for the timing of the mission’s relaunch.

“Maybe the Kepler telescope is celebrating #EarthDay by continuing its mission to find another earth...”
she wrote.

Astro Bison is already making plans for the trove of data on exoplanets that Kepler is set to send to Earth.

“Hooray! More stars for me to set the postgrads to work on!” he tweeted.

Others just sighed with relief and wished Kepler good luck.
Kepler found some 5,000 exoplanets during its first mission in 2012.

Since 2014, the spacecraft has been on its current K2 mission, gathering evidence of alien worlds that could support life, along with other research.

NASA scientists expect to receive their first images from the restarted Kepler on May 24.

The current round of observations is scheduled to end on July 1, after which it will be impossible for Kepler to survey the center of the galaxy, as it will move out of the telescope’s view.

NASA / JPL Caltech

The Kepler telescope was launched in 2009, tasked with finding planets resembling Earth. It passes around the sun at a distance of some 75 million miles (120 million km). - RT.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

LIFE IN SPACE: Major Planet Colonisation Breakthrough - Chinese Scientists Send Embryo Into Space That "DEVELOP COMPLETELY", An Achievement That Will Help In Humanity's Mission To Colonise Other Planets!

Two-celled mouse embryos fully developed in space. GETTY

April 24, 2016 -  SPACE
 - A research team from China concluded that mammalian embryos are able to grow in space after it was feared that it would not be possible.

In early April, China launched a microgravity satellite named SJ-10 into the atmosphere which carried 6,000 mouse embryos inside a compartment about the size of a microwave oven.

Mouse embryos were sent into space. GETTY

The container was fitted with devices to feed the embryos nutrients in order to thrive and a microscopic camera to capture images of them developing.

Now the team claim to have received the images and some of the two-cell embryos have completely developed into blastocysts – which is the stage in its life where it implants into the wall of the uterus.

The embryos were on board a satellite. GETTY

This is the first time that mammalian embryos have developed in space and could lead to humans colonising other planets.

Experiment leader Professor Duan Enkui told China Daily: “The human race may still have a long way to go before we can colonise space.

WATCH: How will scientists modify embryos?

“But before that, we have to figure out whether it is possible for us to survive and reproduce in the outer space environment like we do on Earth.

“Now, we finally proved that the most crucial step in our reproduction – the early embryo development – is possible in outer space.”

The embryos will now return to Earth so that the team can analyse them more closely. - Express.

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