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    Quantum Computing Breakthrough with Powerful 54-Qubit Chip!

    Google Researchers Harness Quantum Mechanics to Reach “Quantum Supremacy”—A Major Quantum Computing Breakthrough—If They’re Right… Last month some rumors leaked out regarding a possible quantum computing breakthrough. The scuttlebutt was that Google achieved a milestone in quantum computing called “quantum...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Jupiter's Moon Europa discussed on today's NASA Live Stream

    Watch Today’s NASA Live Stream from the IAC!

    It’s a Busy Day at the International Astronautical Congress; Fortunately, NASA’s Streaming All of the Happenings! Today is the third day of the 2019 International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Washington, D.C. Though the IAC is a closed event (until Friday),...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Space Security is the topic of today's International Astronautical Congress panel

    International Astronautical Congress – Today’s Live Stream

    Today’s Live Stream from the International Astronautical Congress, Courtesy of NASA TV, Is Called “Long-Term Sustainability of Outer Space – Advancing Space Economy” As we reported yesterday, Washington, D.C. is hosting the International Astronautical Congress this week. NASA kicked things...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • New Star Wars Trailer screenshot

    The Final Star Wars Trailer is Here!

    Disney Releases the Final Star Wars Trailer; Fanboys Everywhere Rejoice! Er… well… as much as we can “collectively” rejoice, anyway. There will always be the doubters and the haters. But, for the most part, the end of the Skywalker saga...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • SpaceX President and CEO Gwynne Shotwell meeting with U.S. Military advisers.

    SpaceX Looks for Potential U.S. Military Contracts

    Space Force or No, SpaceX Is Talking to The Army—Further Expanding the Military-Industrial Complex. SpaceX shares a partnership with NASA that seems like a good deal for mankind. They’re working on making reusable rockets to get scientists, astronauts, and communications...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • POTUS makes the top space tweets of the day again

    Top Space Tweets of the Day

    It’s Friday, my Dudes, Dudettes, and Non-Binary Pals! Time To See What Twitter’s Been Up To. Here Are Our Top Space Tweets This Week! No, we don’t do this every Friday. Sometimes, though, it’s just fun to scroll through Twitter...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • First all-female spacewalk

    First All-Female Spacewalk Today!

    Suits All Sorted, Schedules Aligned, Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir Made History Today With the First All-Female Spacewalk! First, congratulations. Mrs. Koch, Ms. Meir, you’re an inspiration to not only every young girl who likes science in America but...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Starlink Constellation

    SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite Constellation Could Get Much Bigger

    Starlink—Musk’s Plan for Next-Generation Internet Service—Could Potentially Include Up To 42,000 Satellites! We reported earlier this year about concerns over the size of Musk’s constellation. Terrestrial astronomers were concerned that the plans—which then proposed 12,000 satellites—would pollute their view of...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • NASA's Space Launch System

    NASA Space Launch System Launch May Be Delayed Until 2021

    NASA’s Beguiled Megarocket—The Space Launch System (SLS)—Faces Even More Delays The Space Launch System, or SLS, won’t fly this year. Probably not next year either. The megarocket meant to send U.S. astronauts back to the Moon has faced many delays....

    Brandon Humphreys
  • New Artemis Spacesuits

    NASA Unveils New Artemis Spacesuit!

    NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Others Demonstrate New Artemis Spacesuit – It’s Unisex and The First Woman on the Moon Will Be Wearing One! Vice President Mike Pence took some flack when he cut four years off of the deadline...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Satellite transmission antennas, like the ones used by SpaceSpeak 2

    SpaceSpeak: Send A Text Message to Outer Space?

    Ever Wanted to Rant at the Aliens? Well, SpaceSpeak Gives You That Opportunity for Free… Sort Of. There are all kinds of ways to achieve immortality. Okay, maybe not in the way you’re thinking, but if you want to ensure...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Bill Nye gets serious

    Bill Nye Has A Lot to Say About Mars

    Science Educator and Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye Says Living on Mars is Science-Fiction, But NASA Should Focus on Getting There Anyway. Bill Nye (The Science Guy)—yeah, that one—has been rather outspoken these past few years. The one-time children’s science...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Jim Bridenstine and Elon Musk discuss Crew Dragon details

    Crew Dragon Is Nearly Ready to Fly

    Elon Musk and Jim Bridenstine Appeared Together for an Update on the SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule One wouldn’t call them “frienemies,” exactly. However, the relationship between NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Elon Musk hasn’t been particularly chummy, of late, either....

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Dr. Michel Mayor, Nobel laureate

    Swiss Nobel Laureate Says We’ll Never Live on Exoplanets

    Michel Mayor—Exoplanet Expert, and Nobel Laureate—Claims Planets Beyond Our Solar System Are Too Far Away. It’s hard to argue with a Nobel laureate. Unless you are one yourself, or you’re arguing which Pink Floyd album was best, you’ve automatically lost...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule

    Crew Dragon Now Top Priority for SpaceX

    Bridenstine Complained; Musk Listened, and Now Crew Dragon Is in High Gear Now that all of the hullabaloo over Starship has died down, Elon Musk’s SpaceX wizards can get back to the alchemical sorcery that is getting a Dragon to...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Blue Origin concept art

    Blue Origin Hiring More Than SpaceX

    Hiring in the Commercial Space Race—Blue Origin Is Still Ahead, but SpaceX Isn’t Far Behind Back in 2002, Elon Musk launched SpaceX. Since then, he and rival plutocrat Jeff Bezos have been engaged in a [clears throat] rocket waving competition....

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Astronaut's-eye view from ISS

    Astronaut’s-Eye View From the ISS

    Check Out This Awesome Video of a Full 90-minute ISS Orbit Time-Lapsed Down to One Minute! While most of us space nerds are sitting around twiddling our thumbs waiting for something to happen today (it’s a slow space-news day, apparently),...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Cosmic Web Filaments

    Cosmic Web Filaments Finally Detected!

    New Discovery of Cosmic Web Filaments Helps Confirm Models and Furthers Understanding of How the Universe Formed. Most astrophysicists agree that the Universe is about 13.8 billion years old and started with a “Big Bang.” The theory has prevailed for...

    Brandon Humphreys