NASA ISS Santa sleigh tracker with live stream

NASA ISS Santa sleigh tracker with live stream

It is nearly that time when all the little children will be able to see Santa and his sleigh fly high in the sky on Christmas Eve. So it makes perfect sense to provide the best NASA ISS Santa sleigh tracker with live stream, which will let you know with a few simple searches where it is. For the … [Read more...]

Neutron stars colliding forms black hole by NASA

Neutron stars colliding forms black hole by NASA

A video uploaded on to YouTube by NASA Goddard has only accumulated 306,003 views in 7 days, this video shows two neutron stars colliding with each other and its end result is the formation of a black hole. The two super-dense neutron stars are part of a supercomputer simulation by scientists … [Read more...]

ISS camera UFO pictures hitting social networks

ISS camera UFO pictures hitting social networks

The ISS HD live camera shots has apparently revealed a UFO, NASA placed a few high-definition cameras in space just outside the International Space Station and many images have been coming in for space research and commerce. But, UFO hunters have been on the edge of their seats after sightings of … [Read more...]

Love Astronomy? Love These Twitter Space Accounts


If you’re at all enthusiastic about astronomy then you’ll already know the excitement caused today by the launch of the last ever US space shuttle mission. Space shuttle Atlantis lifted off from Cape Canaveral on a 12-day mission to the International Space Station and it was a somewhat poignant … [Read more...]

Contact Made With NASA’s Endeavour Via YouTube Streaming


They say all good things come to an end and this can be said for NASA's Endeavour space shuttle, which is due to rocket up into the sky on Friday 29th April for the very last time. With some 24 missions behind it and the latest voyage lasting some 2 weeks, the Endeavour will launch at Cape … [Read more...]

iPhone 5G - 30 Day Battery Life With Liquidmetal Fuel Cell


We all have different opinions as to which is the best phone or tablet on the market, it all comes down to personal preference and how the device works within your daily routine. But one area that we can all agree on is the lack of battery life. Now I know there are some that are better than others, … [Read more...]

Lunar Eclipse 2010: Twitter Users Upload Images


For those of you that missed the Lunar Eclipse, will be pleased to hear that images taken from Twitter users have been uploaded on the social networking site. … [Read more...]

Lunar Eclipse 2010: NASA web chats, Twitter updates, live video


Today an event will take place that interests many people and that is the lunar eclipse which will occur either late on December 20 or in the early hours of tomorrow depending on your time zone. This is the final lunar eclipse of 2010 and the first total eclipse for 2 years and if you’re in North … [Read more...]

NASA: Most social media and Web savvy entity


In a world where social media is growing in popularity, large organisations use the wave of social interaction to connect with a vast audience. In a report recently carried out by George Washington University and New York University, it was shown that space organisation “NASA” was deemed to be at … [Read more...]

Oil spill in Gulf of Mexico and Google Earth maps


As the Gulf of Mexico oil spill crisis continues to worsen, with no signs yet of the slick managing to be contained, there are some interesting images available from NASA. There are still thousands of gallons of oil leaking into the ocean daily and fears for the wildlife, fishing, and beaches of … [Read more...]

NASA Shuttle Discovery arrives safely at space station, plus VIDEO

The NASA space shuttle Discovery arrived safely at the International Space Station today. This is one of the last shuttle missions before the program ends this year and the seven-person crew had to manoeuvre the docking without radar, due to a communications antenna failure. … [Read more...]

NASA Shuttle Launch: Twitter in Space, blog & live streaming


If you would like all the updated social media news on the latest NASA space shuttle launch, scheduled for Monday April 5 at 6:21 a.m. EDT, plus where to go for live streaming, look no further.Monday will see lift-off for the space shuttle Discovery on its STS-131 mission to the International Space … [Read more...]

Archiving NASA’s Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube information

Archiving NASA's Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube information

NASA are at the top of their game when it comes to technology, so comes as no surprise to learn that they have embraced social media. This was evident with how fast NASA uploaded all of its Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity details on to Facebook – this led to a number of other space probes … [Read more...]