This is an awesome story! The new NASA X-ray image took a photo of an object in space that looks like the "Hand of God"! The photo is really a star that exploded and gave off an huge cloud of material.
Outer space is fascinating. Mars, specifically, has long been the subject of debate and fascination ever since our focus turned from our own moon to the red planet. The Fourth of July on Wednesday marked NASA’s 15th anniversary of exploration of the planet. And a rover recently produced a panoramic image of Mars that is just mind-blowing.
It seems that scientist have discovered a planet that is similar to Earth and is sitting outside our solar system in what seems to be the ideal place for life, except for one little problem. It’s way too big for life to exist on the surface. Huh?
At 11:29 a.m. eastern time, everyone watching the space shuttle Atlantis launch witnessed the final farewell from a storied chapter in our nation's adventure into outer space. It blasted off and plunged into the clouds, traveling steadily and steadily faster as it broke orbit and cruised into space. Details after the jump.
From ET calling home to Mars Attacks the under lying questions that mankind wants an answer to are: Do you think we are the only "living" planet? Do you think that we are sharing the universe with others?
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