Tag: NASA

NASA can’t yet rule out that it didn’t ‘taste’ organic compounds from alien life on one of Saturn’s moons

By Dave Mosher Two years before NASA destroyed its Cassini spacecraft in the clouds of Saturn, the space agency flew the robot through geysers of ice blasting out of the planet’s moon Enceladus. The plumes come from a giant saltwater ocean hidden beneath the moon’s icy crust. The water seeps through cracks at Enceladus’ south pole, …

NASA plans to send an aircraft to Venus

NASA aerospace agency has long been interested in the sky of Venus. The space agency instructed the Colorado company Black Swift Technologies to develop an aircraft for atmospheric observations of Venus. “Black Swift Technologies provided air solutions for wild land fires, volcanoes, tornadoes and hurricanes – the most extreme phenomena on Earth,” says BST CEO Jack …