Project Blue: A Crowdsourced Telescope to Find Another Earth

SETI Institute and others crowdsource a telescope to find and photograph another Earth.  Project Blue is a consortium of leading space and research organizations…


SpaceX Plans to Send Us to Mars

  Yesterday, Elon Musk let us in on his plan to make humans a multi-planetary species. Though the simulation looks like it is from…


Raw Science Film Festival 2016

    RAW SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL    Raw Science TV invites you to the 3rd Annual Raw Science Film Festival!     Live-streamed HERE via…

This artist’s impression shows how Mars may have looked about four billion years ago. The young planet Mars would have had enough water to cover its entire surface in a liquid layer about 140 metres deep, but it is more likely that the liquid would have pooled to form an ocean occupying almost half of Mars’s northern hemisphere, and in some regions reaching depths greater than 1.6 kilometres.

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Where Did We Come From? Water, Mars, & The Solar System (2006)

The major theme at the present time is trying to understand where we came from. (December 5,2006) – Ithaca, NY Keri Kukral of Raw Science TV taped this conversation…


How Asteroid Mining Could Open Up the Solar System

Planetary Resources’ Chris Lewicki talks with physicist and sci-fi author Gregory Benford about asteroid mining and its potential to help humanity expand its footprint…


LightSail Panel Discussion with Screening of The Looking Planet!

Celebrate the launch of LightSail!   June 10, 2015  7:00 – 9:30pm Cross Campus Pasadena The Planetary Society will present a special conversation about LightSail…

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Infographic: What is in the Ocean of Air Above Earth?

Explore the Earth’s atmosphere up to 120,000 miles Source – by Erica Rowell  Artist: Julie Rossman Graphic artist Julie Rossman has created an…


Northrop Grumman & Caltech Team Up for Space Based Solar Power

Northrop Grumman Provides $17.5M To Caltech For Space Power Effort Source – SoCal Tech  Northrop Grumman Corporation will provide up to $17.5M to Caltech in…


Arthur C. Clarke’s Vision of Laser Communication Comes to Life: Part 2

The world’s first commercial laser-based satellite network is underway with Optus Satellite and UK-based company, Laser Light Global Source –, Bonny Gardiner Optus…