LISA for detection of gravitational waves (Posted on Aug 20, 2014)
Gravitational waves have not yet been observed directly. However, there exist several ground-based stations for their detection as well as a planned space mission. The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) will not be launched soon, but its discoveries may change the way we see the universe.
Rosetta images show irregular shape of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko (Posted on Jul 17, 2014)
The target comet of Rosetta, 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, seems to consist of two distinct parts. This can be seen on new images from the on-board camera of Rosetta while it slowly approaches the comet.
Space enthusiasts reactivate abandoned NASA satellite (Posted on Jun 01, 2014)
On 29. May 2014, a team of private scientists, engineers, and programmers established contact with the abandoned satellite ISEE-3. They are now in command of the spacecraft and try to fire its engines.
SpaceMaster and Mars One (Posted on May 28, 2014)
Mars One published a list of all applicants who are still in the selection process. Among them is a Round 8 SpaceMaster: Ivan Lehocki.