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  1. Prophetess

    Did Aliens Prevent Nuclear War?

    Former NASA astronaut, Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, has made a startling claim that peace-loving extraterrestrials prevented nuclear war between the United States and the former Soviet Union during the Cold War. He said that there were a number of reports of UFO sightings...
  2. The Archetype

    Were the Nazis on the Moon?

    It's no secret that the origins of NASA can be traced back to the advanced rocket program of the Third Reich. We now know about Operation Paperclip and the transfer of Nazi rocket scientists to the United States following World War II. In fact, many of the rockets developed by Werner von Braun...
  3. The Archetype

    "Houston, We've Had a Problem"

    On April 11, 1970, the Apollo 13 mission to the moon was launched from Kennedy Space Center. The lunar landing mission was aborted after an oxygen tank exploded two days after launch, on April 13. The lunar mission was immediately transformed into a rescue mission, with NASA engineers struggling...
  4. Cosmos

    Organic Compounds on Mars

    For several years now, NASA's Curiocity Rover has been probing around looking for signs of life on Mars. While it still has not found any evidence of past or present life on Mars (that we know of), the big announcement that came from NASA was that organic compounds have been found that could...
  5. Cosmos

    Upside Down Snow Showers on Ganymede?

    When the topic of moons with possible subsurface oceans is brought up, Jupiter's moon, Europa, and Saturn's moon, Enceladus, are two that often come to mind. Recently, however, another of Jupiter's moons, Ganymede--the largest moon in the solar system and the only moon known to have a magnetic...
  6. The Archetype

    This Is What 47 Billion Light Years Looks Like

    Astronomers often use very large numbers, and it is often difficult to imagine, let alone visualize, what 47 billion light years might look like. In the year 2003, the Hubble Space Telescope focused in and looked at a rather boring and seemingly empty stretch of deep space for eleven days...