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NASA Captures Breathtaking 'Cosmic Butterfly' Image

NASA Captures Breathtaking 'Cosmic Butterfly' Image

A breathtaking new image of a cosmic butterfly, a twin jet nebula, was captured by NASA's Hubble telescope. According to the space agency, the amazing color resonance and expanding gas is the last vestige of life from an older star.

Knapp's News 8/23/15

Knapp's News 8/23/15

George Knapp shares some recent items that caught his attention, including a tie-in for tonight's show about the Beatles-- live concert footage of the their 1965 Shea Stadium concert

Curiosity Rover Takes Selfie on Mars

Curiosity Rover Takes Selfie on Mars

NASA's Curiosity rover used its MAHLI camera mounted on a robotic arm to capture this 360-degree selfie of the vehicle sitting above the "Buckskin" rock target

Mars Rover Captures 'Dark Lady'

Mars Rover Captures 'Dark Lady'

A mysterious new image transmitted by NASA's Mars rover, Curiosity, has ET watchers in a tizzy! A recent screen capture shows what appears to be "a woman, partly cloaked" standing on the surface of Mars.

Free Audio Clips: August 2008

Free Audio Clips: August 2008

This week our two free audio clips are from 8 years ago, when Roger Tolces spoke about voice-to-skull technology, and Chad Lewis discussed the popularity of 'Legend Tripping'

Rocky Exoplanet Discovery

Rocky Exoplanet Discovery

A new rocky exoplanet has been discovered that is the closest one to Earth at 21 light-years away. The alien planet is said to be 4.5 times more massive than our world. More here.

Live Chat: David Wilcock

Live Chat: David Wilcock

Coast Insiders, don't miss our Live Chat with lecturer, filmmaker, and researcher David Wilcock, this Wednesday night at 8p PT/11p ET. He'll answer your questions on such topics as the secret space program

Dark Side of Pluto

Dark Side of Pluto

NASA's New Horizons probe captured a spectacular parting image of Pluto's far side as the probe flew past on July 15. More here.

Knapp's News 7/18/15

Knapp's News 7/18/15

George Knapp shares some recent online items that caught his attention this week, including an article on space debris forcing ISS crew members to seek emergency shelter, and a piece on the transfer of HAARP to civilian control. More here.

Pluto & Charon: Dynamic Duo

Pluto & Charon: Dynamic Duo

New images are being sent back from the New Horizons craft as it closes in on Pluto. In this photo, taken on July, 8, 2015, Pluto and its moon Charon make for a fascinating pair

Around the World and Into the Record Books

Around the World and Into the Record Books

Using only the power of the sun, experimental aircraft Solar Impulse 2 successfully finished its nearly five-day journey around the world on Friday when it landed in Hawaii.

Engineering a Martian Revolution

Engineering a Martian Revolution

As part of a British Interplanetary Society conference, a diverse group of thinkers are contemplating how denizens of a future Martian colony could counteract the emergence of a dictator.

Knapp's News 6/21/15

Knapp's News 6/21/15

George Knapp shares a number of news items that have recently caught his attention, including an article about a cosmic experiment, and photos of America's nuclear weapons legacy

Knapp's News 6/20/15

Knapp's News 6/20/15

George Knapp shares some recent items that caught his attention this week, including a report by Greg Boone on the 1985 Poughkeepsie Black Boomerang UFO incident, and a piece on how Google has turned the former Alameda Naval Air Station into a mad science laboratory.

New Images of Hyperion

New Images of Hyperion

Saturn's strange spongy moon, Hyperion, was photographed one last time by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on Sunday, as it came within 21,000 miles of the irregularly shaped body.

Knapp's News 5/30/15

Knapp's News 5/30/15

George Knapp shares some online items that have recently caught his attention, including a report by The Humane Society on puppy mills, a piece with video on why the US Air Force is developing hypersonic weapons, an essay on the astonishing mathematical achievements of the late John Nash, and an article on the world's oldest murder case which happened 430,000 years ago.

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