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Yellowstone Supereruption

Sep 9, 2014

A Yellowstone "supereruption" would distribute ash over almost all of the United States, and into Canada, according to 9/9/14 guest Larry Mastin, a geologist at the USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory.

Knapp's News 8/31/14

Aug 31, 2014

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention, including an article about an experiment that will attempt to determine whether our perception of a three-dimensional universe is just an illusion.

Water Clouds Discovered Beyond Solar System

Aug 29, 2014

Scientists believe they may have discovered the first ever evidence for water clouds beyond our own solar system.

Mega-Rocket Test Planned for 2018

Aug 28, 2014

NASA announced this week that its ambitious deep space mega-rocket will have its first test launch in November of 2018.

Knapp's News 8/17/14

Aug 17, 2014

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his interest, including an article about a British scientist who claims the deadly Ebola virus came from space

Interstellar Dust Captured by NASA Probe

Aug 14, 2014

Seven tiny grains captured by NASA's probe Stardust may be the first interstellar dust every brought back to Earth.

Perseid Meteor Shower 2014

Aug 12, 2014

If your skies are clear, check out the annual Perseid meteor shower which reaches its peak activity on Tuesday night.

August's Supermoon

Aug 11, 2014

On Sunday night, photographers around the world captured images of the "supermoon"-- a full moon that occurred as the moon was closest to Earth in its orbit.

Retro NASA Craft Revived

Aug 10, 2014

Dormant for over 25 years, NASA's International Sun-Earth Explorer 3 spacecraft, known simply as ISEE-3, will soon begin a new series of scientific missions under the guidance of civilian engineers who purchased control of the craft from the space agency...

A Future Moon Base?

Jul 23, 2014

According to a new proposal based on NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter data, lunar pits (like the one seen here) may be the ideal location for future human colonies on the moon.

'Space Greenhouses' Under Development

Jul 21, 2014

At the German Aerospace Center in Bremen, engineers are developing greenhouses to provide food for a potential Mars colony or lunar habitat.

DARPA's XS-1 Begins Development

Jul 15, 2014

With an eye on the future of American spaceflight, US Defense agency DARPA has awarded contracts to three aerospace companies for the design of their Experimental Spaceplane Project (seen here in an artist's conceptual drawing).

Name That Exoplanet!

Jul 9, 2014

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has announced a process to name the growing number of exoplanets or worlds beyond our solar system, with a public vote planned in 2015.

Solar Maximum Cycle

Jul 1, 2014

2 powerful solar X-flares were seen about an hour apart back in June (check out video). Yet, overall the recent peak of the 11-year sunspot cycle has turned out to be one of the quieter ones.

"Flying Saucer" Test Flight

Jun 30, 2014

On Saturday, NASA's tested its own "flying saucer," the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD).

New Time Travel Experiment

Jun 23, 2014

In a time travel experiment on the quantum level, researchers have simulated the interaction between two photons (particles of light) moving through time.

Knapp's News 6/22/14

Jun 22, 2014

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention.

'Whirlpool Galaxy' Photo

Jun 16, 2014

A stunning view of the "Whirlpool Galaxy" (Messier 51) has been captured by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Knapp's News 6/15/14

Jun 15, 2014

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about how Canadian scientists have reportedly proven that Ouija boards have mysterious properties.

Saturn's Moon Crashes Rings

Jun 12, 2014

NASA's Cassini orbiter captured the moment Saturn's moon Prometheus impacted the planet's outermost ring.

NASA Funds Exotic New Projects

Jun 8, 2014

While still years away from possibly ever being completed or executed, NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts department recently granted $100,000 in funding to a dozen exotic new projects.

'Pepper' Knows How You Feel

Jun 5, 2014

Equipped with an array of visual, audio, and touch sensors, a robot recently exhibited in Japan is being touted as a breakthrough development in the quest to create an automaton which can understand human emotions.

Three-Parent Babies?

Jun 3, 2014

If a new fertility technique is approved, babies could be created from three parents.

Air Force Plans to Close HAARP

May 27, 2014

The US Air Force has given notice to Congress that it plans to shutdown the HAARP facility in Alaska after a final experiment in June.

Knapp's News 5/24/14

May 24, 2014

George Knapp shares some news items that have recently caught his attention, including an article on Facebook detecting what users are listening to or watching, John Steinbeck's plea for deep-sea exploration, and new research on an anti-love drug.

Knapp's News 5/18/14

May 18, 2014

George Knapp shares a number of items of recent interest, including his I-Team reports on Bob Lazar, 25 years later.

Earthrise from the Moon

May 9, 2014

Our world appears as a tiny blue marble as it rises above the moon in a new NASA photo captured by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Curiosity Drills into Martian Rock

May 6, 2014

The Curiosity Rover recently collected samples from a Martian sandstone, boring deep within the rock.

NASA's New Z-2 Spacesuit

May 1, 2014

NASA has released images of a new prototype spacesuit called Z-2, elements of which may be incorporated on an eventual trip to Mars.

Dark Matter Could Sling Asteroids

Apr 28, 2014

The mysterious substance known as dark matter may cause lethal meteors and asteroids to be flung at Earth, according to a new theory by Harvard scientists.

Last Night

Renegade scholar Randall Carlson discussed his research into Earth changes, catastrophic events, and ancient mysteries. Open Lines followed in final hour.

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