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Bright Explosion on the Moon

On Friday, an object the size of boulder slammed into the moon, exploding in a flash so bright that it could be seen without a telescope.

3D 'Printed' Gun Made

UK newspaper Mail On Sunday has revealed the massive international security risk posed by guns that can be easily produced on today's 3D printers.

'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse

Astronomers and skygazers from around the world gathered in Australia to witness a dazzling "ring of fire" solar eclipse on Friday.

Sleep Pods Unveiled

The Abu Dhabi International Airport has debuted cocoon-like sleep pods inside one of its terminals.

Solar Plane Lands in Arizona

A plane powered only by the sun completed an 18-hour flight from San Francisco to Phoenix on Saturday, as part of journey to cross the United States.

Saturn's Monstrous Hurricane

The Cassini spacecraft has returned images of a monstrous hurricane (pictured with color coded clouds) that has been swirling above Saturn's North Pole for years.

George at Space Day 2013

This past Friday, April 19th, George Noory was the keynote speaker at the 15th annual Space Day event at Jefferson Elementary School in Riverside, Calif.

Mars Colony Seeks Astronauts

A private project called Mars One is seeking astronauts to live in a colony (pictured in illustration) on the Red Planet beginning in 2023.

Hubble Snaps Horsehead Nebula

To celebrate 23 years on the job, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has snapped this spectacular view of the Horsehead Nebula.

Lab Grown Kidney

A laboratory-grown kidney has been successfully transplanted into a rat, and shown some effectiveness at filtering blood.

Solar Flare Eruption

On April 11th, a large solar flare erupted-- not as big as an X-class flare, but the most powerful so far of 2013.

Black Hole Snacks on Planet

For the first time, astronomers have discovered evidence of a black hole partially devouring what may be either a rogue planet or brown dwarf.

Comet ISON Update

Comet ISON, currently a dim speck near the orbit of Jupiter, could put on a spectacular display as it nears the sun.

Brain Scans Reveal Dreams

Using MRI scans, Japanese researchers were able to predict with 60% accuracy the kinds of images people were seeing in the dream state.

Knapp's News 3/31/13

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin.

Exoskeletons Hit the Market

Several companies including Lockheed Martin are now selling exoskeletons-- bionic suits that can help workers and soldiers lift heavier loads, as well as enable spinal patients to walk.

Mini-Supernovas Discovered

A new type of stellar explosion has been discovered that scientists are calling a "mini-supernova" (pictured in the illustration).

Stunning Sun Photos Shot by Amateur

Streaks of superheated plasma rise from the sun's surface in a stunningly detailed image captured by amateur solar-photographer Dave Tyler from his backyard in High Wycombe, UK

Meteor Streaks Across Night Sky

Social media sites are aflutter with news of a fireball flying over the Eastern Seaboard of the United States on Friday evening.

Europa's Ice Blades

Future space missions to Jupiter's moon Europa (known for its frozen ocean that may harbor life) may face an obstacle when trying to land. Scientists believe the moon's surface may contain jagged blades of ice.

Knapp's News 3-17-13

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including a mysterious new missing person report.

Giant Alien Planets

Four monster-sized exoplanets have been found orbiting a relatively young star, about 130 light years from Earth.

Asteroid Buzzes Earth

A giant space rock the size of a city block (460-feet long and 210-feet wide) whizzed past the planet on Saturday.

The Unkillable Tardigrade

This week NASA selected a photo of one of Earth's weirdest creatures as its Astronomy Picture of the Day.

Europa's Ocean

It's been discovered that the huge ocean on Europa likely interacts with the surface of the icy shell that covers it, so scientists may not have to drill far down to investigate it for possible signs of life.

Photo: Alien Planet Forming

A photograph of an alien planet in the process of forming has been captured for the very first time by astronomers.

A Marriage Made for Mars?

A proposed private space venture to mount a manned Mars flyby in 2018 may include an additional historic component: using a married couple as passengers

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