Water found on the moon; huge implications for space exploration

Water found on the moon; huge implications for space exploration

Past week NASA announced that the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) (a modified Boeing 747SP with a 106-inch diameter infrared telescope) detected water on the sunlit face of the moon, more specifically in Clavius Craters (biggest crater on moon’s southern hemisphere). Previously, missions such as Cassini and Chandrayaan-1, hypothesized the presence of either H2O…

Aliens on Venus

Aliens on Venus

If somebody told you that Venus could host life you would look at him stupefied. Specially after you learned that Venus surface can reach up to 900 degrees Fahrenheit, and its atmosphere is mostly made of sulfuric acid and carbon dioxide. However, with the aid of high tech telescopes we now know that there could…