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NASA’s Spitzer, TESS Find Potentially Volcano-Covered Earth-Size World
By Jeanette Kazmierczak Astronomers have discovered an Earth-size exoplanet, or world beyond our solar system, that may be carpeted with volcanoes. Called LP 791-18 d,...
NASA’s Perseverance Collects First Mars Sample of New Science Campaign
The rover continues its hunt for rocks worthy of bringing to Earth for further study. NASA’s Perseverance rover cored and stored the first sample of...
STARS AND GALAXIES: NASA’s Webb Reveals Intricate Networks of Gas, Dust in Nearby Galaxies
Peering through obscuring clouds of dust, the MIRI instrument has revealed networks of giant cavities and blown-out bubbles in the gaseous arms of distant...
Edward Stone Retires After 50 Years as NASA Voyager’s Project Scientist
Stone’s remarkable tenure on NASA’s longest-operating mission spans decades of historic discoveries and firsts. Edward Stone has retired as the project scientist for NASA’s Voyager mission a...
NASA Study Suggests Shallow Lakes in Europa’s Icy Crust Could Erupt
New research makes hypotheses that NASA’s Europa Clipper can test: Any plumes or volcanic activity at the Jovian moon’s surface are caused by shallow...
NASA’s Juno Shares First Image From Flyby of Jupiter’s Moon Europa
Observations from the spacecraft’s pass of the moon provided the first close-up in over two decades of this ocean world, resulting in remarkable imagery...
NASA’s Asteroid-Striking DART Mission Team Has JPL Members
It’s a bold and complex undertaking to try impacting an asteroid. JPL is there to assist with navigators, communications, and more. On Monday, Sept. 26,...
Engine issue forces NASA to call off test flight to the moon
NASA called off a test flight on Monday of its largest-ever rocket in a setback to the ambitious program to send humans back to...
NASA Scientists Help Probe Dark Energy by Testing Gravity
Could one of the biggest puzzles in astrophysics be solved by reworking Albert Einstein’s theory of gravity? A new study co-authored by NASA scientists...
45 Years Ago: Voyager 2 Begins Its Epic Journey to the Outer Planets and Beyond
The ambitious mission took advantage of a rare alignment of the outer planets before continuing its journey into interstellar space. Forty-five years ago, the Voyager...
FG disburses N57bn for teachers’ devt. in 13 years – UBEC
The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) has disclosed that the Federal Government disbursed a total of N57,165,751,416.12 to states for Teachers Professional Development (TPD)...
Presidency: Lack of 25 percent in FCT disqualifies Tinubu, Atiku — Witness tells PEPT
A witness of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has testified that both the party’s candidate and President Bola...
Foundation to empower students with scholarship
In the quest to foster excellence and equal access to quality education, the Ezennia Rosemary Azuka (ERA) Foundation will commence its 2023 scholarship programmes...
BREAKING: Thugs flog PDP guber aspirant, others outside tribunal venue
Political thugs welding sticks, on Monday, beat a former governorship aspirant of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State, Segun Showunmi, as the...
Nursing and Midwifery Council commends Edo University Uzairue nursing programme
Edo State University Uzairue Nursing Programme has been commended by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) for recording 100% success in the...