Curiosity Finds First Evidence For Possible 'Continental Crust' on Mars

View of an igneous clast named Harrison, which is embedded in a conglomerate rock in Gale crater, and features elongated light-toned feldspar crystals. This mosaic is a combination of an image from Mastcam with higher-resolution images from ChemCam’s Remote Micro-Imager. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/LANL/IRAP/U. Nantes/IAS/MSSS

The Curiosity rover, still roaming in Gale crater, has […]

Retro Space Images: The Bleeding Edge ...

Photo Credit: Retro Space Images / NASA

The Technology of the Day: President Ford speaks with Apollo-Soyuz crewmen from the White House in July 1975. Ford uses a phone design unfamiliar to many today while watching the mission on a TV decked out in stylish faux-wood paneling.

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Is the US Spending Enough on Space Exploration?

Given the current status of the U.S.’s space program, is now really the time to restrict the agency’s budget? Photo Credit: James N. Brown

With the United States in a transition phase in space exploration, there has recently been lively debate in Congress regarding NASA’s 2014 budget (though massively overshadowed by Benghazi, the […]

Happy Fourth of July!

Happy 4th of July! Here we see Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in November 2012. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla — AmericaSpace would like to wish everyone a very happy 4th of July! Please be sure to celebrate safely. In the image above, Space […]