Posts Tagged ‘NASA’
In today’s news: the Browne Review, a new future for Nasa and what would happen in an Asteroid crash.
How can Nasa’s expertise help the trapped Chilean miners? Nasa called in to help trapped miners stay healthy Guardian Galaxies may owe their existence to black holes Black holes may play a far more important role in the evolution of the universe than scientists had previously realised Independent
Primary pupils’ science knowledge at lowest level since 1999 Almost a fifth of 11-year-olds failed to reach standard in science Sats, compared with 12% last year Guardian Times BBC Supernova ejects material asymmetrically Very Large Telescope views star’s death in 3D Physics World NASA mulls sending part of space station to an asteroid Agency [...]
Fusion research at Iter: unlocking the power of the sun The world’s leading powers have finally agreed to finance a joint nuclear fusion project Telegraph Stunning new image of two galaxies A new image from Chandra X-ray Observatoryshows two Antennae galaxies as the crash into one another Daily Mail Squeezing more out of [...]
Gove attacked by fellow minister over academy decision A government minister has broken ranks and publicly attacked the Education Secretary over his academies programme in a further sign that his key policy is faltering before it has started. Times Sats test results show improvement Primary school test results for 11 year olds in England [...]