JPL computers hacked repeatedly in 2010 and 2011

Hacker attacks have repeatedly penetrated NASA computers in the past, stealing user information from dozens of employees and gaining control over key networks at Pasadenas Jet Propulsion Laboratory, according to a federal report.

In written comments submitted to Congress this week, NASA inspector general Paul K.

Martin noted that between in 2010 and 2011 the agency reported 5,408 computer security breaches, resulting in the spread of destruct


NASA launches super-size Mars rover to red planet

The rover will take more than 8 months to reach the red planet.


NASA – NASA Selects Technology Payloads For Reduced-Gravity Flights

NASA has selected nine proposals to demonstrate new technologies for the second set of payloads to fly on commercial suborbital reusable launch vehicles and the Zero-G commercial parabolic aircraft.


NASA Satellite Falls to Earth… But Where Did It Land? | NASA’s Upper Atmospheric Research Satellite (UARS) Spacecraft Re-entry | Space Junk & Orbital Debris |

NASA officials are still trying to pinpoint where and when the dead UARS spacecraft fell.

The Upper Atmospheric Research Satellite re-entered Earth’s atmosphere overnight.


GRAIL Mission Heads for the Moon [PHOTOS]

NASA had scratched the planned launches on Thursday and Friday, initially because of foul weather and then because of a data glitch.


NASA Video Shows Huge Sun Storm Grow to Engulf Earth

For the first time, scientists have watched the evolution of a huge solar storm, from its origin on the sun until its collision with Earth 93 million miles later.


Mars: “The Water Planet” (Was There Life Too?)

“We can now say that the planet was altered on a global scale by liquid water about four billion years ago.” John Carter –The University of Paris Minerals in northern Mars craters observed by two NASA orbiters suggest that a…


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