Earlier this week, NASA confirmed that liquid water exists on Mars, meaning there’s a chance of finding life on the planet. One thing the agency didn’t make so public, though, is that a metalhead US student helped the discovery along by proposing the whole idea in the first place. Lujendra Ojha is a 25-year-old Nepalese-American
US space agency NASA has made its SoundCloud debut, creating free public albums of space-related sounds, including recordings from Apollo missions, speeches from from President John F. Kennedy and sounds of the solar system, and it’s all really worth checking out. “You can hear the roar of a space shuttle launch or Neil Armstrong’s ‘One
NASA’s Sam “Squeak E. Clean” Spiegel is a busy man.
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