How Could We Get To Mars In Only 28 Hours?

Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin. Everyone always wants to get to Mars. Unfortunately, the journey would be a long one, taking hundreds of days of travel with our current technology. Well, what if we could shorten that time to only a matter of days by throwing away our spaceships and using something that’s already […]

The First Results Are in From NASA’s Closest Flyby of the Sun

The Parker Solar Probe team is kind of blowing everyone away with some unprecedented findings about the behavior of our sun, solar wind and the star’s peculiar magnetic field. Since its launch in 2018, the Parker Solar Probe has been busy collecting data to help answer some of the biggest unsolved mysteries about the star […]

Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov Update For October 12, 2019

The story of the first confirmed interstellar comet, comet C/2019 Q4, or now designated 2I/Borisov, continues to develop. Unlike Oumuamua which was caught on its way out of the solar system leaving not much time for study, Borisov is on its way in and the observations are well under way already, with more planned for […]

Electric Universe: An Invitation to Progress in Science | Space News

Welcome to Space News from the Electric Universe, brought to you by The Thunderbolts Project™ at This year, human beings around the world commemorated the 50th anniversary of one of the most iconic images in our history — the first footsteps on the Moon. In 2019, astounding technological leaps propels space exploration, making possible […]

Solar Tsunami

The SOHO spacecraft has recorded the effect of all this rising energy. Its ultraviolet sensors show a wavy pattern of gas on the sun’s surface, along with the super-hot halo of gas called the corona. The white regions are places where the rising gas suddenly escapes. Immense loops of ionized gas, ten times the diameter […]