When you look up into the sky, do you just imagine stars and planets or do you actually think there's other lifeforms up there? A local professor and ex-NASA scientist is coming out and explaining what's known behind closed doors.
Apparently this may be the last week we are on this planet. There is a "researcher" that claims that according to a Bible passage and how the natural disasters are stacking up, it's all over on Saturday.
As the time gets closer, we keep seeing more and more about the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. Now, we're learning that people are trying to make money on it by potentially hurting customers.
A solar eclipse is coming to the Capital Region and since this doesn't happen very often, you want to be at the right place at the right time to see it and thanks to NASA, they've mapped it out so you can!
On the East Coast? Get outside now for a possible look at #Antares launch at 6:22pm ET: http://t.co/Z6FT99nAhi pic.twitter.com/ITBcM8Tej5 — NASA (@NASA) October 28, 2014 I'm a dork at heart, so I was super excited that the Antares rocket launch would be visible here in the Capital region...
This interview happened a couple of months ago, but I personally missed it. I'm wondering how many of you did. Are you following the latest NASA missions? I have definitely fallen off the wagon, but this was fascinating