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Lost pyramids found on Google Earth ?

Angela Micol believes that she may have located several undiscovered pyramids in Egypt using Google. A ’satellite archaeologist’, Micol uses tools suc…

NASA’s NuSTAR gearing up for launch

A new satellite is set to be launched in to orbit in an effort to hunt for hidden black holes in space. The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, a j…

NASA takes new ‘blue marble’ photograph

NASA has used a new satellite to take a stunning update to the famous ‘blue marble’ Earth photograph. The new satellite is designed to take amazing hi…

NASA satellite crashes down to Earth

Debris from the satellite is believed to have fallen over Canada and three of the world’s largest oceans. Speculation over where exactly debris from t…

UARS Satellite Tumbling Back to Earth

No, that’s not a meteor or an alien spaceship – that’s an image of the falling NASA satellite UARS, captured by amateur astronomer Thierry Legault: The six-tonne, 20-year-old spacecraft has fallen out of orbit and [...]

Mystery geoglyphs found in Middle East

Satellite images have revealed strange geoglyphs like the Nazca Lines over countries in the Middle East. Believed to date back some 2,000 years, the g…

Six tonne satellite to fall from orbit

NASA has warned that a large $750 million satellite is soon to fall uncontrolled out of orbit. The 20-year-old Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite is …

Has Atlantis been found in Spain ?

Scientists believe that have finally discovered the whereabouts of the fabled lost city of Atlantis. Satellite imagery was used to survey a submerged …

Homemade Solar Death Ray

Eric Jacqmain covered an ordinary fiberglass satellite dish with 5,800 mirror tiles to create a home-made death ray that can “melt steel, vaporize aluminum, boil concrete and turn dirt into lava” with the intensity of 5,000 suns. Archimedes would’ve been proud! Hit play or go to Link [YouTube] Previously on Neatorama: Melting Steel With The Sun

The Ring of Fire

I fell into a burning ring of fire I went down, down, down And the flames went higher And it burns, burns, burns The ring of fire The ring of fire Japan’s Hinode x-ray telescope satellite captured this image of a January 4 eclipse. This satellite is primarily tasked with examining the Sun’s magnetic fields. Link via reddit