NASA Dawn Journal - March 31, 2014
Powering its way through deep space, Dawn draws ever closer to dwarf planet Ceres. To reach its destination, the interplanetary spaceship gently reshapes its path around the sun with its extraordinary ion propulsion system. In about a year, the spacecraft will gracefully slip into orbit so it can begin to unveil the nature of the mysterious world of rock and ice, an intriguing protoplanetary ...
Dawn draws ever closer to dwarf planet Ceres
Artist's concept depicting Dawn thrusting with its ion propulsion system as it travels from Vesta (lower right) to Ceres (upper left). The galaxies in the background are part of the Virgo supercluster.
Red Dawn's New Release Date
The long-delayed Red Dawn remake will finally get released this year, after sitting on the shelf for three years because of studio MGM's financial troubles. FilmDistrict is handling the picture, which previously had a November 2, 2012 release on the calendar.
China Not Cool With Being Red Dawn's Bad Dudes
As the remake of the 1984 classic inches closer and closer to release some information has leaked about the film, and a few excerpts from the script have found their way into the hands of Chinese newspapers who are none too happy about what they saw.