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Wednesday December 16, 2020
Scientists are finding new mysteries since the geophysics mission landed two years ago. Continue Reading »
Tuesday December 15, 2020
NASA's technology is at the forefront of space exploration, but it can also be applied here on Earth - from improving cellular networks to saving lives in the pandemic. Continue Reading »
Monday December 14, 2020
Bill Allen has thrived as the mechanical systems design lead for three Mars rover missions, but he got his start as a teenager sorting letters for the NASA center. Continue Reading »
Friday December 11, 2020
The spacecraft has been collecting data on the gas giant's interior since July 2016. Some of its latest findings touch on "hot spots" in the planet's atmosphere. Continue Reading »
Thursday December 10, 2020
Launched on a Falcon 9 rocket Nov. 21, the U.S.-European satellite will measure the world's ocean with unprecedented accuracy. Continue Reading »
Tuesday December 08, 2020
The symbols, mottos, and small objects added to the agency's newest Mars rover serve a variety of purposes, from functional to decorative. Continue Reading »
Wednesday December 02, 2020
The object, discovered in September by astronomers searching for near-Earth asteroids, garnered interest in the planetary science community due to its size and unusual orbit. Continue Reading »
Wednesday December 02, 2020
Producing maps to locate ice or water trapped in rock at the Moon's surface, Lunar Trailblazer will help support NASA's efforts to establish a sustainable presence on the Moon. Continue Reading »
Wednesday November 25, 2020
With NASA's Eyes on the Earth web-based app, you can tag along with the U.S.-European satellite as it orbits the globe, gathering critical measurements of our changing planet. Continue Reading »
Tuesday November 24, 2020
NASA's Perseverance rover carries a device to convert Martian air into oxygen that, if produced on a larger scale, could be used not just for breathing, but also for fuel. Continue Reading »
Saturday November 21, 2020
Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, the world's latest sea level satellite, is in orbit and ready to begin taking critical ocean measurements for the next five-and-a-half years. Continue Reading »
Thursday November 19, 2020
The newest satellite to monitor global sea level is ready for its journey into space. Here's what to expect. Continue Reading »
Wednesday November 18, 2020
The first to be rigged with microphones, the agency's latest Mars rover picked up the subtle sounds of its own inner workings during interplanetary flight. Continue Reading »
Wednesday November 18, 2020
The Blue Ring Nebula, which perplexed scientists for over a decade, appears to be the youngest known example of two stars merged into one. Continue Reading »
Tuesday November 17, 2020
A giant version of NASA's classic red, white, and blue logo now proudly adorns a building that has played a central role in space-exploration history. Continue Reading »
Friday November 13, 2020
The U.S.-European collaboration aims to measure sea level and will launch from the California coast in late November. Continue Reading »
Friday November 13, 2020
Scientists have theorized on the origin of the water plumes possibly erupting from Jupiter's moon Europa. Recent research adds a new potential source to the mix. Continue Reading »
Friday November 13, 2020
Sensors on NASA's Perseverance will help prepare for future human exploration by taking weather measurements and studying dust particles. Continue Reading »
Thursday November 12, 2020
In 1966, NASA launched Surveyor 2 to the Moon. Now its rocket booster has apparently returned to near-Earth space. Continue Reading »
Thursday November 12, 2020
The Mars rover has drilled three samples of rock in this clay-enriched region since first arriving in July. Continue Reading »
Tuesday November 10, 2020
A report, released Tuesday, concludes that the agency is well positioned for its ambitious plan to bring samples back from the Red Planet for further study on Earth. Continue Reading »
Tuesday November 10, 2020
Mark your calendars: The agency's latest rover has only about 8,640,000 seconds to go before it touches down on the Red Planet, becoming history's next Mars car. Continue Reading »
Monday November 09, 2020
New lab experiments re-create the environment of Europa and find that the icy moon shines, even on its nightside. The effect is more than just a cool visual. Continue Reading »
Thursday November 05, 2020
The newest addition to a long line of ocean-monitoring satellites is ready to head into space. Continue Reading »
Thursday November 05, 2020
A warming climate is taking its toll on Greenland and Antarctica glaciers, melting them from above and below the surface. The more they melt, the higher sea levels rise. Continue Reading »
Wednesday November 04, 2020
This is the first time one of these mysterious, repeating radio burst has been identified in our own galaxy, and the first identification of an object that caused one. Continue Reading »
Monday November 02, 2020
The only radio antenna that can command the 43-year-old spacecraft has been offline since March as it gets new hardware, but work is on track to wrap up in February. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 29, 2020
Season three covers not just how our planet's volcanoes, earthquakes, oceans, rivers, atmosphere, and climate work, but how they are all interconnected. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 29, 2020
New research on nine craters of Saturn's largest moon provides more details about how weathering affects the evolution of the surface - and what lies beneath. Continue Reading »
Friday November 13, 2020
A new study tracing the sources of carbon dioxide, the most significant human-generated greenhouse gas, reveals the unexpectedly large influence of vegetation in urban environments. Continue Reading »
Tuesday October 27, 2020
Details about the physical transformation of over 200 of the island's coastal glaciers are documented in a new study, in which the authors anticipate environmental impacts. Continue Reading »
Tuesday October 27, 2020
Sometimes half measures can be a good thing - especially on a journey this long. The agency's latest rover only has about 146 million miles left to reach its destination. Continue Reading »
Tuesday October 27, 2020
An instrument on the spacecraft may have detected transient luminous events - bright flashes of light in the gas giant's upper atmosphere. Continue Reading »
Monday October 26, 2020
The eye-catching posters depict some of the universe's most mysterious astronomical phenomena with artistic flair. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 22, 2020
Instruments tailored to collect data during the descent of NASA's next rover through the Red Planet's atmosphere have been checked in flight. Continue Reading »
Monday October 19, 2020
For hobbyists and makers, 3D printing expands creative possibilities; for specialized engineers, it's also key to next-generation spacecraft design. Continue Reading »
Friday October 16, 2020
Now that the heat probe is just below the Martian surface, InSight's arm will scoop some additional soil on top to help it keep digging so it can take Mars' temperature. Continue Reading »
Friday October 16, 2020
The Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich spacecraft will soon be heading into orbit to monitor the height of the ocean for nearly the entire globe. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 15, 2020
New study results show that ocean heat waves can provide enough fuel for hurricanes to gain momentum as they approach land. Continue Reading »
Tuesday October 13, 2020
Made of a pair of two-wheeled vehicles, NASA's DuAxel is designed to descend crater sides and near-vertical cliffs on the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Continue Reading »
Friday October 09, 2020
The U.S.-European partnership will track sea level height. Learn more about the mission in this live event. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 08, 2020
The agency's newest rover will use the first ground-penetrating radar instrument on the Martian surface to help search for signs of past microbial life. Continue Reading »
Wednesday October 07, 2020
Launching soon from the California coast, the satellite will track sea levels worldwide. A new video series introduces some of the NASA JPL scientists and engineers involved in the mission. Continue Reading »
Friday October 02, 2020
Set for launch in November, the Earth-observing satellite will closely monitor sea level and provide atmospheric data to support weather forecasting and climate models. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 01, 2020
Matter swirling around supermassive black holes creates bursts of light that "echo" in nearby dust clouds. These traveling signals could serve as a new cosmic yardstick. Continue Reading »
Thursday October 01, 2020
It's the first time machine learning has been used to find previously unknown craters on the Red Planet. Continue Reading »
Friday September 25, 2020
The Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich spacecraft will launch from the U.S. West Coast aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in November. Continue Reading »
Monday September 28, 2020
Perseverance is one of a few Mars spacecraft carrying laser retroreflectors. The devices could provide new science and safer Mars landings in the future. Continue Reading »
Wednesday September 23, 2020
Researchers will design a mission to learn about underground aquifers in areas such as the Sahara and how climate change will affect them in the future. Continue Reading »
Tuesday September 22, 2020
Roughly 15 to 30 feet wide, the object will make its closest approach on Sept. 24. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Media accreditation is open for the launch from Virginia of Northrop Grumman’s 15th commercial resupply services mission to deliver NASA science investigations, supplies, and equipment to the International Space Station aboard its Cygnus spacecraft. Continue Reading »
Tuesday January 19, 2021
NASA will host a media teleconference at 5:30 p.m. EST today, Tuesday, Jan.19, to discuss the engine test conducted Saturday, Jan. 16, for the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will launch the agency’s Artemis I mission. Continue Reading »
Tuesday January 19, 2021
The Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), an advisory committee that reports to NASA and Congress, issued its 2020 annual report Tuesday examining the agency’s safety performance over the past year and highlighting accomplishments, issues, and concerns. Continue Reading »
Tuesday January 19, 2021
Two NASA astronauts are scheduled to venture outside the International Space Station Wednesday, Jan. 27, and Monday, Feb. 1, for a pair of spacewalks to finish installing a European science platform and complete long-term battery upgrade work. Continue Reading »
Sunday January 17, 2021
NASA conducted a hot fire Saturday of the core stage for the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will launch the Artemis I mission to the Moon. The hot fire is the final test of the Green Run series. Continue Reading »
Friday January 15, 2021
NASA is hosting a media briefing on Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 4:30 p.m. EST to discuss the upcoming landing of the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover. Continue Reading »
Thursday January 14, 2021
NASA’s Science Mission Directorate will hold a community town hall meeting with Thomas Zurbuchen, the agency’s associate administrator for science, at 2 p.m. EST Monday, Jan. 25. Continue Reading »
Thursday January 14, 2021
Earth’s global average surface temperature in 2020 tied with 2016 as the warmest year on record, according to an analysis by NASA. Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 13, 2021
NASA is targeting a two-hour test window that opens at 5 p.m. EST Saturday, Jan. 16, for the hot fire test of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket core stage at the agency’s Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, ... Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 13, 2021
NASA and the Government of Japan have finalized an agreement for the lunar Gateway, an orbiting outpost that commercial and international partners will build together. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
A six-planet system dances in time to the tune of gravity  SYFY WIREView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Physicists Study How Our Universe Might Have Bubbled Up in the Multiverse  Quanta Magazine Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
NASA, Boeing tweak launch date for Starliner do-over mission to the ISS  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Comments on: Ice Is Disappearing Across the Planet at Record Rate  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Hubble Spots Beautiful Planetary Nebula | Astronomy  Sci-News.comView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Scientists spot 6 alien worlds orbiting a star in strange — but precise — harmony  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
South African astronomy has a long, rich history of discovery — and a promising future  Space.com Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
TESS Discovers Sextuply-Eclipsing Six-Star System | Astronomy  Sci-News.com Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Artist's animation of the TOI-178 orbits and resonances (sound on!)  European Southern Observatory (ESO)Enigmatic Star System Has 5 Planets Locked in Perfect Harmony  GizmodoPhysics professor explains exoplanets | Stanford News  Stanford University NewsView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Global Ice Melt Matches Worst-Case Climate Scenario, Study Says  BloombergThis Giant Ice Cube Represents How Much Ice We're Losing Every Year  GizmodoEarth is now losing 1.2 trillion tons of ice each year. And it’s going to get worse.  The Washington PostWorld’s Ice Is ... Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
There are Seven Rocky Planets in the TRAPPIST-1 System and They’re Surprisingly Similar  Universe Today Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Astronomers Detect a Surprisingly Huge Galactic Birthplace in The Early Universe  ScienceAlert Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Upward-shooting 'blue jet' lightning spotted from International Space Station  Livescience.com Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
NASA’s TESS discovers a solar system with six stars  SlashGearView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
What Is A Stellium In Astrology? How It Affects Your Zodiac Sign  BustleTHESE are the positive traits of AQUARIUS zodiac sign that you need to know  PINKVILLAHoroscope For Tomorrow, January 26, 2021  YourTangoView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Dark energy: The apocalyptic wild card of the universe  Big Think Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
One hull crack located in ISS, another one suspected  TASS Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Four steps for Earth: A holistic approach to saving the planet  Phys.org Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
The Universe in Formation. Hubble Sees 6 Examples of Merging Galaxies  Universe Today Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Wormholes May Be Lurking in the Universe – Here Are Proposed Ways of Finding Them  SciTechDaily Continue Reading »
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Monday January 25, 2021
A “broad area announcement” Jan. 25 asks companies for information on emerging technologies that the Space Development Agency might be interested in funding if they meet specific needs.  SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Albedo, the latest space company to join the Y Combinator startup accelerator, plans to establish a satellite constellation offering Earth imagery with a resolution of 10 centimeters per pixel. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
China’s steady persistent efforts have allowed it to build a firm foundation from which to compete with the United States. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
The urge for exploration and human curiosity combined with an enthusiasm for space will create a large market of public space investors, helping provide the capital fuel for an innovative and growing private space industry. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Electric propulsion company Phase Four flew its first plasma thrusters on two spacecraft that were part of a SpaceX dedicated rideshare launch Jan. 24. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched 143 small satellites for a wide range of customers Jan. 24 on the company's first dedicated rideshare mission, a service that poses a competitive threat to emerging small launch vehicles. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
President Biden is not expected to make abrupt changes to U.S. national security programs but there is particular uncertainty surrounding the Space Force. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
The Missile Defense Agency awarded Northrop Grumman a $155 million contract Jan. 22. L3Harris received a $121 million contract Jan. 14. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
A proposal to replace the giant radio telescope at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico with a new facility suggests it could be used for tracking space objects as well as for scientific research. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
SpaceX's Transporter-1, a rideshare mission scheduled to launch Jan. 23 could set a new record for the most satellites ever launched in a single flight.  SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
French startup ThrustMe has performed the first on-orbit tests of an innovative iodine-fueled electric propulsion system, proving its ability to change a CubeSat’s orbit. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
After fraying relations in recent years, officials with the European Union and European Space Agency say they’re committed to rebuilding a more cooperative relationship on space programs. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Google announced Jan. 21 it is shutting down Loon, a venture to provide wireless connectivity by balloon that has been seen as both complementary to and competitive with satellite networks. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
A recent NASA mission successfully demonstrated the performance of a non-toxic “green” propellant, creating opportunities for its use in a wide range of future spacecraft. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Northrop Grumman announced Jan. 21 it completed a static firing of the strap-on solid booster it developed for United Launch Alliance’s new Vulcan Centaur rocket.  SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Thursday January 21, 2021
As many as 116 graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy this year will join the U.S. Space Force. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Thursday January 21, 2021
The chief executive of  Virgin Orbit's sister company VOX Space called on the Biden administration to continue the National Space Council. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Thursday January 21, 2021
The European Commission announced Jan. 20 it will award contracts to Airbus Defence and Space and Thales Alenia Space to build an initial set of next-generation Galileo navigation satellites, shutting out incumbent manufacturer OHB. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Thursday January 21, 2021
Earth observation company Satellogic announced Jan. 19 it signed a contract with SpaceX covering several rideshare launches of its satellites through next year. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
As the fallout from the Jan. 6 deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol continues, the crisis has forced a reckoning of sorts in a sector of American industry that typically steers clear of political controversy. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
As Joe Biden begins the first year of his presidency, there is still much we don’t know about where he and his vice president, Kamala Harris, stand on major issues in civil and national security space. There are, nonetheless, several ... Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
David Zikusoka will serve as special assistant at the office of the assistant secretary of defense for space policy. Leonor Tomero will be deputy assistant director for nuclear and missile defense programs. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
SpaceX launched its latest set of Starlink satellites Jan. 20, bringing the total number of spacecraft launched so far for that broadband constellation to more than 1,000. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
Jim Bridenstine used part of his final full day as NASA administrator to call on the incoming administration to continue the Artemis program and return humans to the moon. SpaceNews Continue Reading »
Thursday April 09, 2020
Information for all visitors to ESA sites Coronavirus measures for hosted meetings and visitors Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
ESA’s exoplanet mission Cheops has revealed a unique planetary system consisting of six exoplanets, five of which are locked in a rare rhythmic dance as they orbit their central star. The sizes and masses of the planets, however, don’t follow ... Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
A research team – the first to carry out a survey of global ice loss using satellite data – has discovered that the rate at which ice is disappearing across the planet is speeding up. The findings also reveal that ... Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Week in images: 18 - 22 January 2021 Discover our week through the lens Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
For the first time ever, a telecommunications satellite has used an iodine propellant to change its orbit around Earth.The small but potentially disruptive innovation could help to clear the skies of space junk, by enabling tiny satellites to self-destruct cheaply ... Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Video: 00:03:23 This week's edition of the Earth from Space programme features a Copernicus Sentinel-2 image of Sardinia, the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.See also Sardinia, Italy to download the image. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Image: Sardinia, the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is featured in this false-colour image captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission. Continue Reading »
Thursday January 21, 2021
Lake heatwaves – periods of extreme warm surface water temperature in lakes – may become hotter and longer by the end of the 21st century, according to a new study published in Nature, increasing the link between climate change and ... Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
Dark clouds, the smell of rain on a hot sidewalk, the flashes of intense light followed by a loud crackling and then a low, rolling thunder – who doesn’t love a good summer thunderstorm? We’ve all seen one, heard one, ... Continue Reading »
Wednesday January 20, 2021
Image: Seeing in a flash Continue Reading »
Tuesday January 19, 2021
Image: A ‘do not touch’ directive applies to both a Matisse painting and this Matiss experiment on board the International Space Station.Designed to test the antibacterial properties of hydrophobic (or water-repelling) surfaces on the Station, the sample holders of the upgraded ... Continue Reading »
Tuesday January 19, 2021
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are planning a spacewalk to install a high-speed satellite link that will improve their connections with Europe. Continue Reading »
Tuesday January 19, 2021
An ESA-supported effort put an intelligent road up in Finnish Lapland through its paces, assessing its suitability for testing autonomous vehicles in some of Europe’s most challenging driving conditions. Continue Reading »
Monday January 18, 2021
Video: 00:04:14 English Astronaut vlog: space food and fitnessESA astronaut Matthias Maurer is preparing for his mission to the International Space Station, scheduled for launch in late 2021. This mission is known as Cosmic Kiss. In this video log from his current ... Continue Reading »
Friday January 15, 2021
Week in images: 11 - 15 January 2021 Discover our week through the lens Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
London-based Titan Comics dives back into "Blade Runner's" dystopian world with "Blade Runner: 2029," a sequel to last year's "Blade Runner: 2019" series. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
SpaceX's Starship SN9 vehicle may attempt its first launch during a three-day window that closes Jan. 27. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
A supermoon happens when the full moon coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth. Supermoons make the moon appear a little brighter and closer than normal, although the difference is hard to spot with the naked eye. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
The planets around a star called TOI-178 know how to keep a beat — so smoothly, in fact, that scientists were able to discover new alien worlds by deciphering the system's music. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
These images, taken from the International Space Station, show Earth's glowing, colorful aurora alongside lights coming from the cities on our planet's surface down below. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
On January 25, 2004, NASA's Opportunity rover landed on Mars! See how it happened in our "On This Day In Space" series! Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Space.com recently talked with Breakthrough Initiatives executive director Pete Worden about a signal coming from the vicinity of Proxima Centauri, and about the search for alien life more generally. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
Most stars in the universe today are found in massive galaxies called ellipticals, named for their stretched-out-circle shape. Continue Reading »
Monday January 25, 2021
An ongoing investigation of the December collapse of the iconic radio telescope at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico offers early evidence a manufacturing issue may have contributed to the failure. Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
SpaceX successfully launched an ambitious rideshare mission as one of its veteran rockets hoisted a record 143 small satellites into space before nailing a landing at sea. Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
It’s hard to care about bootprints sunk in soil 238,900 miles away as humanity suffers the combined burden of an unforgiving virus and a political unease. Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
The South African Astronomical Observatory in Cape Town is the oldest permanent observatory in the southern hemisphere: it turned 200 in 2020. Continue Reading »
Sunday January 24, 2021
Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity profoundly changed our thinking about fundamental concepts in physics, such as space and time. Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
SpaceX called off the launch of a 143 satellites on a single Falcon 9 rocket due to bad weather at its Florida launch site Saturday (Jan. 23) Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
Data from one of Cassini's last flybys of Titan probed the depths of Kraken Mare to better understand the moon's alien chemistry. Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
Eight bright stars dominate our current winter sky. Depending on how you look at them, you might see a graceful arc, a hexagon or a giant "G." Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
A new composite image of Jupiter's atmosphere shows a hot spot glowing brightly in infrared wavelengths. Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
See the best photos on Space.com this week. Continue Reading »
Saturday January 23, 2021
These are the top space stories this week from Space.com. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
After casually stopping by President Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday (Jan. 20), Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont set out on a tour of the universe — sort of. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Writer Corrina Bechko and artist Alejandro Aragon fill in the gaps between Season 4 and Season 5 of "The Expanse" with Boom! Studios. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
The Starship SN9 vehicle performed its fifth-ever static fire Friday morning (Jan. 22), gearing up for a high-altitude test flight in the coming days. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Dawn Aerospace has received approval to fly a suborbital space plane from a conventional airport in New Zealand. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Joe Biden was three weeks from taking office as a freshman U.S. senator when the moon rock that is now on display in the White House was collected by astronauts on the lunar surface. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Particles called axions may be the reason the 'Magnificent 7' cluster of neutron stars emits extreme X-rays. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
SpaceX is preparing one of its veteran rockets to launch a stack of small satellites into space on Sunday (Jan. 24). Here's how to watch. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Our sister publication is the action-packed magazine that’s bursting with the answers to your curious questions Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
The Out Astronaut Contest is now accepting submissions until Jan. 31. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
Elon Musk is putting a big chunk of change into the fight against climate change. Continue Reading »
Friday January 22, 2021
The developers of the popular "Kerbal Space Program" from Private Division and Intercept Games revealed the true nature of their astronauts (Kerbals) in a recent YouTube video. Continue Reading »
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