Featured by Charlie Wood
Something sent one of the universe’s heaviest black holes flying
A new survey offers the most concrete evidence yet for a roaming supermassive black hole.
Was there ever life on Mars? Perseverance’s SHERLOC laser sniffs for microscopic clues
The ultraviolet “imager” is a life-hunting machine more than two decades in the making.
Perseverance’s giant ‘hand lens’ will scour Mars for signs of ancient life
An early version helped identify ancient life on Earth. Now its successor sits on the Red Planet.
With MOXIE, Perseverance will try to make oxygen on Mars
For the first time, NASA will attempt to generate a resource in space.
Watch the Perseverance rover complete its dramatic landing on Mars
Take a look at the first images taken from the surface.
Your ancestors might have been Martians
A controversial theory suggests that life could pre-date Earth.
Mars’s mascara-like streaks may be caused by slush and landslides
Beneath its surface, the Red Planet may be slightly mushy.
How NASA kept its Mars rovers alive long past their expiration dates
Extending Curiosity and Perseverance’s lifespans wasn’t easy. Just ask NASA engineer Matt Keuneke.
These 6 exoplanets somehow orbit their star in perfect rhythm
Planetary systems are not supposed to form like this.
SpaceX won’t be the only company launching commercial rockets in 2021
Two companies took big steps toward selling modestly priced rides to space last week.