Featured by Charlie Wood
SpaceX and NASA officially flew people into space. What’s next?
The Crew-1 launch opens a new chapter in human spaceflight.
Mars died billions of years ago, and its guts are still spilling into space
The planet is still drying out today. And faster than expected.
Astronomers have traced mysterious radio waves to a source in our own galaxy
The brightest radio flashes in the sky likely come from the universe’s most powerful magnets.
The moon is (slightly) wet, NASA confirms. Now what?
Planetary scientists and would-be explorers alike have a lot of follow up questions.
The moon will soon have cell service
NASA and Nokia plan to install it in 2022.
The military wants one-hour global delivery. SpaceX thinks it can pull it off.
Because rockets are much, much faster than planes.
Local asteroid Bennu used to be filled with tiny rivers
Six new studies describe the rock’s soggy past and violent present.
Three ways scientists could search for life on Venus
The truth is out there. We just have to go get it.
Astronomers find a pair of ‘super Earths’ in a nearby star system
The discovery comes after two decades of watching one of our closest stars.
There should be billions of Earths out there. Why can’t we find them?
A new estimate suggests the Milky Way is home to six billion Earth-like planets. So far, we’ve found just one potential candidate.