Itokawa is surprisingly wet.
NASA has been understandably stingy with the last of its pristine samples.
Sort of a two-birds-with-one-planet-sized-stone situation.
But not everyone agrees it's from an asteroid impact.
From the Popular Science archives.
Cyborgs, and interstellar probes, and AI.
High impact research.
In the December 1980 issue of Popular Science, a 38-year-old theoretical physicist answers the ultimate question about the universe.
I is for interstellar.
Suspended animation may help us survive interplanetary travel, but it won't keep us alive for 120 years
They're a potential source of food, air, clothing, and more. But will they survive the journey, and can we avoid contaminating the red planet?
Asgardia might become a legit state, but don't count on it
A lesson from the Apollo missions
The discoverers of the "most mysterious star in the universe" just launched a Kickstarter
The enormously ambitious mission faces a few challenges
To study effects of confinement and isolation
With near Earth space filled with numerous 'city killer' asteroids, we don't wanna miss a thing
Better predictions can help us prepare
For a small, remote site in the desert with a modest staff, the High Speed Flight Station saw some incredible advances in aviation's that ultimately led to spaceflight.
But CEO Bas Lansdorp says the study used bad data.