"Seeing color in a nebula from a garden in San Francisco? That's pretty cool."
The Cold Atom Laboratory launched this morning
Basically just a cosmic cocoon.
Small, but mighty.
In the December 1980 issue of Popular Science, a 38-year-old theoretical physicist answers the ultimate question about the universe.
But you're still extremely unlikely to ever get hit by a piece.
It has to do with a surprisingly hazy atmosphere.
Take it from an astronaut.
This is what real suspended animation will look like.
Don't worry, it's not rocket science.
On Io, the floor is basically lava
It's a matter of perspective
The agency's new GIPHY page is a delight
More space travel, more poop problems.
After quickly heating up, SAO 244567 has started to chill out
Orbiting laboratory could pave the way for a landing party
Written in the stars
View of the heavens
The solar system's smallest planet finds a place in the sun
Polar opposites of Earth
Plus a sneak-peak review of the first 49 minutes of the film