Even 50 years after Apollo 11 landed on the moon.
We have no idea what it might be.
But this is far from the first time a country has destroyed a satellite with a missile and caused a ruckus.
It's not easy to just cozy up to a rock barely longer than the Empire State Building.
If aliens love satellites as much as we do, we might be able to spot them
If Zuma is still up there, these are the people who might spot it.
Eyes on the skies.
Even a 1 mph speed boost would make things pretty weird
Our eyes in the sky are facing budget cuts
Looking good, Earth
If there's a megastructure around Tabby's Star, this is our best shot at hearing the aliens that built it
But size isn't everything
Divest from Russia, with love
With a view 100 times larger than Hubble's, the WFIRST scope could discover thousands of exoplanets and millions of galaxies
Yes, satellites can see the Mumbai garbage fire from space. But they can also see your house, and home plate in Yankee stadium.
Giving small satellites a boost
China's most powerful rocket engine makes a successful debut
Many more eyes in the skies
A cheap, adorable way of getting into space
The company will try again Wednesday evening
Launching little spacecraft to pay for big spacecraft
Something seems off here.
Spooky-looking active spots appeared on our home star on October 8.