The mystery of Martian farts won't be solved overnight.
It's a groundbreaking step, but hardly surprising.
But this is far from the first time a country has destroyed a satellite with a missile and caused a ruckus.
In the December 1980 issue of Popular Science, a 38-year-old theoretical physicist answers the ultimate question about the universe.
Orbital manufacturing is already paving the way for better solar panels, faster internet, cleaner computer chips, and lab-grown human hearts
Three astronauts made the ultimate sacrifice, but they didn't die in vain
An excerpt from Spaceman, a memoir by astronaut Mike Massimino
Notes from a field trip to New Mexico's commercial spaceport
Enter the competition by October 7
An excerpt from the June 1962 issue of Popular Science, in honor of Glenn's 95th birthday
The moon rocks
Pluto is just the beginning
A new book showcases images from the forgotten Gemini mission, which taught NASA how to live and work in space
How private corporations are using the station's lab for research and development
Today could be the first day of a new era in spaceflight
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.
Happy Carl Sagan day! Celebrate with this blast from the past in the pages of Popular Science
About 120,000 civilians will see everything from arc jets and astrobiology labs to giant centrifuges and wind tunnels.
But CEO Bas Lansdorp says the study used bad data.
How duct tape and tube socks saved three astronauts
If Sierra Nevada can't build its vehicle, no one else can.