Even 50 years after Apollo 11 landed on the moon.
Sort of a two-birds-with-one-planet-sized-stone situation.
It could be something even cooler.
There's still a lot to learn about the surface of Jupiter's moon
Step one: realize we're not alone.
But we won't know until we get there.
High impact research.
The early solar system was a wild, world-destroying place.
For your favorite space enthusiast, go above, to infinity, and beyond.
Finally, a good use for climate change
What we learned at a space conference that puts inclusivity first
You are getting verrry sleeepy
We are very very small
Houston, we have a ringer
A very pretty way to predict the solar storms that could take out our power grids
Plus baby wolves
But more importantly, we know a bit more about why the galaxy is the way it is.
It's the farthest object we've ever spotted in our neighborhood.
Shooting for the stars.
The spacecraft has orbited a duck-shaped comet since 2014, but now its mission is drawing to a close
So close we might even be able to measure its wind speeds, GJ 1132b is a very important exoplanet
It follows its predecessor toward where no other (active) spacecraft has gone before.
Solar storms, sharp sand, and near-weightlessness are just the tip of the iceberg.