Featured in fall 2019
Inside NASA’s plan to use Martian dirt to build houses on Mars
If humans want to create a lasting presence on the Red Planet, they’ll have to learn to live off the land.
Clear-as-day telescopes for watching the night sky
Perfect lighting make all the difference in telescope tech.
Pick the right pair of binoculars for your viewing needs
Too close can be just as bad as not close enough.
This $50 rocket can break the sound barrier and travel more than a mile high
A cardboard craft that can satisfy the need for speed? Sign us up.
That groundbreaking photo of a black hole has raised some mighty big questions
“Nature is providing us with a sandbox.”
Meet the flat-Earthers of the modern era
From YouTube videos to live-streamed conferences, the movement is using technology to plant its message.
There are no shortcuts when you build a drone destined for Mars
The electrical engineer leading the team building the Mars Autonomous Helicopter lives by a lesson she learned as a young child.
What shape is the universe?
There are three basic options, but one is more likely than the others.
How to send messages 10,000 years into the future
Linguists, designers, and scientists are scheming up ways to break a language barrier that doesn’t exist (yet).
How to build a perfect dehydrated food kit
Light weight and long shelf lives make this the perfect camping or survival kit.