When NASA’s Orion spacecraft was blasted into space on a test flight on December 5, it brought a few pieces of Hollywood along with it.
Cloud cities. On Venus. No, this is not the pitch for a potentially awesome science fiction story — this is a real-life proposal currently being considered by NASA.
We’re in the private space race’s infancy, and it looks like we can officially add another player to the mix.
The fact-finding mission continues, and NASA’s Mars rover has just found some more evidence that helps point toward the potential for life on the Red Planet.
In case you ever decide to steal a spaceship — or if you’re forced to make a run for it from Cylons — this handy flowchart could help you determine whether a planet is worth making a pit stop.
Despite being one of the most cutting-edge pieces of tech ever created by man, the International Space Station has an Internet communications problem. Well, it turns out super lasers could be the answer.
With NASA hoping to use its next spacecraft and rocket to eventually get us to Mars, it’s easy to see that the new Space Launch System definitely looks the part.
Here's a glorious gallery of enhanced images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, showing Saturn as we've never seen it before.
The Curiosity Rover’s journey to Mount Sharp has provided some intriguing new evidence that indicates the odds of life having existed on Mars might be a whole lot higher than we’d thought.
Sure, NASA might not have the bucks to mount a legit mission to Mars for another decade or so, but that hasn’t stopped the rest of the world from catching Red Planet fever as of late.