If you’ve ever wanted to see the moon mapped out by some of the best cartographers on our planet, this definitely fits the bill.
A NASA probe just made a little history.
Since the company is now playing a key role in NASA’s strategy to ferry equipment to the ISS, SpaceX has a ton of opportunities to test out its cutting-edge rocket landing tech.
SpaceX launched a large resupply mission to the International Space Station today, and got one step closer to successfully landing the rocket back on a barge.
Thanks to some new data originating from NASA’s Curiosity rover cruising around on Mars, scientists believe there could be liquid water located just below the surface of the Red Planet.
GoPros have captured everything from epic space jumps to what a dog sees while chasing a cat. But this might be the most awe-inspiring application of the heads-up camera tech yet.
SpaceX’s Falcon rocket will soon be used to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station, and here’s some stunningly high-definition footage of the fiery launch system in action.
Aside from the fact that it’s a massive ball of fire at the center of our solar system, our sun is also an insanely beautiful star.
Despite the fact that we’ve mined a few blockbusters from the idea (and the fact that it certainly contributed to the extinction of the dinosaurs), Earth’s early asteroid detection system is still woefully inadequate.
Earth’s greatest minds are still looking to the stars for life, and now the woman helping run the show at NASA has pinned a target date on when we’ll hopefully find it.