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Once NASA gets its super-expensive tech up into space, it’s not easy to repair it. Especially when it’s not something with a human operator nearby (i.e. a satellite). But now, the U.S. space agency is building its own robo geek squad.
New radio telescope footage is telling us how stars can give life to even more stars.
That coronal mass ejection was just too intense.
The shining SpaceshipTwo takes a soaring Saturday flight into the wild blue yonder.
Titan has one particular advantage over the Moon and Mars when it comes to colonization.
We can put a man on the moon, but the greatest minds at NASA still can’t figure out what to do with astronaut poop.
Qicheng Zhang has conjured a way to thwart potentially lethal comets with lasers.
Almost something out of science fiction, this celestial image is actually a billion-star map that will blow your mind.
The 1960s were an amazing time for space exploration, as humanity had boundless ambition and the ingenuity to do as much as possible with insanely limited technology. Enjoy this blast from the past.
Along with colonizing Mars, SpaceX also has a few other cool projects in the works. One of the most fascinating? An enormous undertaking to beam internet down to the entire globe.
Stephen Hawking is one of the greatest minds of our time, and he has a grave warning for humanity: Find a new home, or else.
Check out this matched set of ocular-type galaxies captured by NASA and the ESO's telescopes.
Scientists haven’t had much luck finding proof of life on Mars, and it sounds like the odds are getting even longer.
Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s … supermoon.
There have been a lot of Mars missions over the years, and the vast majority of those did not end well. Now, we might finally know what downed Europe’s first Mars rover.