The Apollo 11 landing was witnessed by millions of people around the world ushering in a new era of TV technology.
NASA lays out 4 key reasons why going back to the moon is in our best interest, inspiration, science, exploration, and economy.
Over time, even the smallest annoyances about our personal spaces can build up, raising the levels of stress hormones in our bodies.
This 81-megapixel image of the moon is just mind blowing.
In a paper entitled, "Could Solar Radiation Pressure Explain "Oumuamua's Peculiar Acceleration," these scientists bring up that very possibility.
This helicopter will be hitching a ride to the red planet on the belly of the Mars 2020 rover.
The first batch of crops included Dwarf Wheat and Arabidopsis, which are small flowering plants related to cabbage and mustard.
Visitors will be taken on a twelve day cruise quite literally around the world (and around and around).
Some areas that make sense to avoid are the inactive volcanoes on the planet surface.
Scientists have been keeping a close eye on the lab as it's been hurtling out of control.
Airbus is going with a harpoon versus a net, robotic arm, or any other method due to its simplicity.
Using nukes would admittedly be the very last option.
Elon Musk already has ideas about how to do better next time.
This storm is working a bit differently than researchers expected.
Imagine something like this, but with a giant net attached.
In as little as 20-30 years, the Great Red Spot may be no more.
"It’s sort of like the way modern computer systems are set up."
NASA is constantly striving to innovate in ways that will improve not only space travel but also life on Earth.
Musk was quick to point out that this is not a mockup, but a functional suit that has already been tested.
There is no word on who may be taking this historic trip, but the pool for potential moon tourists is likely quite...
Current satellite images are often months or in most cases, years old. Planet wants to image the entire Earth daily.
Spectacular landings are a great first step, but a rocket will not be truly reusable until it is, well, actually reused.
The mission will take seven years from start to finish.
SpaceX takes the next step towards reusable rockets with the test-firing of a previously landed first stage.
Let’s just say right up front that no, Sylvester Stallone will not be a permanent fixture on future space missions, nor will...
Space travel and space exploration is more than just studying the worlds beyond our world, it’s also responsible for providing many inventions...
That’s right, according to world renowned physicist/scientist Stephen Hawking, science & tech could wipe out the human race in the next 100...
NASA has shared images of Pluto that guitar god Jimi Hendrix would have been proud of. The dwarf planet appears to be...