Articles by Amy Shira Teitel
The ESA finds itself with an unfortunate salvage mission.
Zircons are like nature’s watches in rocks, and they’re giving insight into Mars's climate history.
It’s high time we considered going back to explore Neptune’s moon in detail.
But small scale acoustic testing is helping make sure that doesn't actually happen.
This level of detail is almost unheard of when it comes to studying comets.
Sorry, beach fans: it's mostly cloudy and the sea is methane.
More evidence that the ice melt we're seeing isn't all natural.
From astronaut diets to asteroid detection, the space agency wants your algorithms.
Imagine blasting through space without the need for extra fuel.
In all that time, the little rover has traversed 25 miles of the Red Planet.