Articles by Amy Shira Teitel
Venus is a hellish world, but not if we stick to the clouds.
New research offers hope for optical cloaking and much more.
A team of MIT researchers offers a novel solution to an old computer science problem.
Most of us travel subsonically, but that might change before too long—at least for a wealthy few.
For the light-based communication of the future, it just takes a plasmonic patch antenna, two silver nanocubes, and a bit of gold.
And that is why we won't be moving there.
Comet C/2013 A1, also known as comet Siding Spring, will pass about 87,000 miles from Mars, and a whole fleet of spacecraft and rovers have been lined up to image it.
The agency's newest Mars mission is already shaping up to be awesome.
Being able to detect micro cracks from fatigue could change the way we fly.
Sierra Nevada, the company behind the proposed Dream Chaser, isn't happy about losing its NASA contract to SpaceX.