Articles by Amy Shira Teitel
NASA's updated RS-25 engine is powerful enough to to send men and machines beyond Earth orbit to the giant planets of our Solar System. Probably.
New NASA observations help confirm the frozen CO2 origins of Martian gullies.
These uncommon images of Apollo 11 put the mission in a slightly different light, telling the familiar story from an unfamiliar perspective.
The big swap will happen any day now, at least in terms of geologic time.
After replicating Mars in a lab, scientists have found a way for liquid water to exist on Mars.
ESA’s destruction of a Kevlar-Nextel shield proves it can protect a spacecraft from killer space debris.
Also: insights into the Moon's internal structure, composition, and thermal evolution.
With every new discovery, Saturn’s moon Titan gets more compelling.
June 24 marked one Martian year—687 Earth days—that the rover has been active on the surface of our planetary neighbour, and it’s been a great Mars-year.
It’s a long shot, but astronomers might have found a dark matter signal.