Becky is a contributor to Motherboard.
Articles by Becky Ferreira
Some spooky space news, just in time for Halloween.
A science fiction favorite takes a leap towards becoming a space staple.
Why NASA should be focused on asteroids as a Martian road map, rather than as a lunar ornament.
It could have something to do with its decades-old Soviet rocket engines.
Starring Littlefinger, preferably.
Astronomers have imaged the early stages of a nova for the first time. It’s pretty gnarly.
Anyone hungry for a Jupiter-sized snack?
67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is easy on the eyes, but not on the nose.
Why it’s so tricky to prove that dinosaurs opened cans of whoopass on each other.
French physicists have discovered the telltale calm before a solar eruption.