The quest to root out all the stray space rocks near Earth is simultaneously comforting and unnerving.
Let’s not go the way of the dinosaurs.
A new US law says American companies can keep resources they obtain in space, but some argue it contravenes international space law.
Old prospector, meet the technology that could replace you.
As long as we know pretty far in advance.
This video shows the basic steps it would take to make Mars habitable.
To add to the spookiness, NASA says it was probably the corpse of a dead comet.
"It might be argued that 1991 VG is a candidate as an alien probe observed in the vicinity of our planet."
It’s expected to be the closest flyby by a large object until August 2027.
The B612 Foundation doesn't appear to be doing so well.