NASA is even closer to satellites far cheaper than ever before.
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"Houston, we are the problem," someone scrawled last week on Space Shuttle Independence, along with other awful things.
Wish our Arabidopsis friends luck.
The consumerist holiday has become a political lightning rod for all manner of causes.
They fold really small, because space needs space-saving solutions too.
Saturn is often a source of spectacular space images, but this one takes the cake.
And with plutonium stores running out, deep space is getting much further away.
Dennis Tito begged Congress for $700 million to fund his Mars flyby project—it's looking like he's not going to get it.
An article than can be sung to "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover."
The future of space exploration is launching huge solar sails in 1,000 cubic centimeter boxes.
Since Kepler broke down in May, the planet-finding telescope has been out of commission. Now, NASA has a plan that would give it a second life.
The first real Earth-like planet is so hot it might be a molten rock world.
Retracing the homunculus footsteps of Jack Parsons, the eccentric rocketeer, and his partner in magic, L. Ron Hubbard.
NASA has lifted a ban barring Chinese scientists entrance to an exoplanet conference. Hopefully we'll see more international scientific cooperation in the future.
NASA has a number of asteroid-based missions on the books, but they're all on hold thanks to a handful of angry Republicans.
NASA astronauts will test out the coolest-sixth-grader-ever’s proposal for how to brew beer in microgravity.
A U.S. law banning any scientific collaboration with China takes its first swing.
At the rate we're going, Ben fucking Affleck will save us all before Washington can say "I don't want to close my eyes".
The shutdown has had the unforeseen effect of taking government sites offline, which means some journalists are without their biggest sources for stories.
And what the most recent discovery means for uncovering the planet's living past.
NASA's team behind the aging telescope never dreamed theirs would become a leading instrument in the search for exoplanets.
The microwave future of emergency response.
NASA discovered a super dense galaxy not too far away from Earth, but it might've been even larger in the past.