Listen to the smooth sounds of ancient Akkadian from humanity's time capsule.
You can prevent drones from crashing into planes if you restrict where planes can fly, Amazon says.
Not unlike a spacecraft tearing through the atmosphere, NASA’s hope is that its material will be able to weather a wildfire’s blazing heat—saving lives in the process—unlike any emergency shelter before.
A new camera on the International Space Station captures what happens when you mix antacid and water in microgravity.
The theoretical technology that could take us to Pluto in 18 months may be real, new findings show.
Last week, a Russian billionaire pledged $100 million toward the search for intelligent alien life. Has the movement's moment finally come?
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Brian Shiro has been rejected from NASA's astronaut program—twice. So he started his own astronaut-for-hire service.
The new planet enjoys “substantial opportunity for life to arise, should all the necessary ingredients and conditions for life exist on this planet.”
NASA is studying the possible physics of “windbots.”