“This would of course all go a lot faster if we had, you know, money.”
"It would be almost totally novel."
The Apollo 11 astronaut just opened a new space institute at Florida Tech.
NASA takes a 36-year-old plane to some of the most dangerous skies on Earth, but ex-military pilots say they're careful not to "commit suicide by science."
The resupply ship is called Kounotori, or 'white stork,' because it's for special deliveries (awww).
At NASA’s Landing Impact and Research Facility, crashing is the goal.
The lander that forced the Soviet space program to finally give up on Mars.
A much smaller and lighter device could provide clean drinking water in space and on Earth.
It was the biggest impact event in living memory, and we’re due for another in 200 years.
Galina Balashova's futuristic illustrations propelled the Soviet space program.