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China's moon run is raising an age-old question.
If it has lived on, it's definitely in a diminished state.
A star's death and black hole's birth were recorded for the first time, and it was quite the cosmic explosion.
They fold really small, because space needs space-saving solutions too.
The menu includes irradiated turkey that resembles stiff deli meat, freeze-dried green beans, rehydrated potatoes, and thermostabilized yams.
As soon as 1 billion years from now, life will begin its final decline on Earth. This is what it will look like when the planet finally dies.
Saturn is often a source of spectacular space images, but this one takes the cake.
"Within this fireball was all of space."
Dennis Tito begged Congress for $700 million to fund his Mars flyby project—it's looking like he's not going to get it.
Venus, Mars, and some moons make an appearance too.
And it ain't just farmers. This is the weakest solar cycle in 200 years, and it's "a total punk."
The most traveled torch in Olympic history is having some trouble carrying the sacred flame.
The future of space exploration is launching huge solar sails in 1,000 cubic centimeter boxes.
Thus far, 14 of the 18 successful missions to Mars have been launched by NASA. India may be next.
Watch our nearest star spit electromagnetic radiation into space.
The first real Earth-like planet is so hot it might be a molten rock world.
There are eight of them. They've never been seen before now. And they're just spectacular.
Here’s some comforting news: Over 90 percent of near-Earth comets and asteroids that are bigger than a kilometer are mapped.
NASA has lifted a ban barring Chinese scientists entrance to an exoplanet conference. Hopefully we'll see more international scientific cooperation in the future.
Plus they've got shovel capability!
NASA has a number of asteroid-based missions on the books, but they're all on hold thanks to a handful of angry Republicans.
The history of the galaxy is currently is trapped in millions of thin glass plates stacked in forgotten storage closets.