Researchers have developed a microbot made from algae that solves some problems with the tech
A fascinating outcome of all this speculation is that we have no way of knowing what the true reality of existence really is.
Who knew? Plane plus Blimp equals "Plimp"!
InSight attempts its landing thtis coming Monday.
OMG: Geoengineering could destroy the planet!
Astronaut Mike Mullane knew Shuttle was an experimental spaceship sitting atop highly volatile explosives. When NASA allowed civilians to ride they were implying it was safe when it was not. Unfortunately, he was right.
Experts believe we may be nearing an era where organ transplantation will no longer be necessary
ow to land on Mars - a primer.
A German-French probe called MASCOT is now collecting valuable data from the surface of Ryugu, an asteroid located 190 million miles from Earth. But...
Though pivotal to the plot, the science in Arthur C. Clarke’s Robin Hood, F.R.S. is noticeably dated (nearly sixty years), leaving the reader with questions and doubt rather than the anticipated wonder.
Lunar eclipse today
I keep tell you - space camels are the solution! Dust storm? We don't see no stinkin dust storm!
Neurotribes presents SF fandom as a functioning example of a neurodiverse society
French designer creates hotel rooms for Axiom Space, a company that hopes to attach a hotel module to the ISS in 2020.
VR technology is not only wowing viewers, its also providing the background for new story ideas
OK. Maybe the universe is a bubble in a glass of cosmic chocolate milk
Forty five years ago today, the United States landed a man on the Moon and returned him safely to the Earth.
Where do nightmares come from? The right half of their cerebral cortex, that's where
Unmanned space vehicles will increasingly need to think for themselves the farther from Earth they get.
Our Shuttle flight software team had the “distinction” of hearing Walter Cronkite describe, live and on national television, whether we’d done our work correctly.
Most don't know that many, many, many astronomical discoveries have been made by "amateurs"
The existence of Life elsewhere in the solar system is moving from maybe to almost certainly
That creepy, skull-faced asteroid is heading back towards Earth
Could we be untethered consciousnesses floating in our own delusions? Yes.
I'm guessing that those science textbooks I read in high school are somewhat out of date
I sure hope Corbin Dallas's face isn't on the driver's license.
First we hope for water, water, everywhere. Now we're pissed that we've found it....
Just you wait until those baby planets get to the "terrible twos"
It's probably a good thing that 3D printed chemistry wasn't around in the 60's
Advanced Neural Networks are being trained to help identify possible life-supporting planets.