Explore the vast reaches of space and mankind’s continuing efforts to conquer the stars, including theories such as the Big Bang, the International Space Station, plus what the future holds for space travel and exploration.
The Zoo Hypothesis: Are Aliens Watching Us Like Animals in a Zoo?
Are Pentagon-confirmed UFOs a National Security Threat?
Does the Real Element 115 Have a Connection With UFOs?
Don't Miss Jupiter Shine Its Brightest in Almost 60 Years
What Are the 8 Phases of the Moon, in Order?
Why August's Moon Is Known as the Sturgeon Moon
Scientists Make History by Growing Plants in Soil From Moon
Without Regulation, the Night Sky Will Be Twinkling With Satellites, Not Stars
Space Architects Will Help Us Live and Work Among the Stars
SpaceX's Massive Starship Could Soon Transform Spaceflight
Is Coastal Georgia the Next Gateway to Space?
Is Space Tourism Worth It?
Mars Is Littered With Over 7 Tons of Trash From Robotic Space Exploration
Stunning Webb Images Show Clearest Look at Cosmos Ever
What Does Space Smell Like?
20 Years on the ISS Proves We Can All Get Along
How the International Space Station Works
NASA's Dragonfly Rotorcraft to Explore Saturn's Giant Moon Titan
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Using the Chandra X-ray Observatory, a team of scientists discovered what could very well be the first exoplanet outside the Milky Way. It's massive and might even orbit a black hole.
If our living space is to become outer space, we have a lot of challenges to address. And our first line of defense will be space architects.
By John Donovan
Two mission scientists working with the Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter give us the breakdown of the historic achievements the two Martian ships have made in the months on the Red Planet.
Early dark energy, a form of dark energy that may have existed a few hundred thousand years after the big bang, could help clarify the universe's rate of expansion. But its existence hasn't been proven.
The Mars solar conjunction occurs every two years and forces NASA to stop communicating with assets on the Red Planet. So what's the deal?
Before humans can go to Mars, NASA needs to know how to prepare for the challenges. So, they're looking for a few brave men and women to live in isolation for a year at the Johnson Space Center. Want to join them?
Scientists have observed flashes of X-rays coming from behind a supermassive black hole, consistent with Albert Einstein's prediction that extremely large objects can bend light.
On July 20, 2021, Wally Funk will blast off. Her trip to space has been delayed since 1961, when the 'Mercury 13' Woman in Space Program was cancelled.
The Chinese space station Tiangong, now with its first crew of astronauts, is scheduled for completion in 2022. What does that mean for the future of the aging International Space Station and multinational space cooperation?
Yep, two small-bodied Russian tortoises made it to the moon and back before man did.
By Mark Mancini
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his brother plan to blast into space next month. But even if you're not related to a billionaire, you can still experience the fun of space at a 'down-to-Earth' price.
NASA will be sending two new missions to Venus between 2028 and 2030, but why is this so exciting and what do they hope to accomplish?
Recently, there's been a spike in UFO sightings — officially UAP, or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena — all over the world and nobody seems to know why or what the objects we're seeing might be.
What most people remember about Apollo 14 is Alan Shepard hitting golf balls on the moon. But on the same mission, command module pilot Stuart Roosa took seeds to space and back and now they're beautiful trees on Earth.
Since Dennis Tito first visited the International Space Station, eight more space tourists have paid between $20 and $30 million to fly through the Russian space program. Will human spaceflight ever get a little cheaper and more democratized?
You know Saturn and Venus and Mars and ... some others. Can you put the eight planets of the solar system in the correct order? There are several ways to do this.
Surely you've watched tons of sunsets in your lifetime. But have you ever seen the sunset and the moonrise simultaneously? Is that even possible?