Hearst Corp - Space & Flight
Sun Feb 25 6:15 AM
The emerging U.S. commercial manned spaceflight market may depend on foreign customerswhich is a problem, given the way our laws are written.
SpinLaunch is coming out of the shadows.
By using ships' own emergency beacons, researchers got the first comprehensive snapshot of industrial fishing's impacts around the globe.
The longest-running known storm in the solar system is coming to an end.
SpaceX has a new boat, "Mr. Steven," that will try to catch the nose cone pieces of the rocket with a net.
A one in ten million shot.
Nuclear thermal propulsion, which was studied in the Cold War for space travel, could make a comeback to fly humans to Mars.
Awesome job again, with everything completed," Mission Control radioed. "We're all happy here.
It almost feels like being there.
When rockets can no longer hold oversize payloads, building in space might be the best way to go.
It's only a matter of time before a crash, airline groups warm.
The space Tesla has a small chance of colliding with Earth over the next million years.
A recent discovery would upend years of size estimates for our largest galactic neighbor.
Scientists remain confused at what's going on.
The global run on GPUs to mine cryptocurrency is a thorn in the side of science.
To be housed in a building 22 stories high, on a plateau of the Atacama Desert of Chile, the Giant Magellan Telescope will be the largest optical telescope ever built.
Using telescope observations, astronomers now know both Starman's location and level of motion sickness.
A launch this Saturday will put two test satellites into orbit.
The proposed NASA budget indicates a future of privatized spaceand not just the International Space Station.
This isn't the red planet it's the Arabian Peninsula.