Human hibernation might be the secret to sending the first manned mission to Mars.
A study published this week in the journal of Nature announced that based on its GRAIL mission findings, certain giant features on the face of our moon may have formed differently than previously assumed.
Maven has safely made it into the orbit of Mars.
Computer gaming technology has evolved into being a useful tactic for historical recreations.
MIT is Creating Skin-Tight Spacesuits for Astronauts
Ever since NASA retired the Space Shuttle three years ago, the United States has had to arrange for Russian rockets to deliver American astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). While the current method wasn't meant to be permanent, recent political differences between the U.S. and Russia have only accelerated the long-term plane: space taxis.
Although current calculations have the storm skimming above the Earth, the thought a solar storm is still a chilling image.
NASA's eight-year-old mission to Pluto just passed by Neptune on its journey to the reaches of our solar system.
Europe launched two satellites into orbit today that will provide an alternative to GPS.
Russians Claim Sea Plankton Found Outside Space Station
The Mars Curiosity mission has revealed far more about the planet and its history since it arrived there two years ago than any previous mission before it. Now, award-winning science writer Mark Kaufman is publishing a new book which examines the Curiosity mission close-up. Kaufman not only explores the current mission and its implications, but also opens up about how future missions, perhaps led by innovative companies like Elon Musk's SpaceX, could shape the future of humanity and help to define our place among in the universe.
One of biggest things holding humans back from taking the next big leap in space exploration, is propulsion, or lack of it, actually. While advances have been made in the engines that power our satellites and space probes (like those that delivered the Mars rovers), our spacecrafts' mass are typically made up of at least 50% of their fuel payload. Our ships have to carry a huge amount of fuel around with them in order to get where they're going. Well, that might not always be the case, based on some new research carried out by NASA.
Apparently, Russia has determined that the sexual practices of geckos in space may yield worthwhile data, so much so that they launched a satellite into orbit with geckos on board in order to better study the sexual habits of living organisms in zero gravity. Well, Russian researchers in charge of the study have recently announced that they lost contact with the satellite. A moment of silence for the sex geckos is in order.
NASA is gearing up for the critical test of its next-generation spacecraft. The Orion capsule is preparing for its maiden flight in an unmanned test referred to as Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1).
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