By studying variations in seismic waves, NASA has gained a better understanding of Mars’ interior.
After a one month “break” the Hubble Space Telescope is in working condition once again.
12 minutes aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard has cost one person $28 million.
A hole caused by space debris hitting the Canadarm2 module won’t prevent the arm from doing its job says the Canadian Space Agency.
China is expected to land its first rover, Zhurong, on the surface of Mars today.
The ESA issued a call for ideas regarding how we can explore the depths of the Moon, and scientists answered with some incredibly clever ideas.
The United Arab Emirates’ first mission to Mars is going well enough for the probe to send back a haunting photo of the red planet.
A fan vote for the LEGO 90th anniversary is in its last vote.
Using it’s flying observatory, NASA has discovered water molecules in the Moon’s largest crater.
Scientists have discovered as many as three lakes below the surface of Mars but the jury is still out regarding what exactly they contain.
Bright constellations of satellites could block our view of space and potentially Earth-threatening asteroids.
By no means is it a perfect game, but Star Citizen has impressed me a lot in the last few months.
Tickets for would-be astronauts are expected to go on sale later this year, and cost upwards of $250 000.
The launch date is not set in stone due to a number of variables which could affect the launch date.
The Artemis Generation spacesuits will be worn by the first woman to walk on the Moon.
The SpaceX CEO is nothing if not ambitious.
This week the ISS had a bit of Hollywood join its midst. Okay so it was via video conference but it still counts.
Boldly go… to Steam to get some games at a discount.