NASA will once again launch astronauts into space from US soil, the 1st time since the Shuttle was retired in 2011.
A meteor sent fragments of meteorites to Earth last week in Michigan; it was a dazzling fireball display of nature.
Earth’s climate is changing, and temperatures, especially in the Arctic, are getting hotter—by about 1°C since the 1950s.
Here’s our observatory’s plan for viewing in November, in our ongoing quest to photograph the constellations from Md., IL.
Boron nitride nanotubes could help planes withstand extended hypersonic travel and drastically reduce air travel times in the future.
Will you be taking any “artistic” photos during the eclipse. Getting some great shots of the sky could require specialized lenses.
We thought we saw sunspots yesterday, so we pointed a slightly more powerful telescope at the sun this morning. Yep. Sunspots.
The world’s beauty is joined by extraterrestrial beauty, and since Jupiter is now closer to Earth than it has been in a year, NASA took some pics.
If we’re planning to go back to the moon, to Mars, or beyond, we need some basic science experiments to pave the way for long space flights.
Are we alone? NASA scientists have published their discovery of 7 Earth-sized planets orbiting a red dwarf star that’s only 39 light years away.