You know, if governments actually cared about the long-term survival of humanity...
"I really set myself up for failure here, but okay," Luke McKay says jokingly. I had asked the scientist how he would explain his work to a child. McKay is an astrobiologist and a microbial ecologist.
A new study suggests Proxima Centauri could sustain liquid water on its surface
Trouble brewing in the Atlantic, Jupiter's elusive "brown barge" and staring Hurricane Florence in the eye.
He is the "top king boss," after all.
On Thursday evening, without any advance notice, SpaceX tweeted that is had signed the world's "first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle."
What do we lose if we make the Red Planet hospitable to humans?
But we doubt that the people who need to watch this — those that subscribe to the conspiracy — would even consider this point of view.
Hurricane Florence is set to rock the Atlantic coast later this week, and this footage from the International Space Station gives a sense of how massive the storm is.
Tyson probably doesn't want to shut down about any talk whatsoever about government money going toward more space exploration and study.
According to Einstein (I'm so smart), the idea of "space" only exists within our universe. So how is our universe expanding if there's no such as space?
Sara Spangelo says she isn’t rebellious by nature. So why did she defy federal regulators?
“Every time we take a picture,” said Surhud More, an astronomer at the University of Tokyo, “there is this possibility that Planet Nine exists in the shot.”
"Over the next five years, smaller and increasingly powerful satellites are going to be doing the same work as larger satellites do today, but they going to be doing them in a less expensive, more resilient way."
Hubble's lucky observation of an enigmatic cloud, a time-lapse sequence of Jupiter's north and the first ever "weather map" of an exoplanet.
Brendan H. Banks' "TK630 - A Star Wars Fan Film" looks, sounds and feels like a real "Star Wars" film. It's also just as much fun.
Thousands of people moved to let China build and protect the world's largest telescope. And then the government drew in orders of magnitude more tourists, potentially undercutting its own science in an attempt to promote it.
According to the team, they've found striking evidence for a theory called conformal cyclic cosmology (CCC).
Three decades after Reagan's "Star Wars," putting missile interceptors in orbit is still a bad idea.
The Space Station's flight over Hurricane Lane, an unprecedented catalogue of stars and the world on fire.
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