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The space agency has opened applications for new recruits. Could you be the next man – or first woman – on the moon?
Governments and companies, including SpaceX, are planning to launch many more satellites into the sky – contributing to the growing space clutter and potentially obstructing views. Here's...
Many of the cultural institutions born in 1969 are still going strong half a century later.
“Demonstrating and validating recycling capabilities on the ISS is an important step towards developing sustainable manufacturing systems that will enable us to venture deeper into the so...
Rules governing human activity in space have been in place for only a few decades, but they now need to be revised to reflect dramatic changes in the use of space
Only seven countries have been to the moon, but some more than others.
Digital Earth Africa will use satellite imagery to tell a new story of how Africa’s land has changed over the past 30 years.
The map details the surface of the red planet.
France’s plans to take defence into space include the potential weoponisation of satellites – part of the the country's goal of ‘strategic autonomy’, explains Arthur Laudrain of IISS
Staunchly opposed to the militarization of space in the past, India is now having to adopt a more nuanced approach, explains Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan of the Observer Research Foundation.
Supercomputer-enabled universe simulations have found that some galaxies stop creating new stars even though they still have plenty of hydrogen gas.
At a time when women often found their path to a career in science barred, Burbridge influenced generations with her contribution to science.
The possibility of living on the moon could be closer than we think, thanks to new 3D printing technology. Using the equipment, moondust could be used to manufacture long term settlements...
One Reddit user mapped all the stars and celestial bodies that could be seen by the naked eye on Near Year’s Day 2000.
From a plant-based diet to gravity-induced muscle loss, here's what lunar life might look like.