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.
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.
India has launched a bid to land on the moon – here are three things you need to know as the mission takes off.
Well-funded tech companies are competing to launch, operate, and replace thousands of satellites in Low Earth Orbit
Researchers from Cornell University have looked at how NASA's lunar landing half a century ago united employees around the world to become inspired in the workplace.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the first time a human set foot on the moon, NASA has published some new pictures of the Apollo 11 mission.
Luxembourg's space and satellite sector accounts for almost 2% of the country's GDP, having grown drastically over the last three decades - but why is the country so successful in its ext...
From aerospace engineering to influencing journalism; the moon landing of Apollo 11 paved the way for unprecedented advancements and will continue to have an effect for years to come.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landings, an astronomy expert reflects on the technologies that found a place on Earth as a result.
NASA has been working on its eco-friendly fuel, Green Propellant Infusion Mission, or GPIM, for years. It has now passed a crucial test.
As Earth-based supplies decrease, the heads of tech are turning away from our home planet and looking at space to fuel the future of industry.
Combining data from centuries of observations and results from missions to Mars, this map details the geology of the Red Planet.
Observing the background radiation that fills the universe is a window into its origins – and the mysterious forces that brought it into being.