NASA is conducting a study to assess how the human body changes as a result of space travel, using Scott Kelly and his twin brother Mark Kelly as subjects.
Here's how human space exploration has evolved.
Just 10% of the world is still without basic connectivity. Here's how satellites might be able to end digital inequality.
If a machine could design the perfect city, what would it look like?
Many nations de-orbit old spacecraft over the most remote place on Earth, called Point Nemo.
Lego has announced that it is releasing a "Women of NASA" set.
NASA has aims to have humans on Mars by the 2030s—but long-distance space travel comes with a unique set of health problems.
The job of monitoring Earth’s carbon cycle and humanity’s carbon dioxide emissions is increasingly supported from above, thanks satellites.
A great deal has changed in the past 60 years when it comes to space exploration.
$980,000 awarded to Rainer Weiss, Barry Barish and Kip Thorne for their work on LIGO detector, which has opened a new window into the known universe.
The net is closing in on unauthorized fishing vessels, thanks to the all-seeing eye of orbiting satellites.
Before humans can travel to Mars we need to assess one major health risk.
The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is being developed to study the most abundant yet elusive matter particle in the universe.
An influx of investment from states and start-ups requires new regulation and oversight of space technologies.
A company is now using a satellite to transmit the cryptocurrency from space, with the aim of bringing it to more people, who may currently be unable to access it.