Love your colleagues and let your freak flag fly, says NASA engineer Adam Steltzner.
When NASA announced it was accepting applications for future astronauts last December, the space agency likely did not expect to receive over 18,000 applications. One-third of that number applied in 2012 and 8,000 in 1978, the previous record.
While orbiting the dark side of the moon during their 1969 voyage, Apollo 10 astronauts Tom Stafford, John Young, and Eugene Cernan described hearing unusual "outer-space type" music, and now, nearly four decades later, NASA has finally released
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Astronomer discovered a new source that confirmed the fact that binary systems with strong colliding stellar winds comprise a separate new population of high-energy gamma-ray sources
For the first time, researchers have successfully detected the presence of gases in the atmosphere of a super-Earth, an exoplanet with a mass higher than that of our homeworld but far less than an ice giant such as Uranus or Neptune, a soon-to-be-pub
Using some of the oldest light in the history of the universe as a sort of cosmic flashlight, a team of astronomers have discovered a jet being emitted by an extremely distant black hole, indicating that such phenomena were likely more common after t
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Eerie image revealed as solar activity remains the quietest it has been in more than a century - and some claims it could even trigger a mini ice age
Researchers at Harvard University and Raytheon BBN Technology have discovered that the charged particles inside high-purity graphene behave as a fluid with relativistic properties.
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(Reuters) - Scientists for the first time have detected gravitational waves, ripples in space and time hypothesized by Albert Einstein a century ago, in a landmark discovery announced on Thursday that opens a new window for studying the cosmos.
The Liberty Institute, a legal group grounded in fighting for religious liberty is representing Christian employees at NASA who are saying they legally have the right to use the word "Jesus" as they please, including in the government agency's
North Korea said its launch of a long-range rocket succeeded in putting a satellite into orbit, just weeks after the isolated nation conducted its fourth nuclear test.
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The voyages of "Star Trek's" USS Enterprise now include an extensive restoration at the hands of the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
NASA engineers have been working tirelessly over the last few months, painstakingly assembling the James Webb Telescope's huge primary mirror. This week marks a significant milestone in the project, with the the last of the 18 individual segments now
For the first time since the end of the Moon Race, Russian engineers have quietly begun working on a lunar lander capable of carrying cosmonauts to the Moon.?
These lucky CubeSats will ride on the maiden voyage of NASA's Space Launch System
By pushing the atmospheric envelope at the edge of Earth's stratosphere, the Airbus Perlan 2 glider's next tests should pave the way for both future aviation on Mars and Earth-based commercial hypersonic aircraft, Allan McArtor, the Chairman and
More than two years after China's lunar rover got away to a wonky start on the surface of the moon, the country's National Space Administration has released the stunning hi-def pictures it took.
To send and receive data, orbiting spacecraft depend on radio-frequency communications.
Now in enhanced color!
Results are back from one of the latest experiments hosted on the International Space Station (ISS), with researchers from Spain's National Institute of Aerospace Technology (INTA) using the facility to study how hardy fungi species, collected from t
The ambitious idea by Trevorrow, who is coming off the second-highest grossing film of 2015 with "Jurassic World," would be a first for the "Star Wars" franchise, but it doesn't sound like it's the first time it's been thought about.
The SpaceX and Tesla founder said this week that he personally wants to visit space within the next five years and thinks that his company will launch a mission to Mars by 2025.
The cosmos came into sharper focus this week with astronomers releasing the highest resolution astronomical image yet.
The space agency takes a look back at spacesuit history and leaps forward to how the latest suits were designed. NASA has been developing and testing new spacesuits to be used beyond low-Earth orbit