But size isn't everything
Do you want extinction? This is how you get extinction.
The SpaceX founder wants the public's help in solving the mystery
"Let's go get the science."
Virgin Galactic's new spaceship had its first flight test Thursday afternoon in Mojave, the first since an October 2014 crash that killed one of two test pilots.
TESTING OUT THE CREW CAPSULE'S EMERGENCY ABORT SYSTEM WILL BE ROUGH ON THE ROCKET THAT'S ALREADY FLOWN FOUR TIMES
TO GET TO the spaceship convention I have to go to Chattanooga. To a former train depot once called Terminal Station, a beaux-arts building downtown, which was built in a time when trains were the apex of industry--the smartest, fastest, most high-t
Shock claims Elon Musk's Falcon 9 was 'attacked'
Russia is squeezing NASA for more than $3.3 billion -- and there's little anyone can do about it
NASA says SpaceX was conducting a test firing of its unmanned rocket when the blast occurred Thursday morning
Early this morning, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket exploded during a hot run, a test fire before a launch planned for this Saturday.
are monitoring satellite? UFO enthusiasts have studied the footage and come to some staggering conclusions which would blow holes in decades of research that found no signs of intelligent life in outer space
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, meant to launch a satellite this weekend, exploded on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Reports suggest the explosion occurred during a static fire test of the rocket's engines.
Reduce, reuse, recycle
The NASA 'human computer' made calculations for the Mercury, Apollo, and Shuttle programs
A CIA-linked firm has joined forces with Amazon in a bid to use "computer vision" to snoop on the Earth in unprecedented detail.
Now to figure out if it has liquid water. Or an atmosphere.
NEW WORLD REVEALED 'Secret second Earth' that could be home to ALIENS will be exposed tomorrow
Their STEREO is working again!
Chris Waid (Founder) and Luke Leighton (Engineer) at ThinkPenguin provide an update on the Linux-Based Computer/Operation - Grant Smith (Director - Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy) on the Israel lobby - Michael Belfiore (Author, Writer)
One of 10 insane ideas that just might save the world
NASA engineers blasted an RS-25 rocket engine for 7 minutes yesterday (Aug. 18) at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi as part of a development test for hardware that will make up the most powerful rocket ever.
Commentary by Michael Belfiore, interviews with Burt and Dick Rutan, Chris Hadfield, and more...
Humanoid programmers get a shot at the stars
BEIJING (AP) -- China's launch of the first quantum satellite Tuesday will push forward efforts to develop the ability to send communications that can't be penetrated by hackers, experts said.
Black holes are some of the most massive, mind-bending objects in the universe. They contain immense, almost unimaginable amounts of energy: Supermassive black holes help regulate entire galaxies, past research suggests.
There may be a fifth force of nature, a new study suggests.
As people around the world stepped into their backyards or onto rooftops to peer up at the annual spectacle of the Perseid meteor shower early on Friday morning, few of them had a view like Wilson Jarvis and Steve Linderer.