Astronomers say that there are multiple mini-moons that orbit Earth. Mini-moons are asteroids that are temporary fixtures near Earth, getting caught in the planet's gravitational pull before its eventual escape.
Life on Mars? Maybe. NASA's Curiosity rover just found ancient building blocks of life on Mars, paving the way for the search for life in Earth's closest neighbor.
Most Americans want NASA to study the climate system and asteroids heading Earth's way instead of going to Mars, the moon, or searching for life beyond. The new Pew survey reveals more about pubic opinion on space exploration.
The beginning of the end of the great Cassini.
NASA lets the public decide where JunoCam should look on the next flyby to Jupiter. The next approach will take place on Feb. 2.
Astronaut Mark Kelly shared tips to Green Bay's top player Aaron Rodgers. This might help the player to perfectly execute his Hail Mary technique.
SpaceX has finally figured out the reason for the infamous explosion - and now they're ready for takeoff once again.
NASA is currently studying a new type of material ideal for space robotic systems called Bulk Metallic Glass (BMG).
Humans only have a thousand years to find a new home, said Stephen Hawking during a speech at the Oxford University Union. According to the famous physicist, it will be very unlikely for humans to survive in the next millennium, and in order to survive, humans have to find another home.
In his speech at the Spacecom conference last November 17, the founder of commercial space habitat developer Bigelow Aerospace said, “I propose that NASA should have, beginning in fiscal year 2019, an annual budget equal to at least one percent of total yearly federal spending.”
Before being hailed as the presumptive President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has openly declared to the public that he will eliminate many policies implemented by President Barack Obama. Trump's public speeches suggest space exploration will not be neglected during his administration.
NASA is waiting to welcome President-Elect Donald Trump's transition team at the agency's headquarters to discuss the turnover and the future of NASA's space exploration programs.
With President-elect Donald Trump sitting in the White House and soon calling the shots on what’s priority or not, it’s uncertain whether we’ll see more inspiring pursuits in the realm of space exploration in the coming days.
As a known denier of man-made climate change, it is not surprising that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump wants NASA to lessen their research on Earth and climate science, making the agency focus more on deep-space exploration.