SpaceSpace includes outer space, the sun and planets in the solar system
It's hard enough to identify fossilized microbes on Earth. How would we ever recognize them on Mars?
May 2005 | By Carl Zimmer
When the first astronauts to walk on the Moon returned from their July 1969 lunar expedition, they were confined to quarters
July 2004 | By Owen Edwards
The president envisions a future human mission to Mars, but medical researchers say surviving the journey is no spacewalk
June 2004 | By Jane Ellen Stevens
From Triton's active geysers to the Sun's seething flares, newly enhanced images from U.S. and foreign space probes depict the solar system as never before
November 01, 2003 | By Michael Benson
The world's largest (maybe) 9-planet solar system model goes up along Route 1 in northern Maine
March 2003 | By Sam Hooper Samuels
December 2002 | By Terence Monmaney
It's Pluto, with its moon, Charon
March 2002 | By David Holzman
High schoolers ask: would metamorphosis aboard a space shuttle mission yield normal butterflies?
June 01, 2001 | By Julie Wakefield
His 1935 rocket was a technological tour de force, but Robert H. Goddard hid it from history.
February 2001 | By Tom D. Crouch
An intergalactic war is going on, but not the kind we used to read about in science fiction magazines
April 1998 | By John P. Wiley, Jr.
Onetime rivals are now partners. A new exhibition and an IMAX film, Mission to Mir, tell the story
August 1997 | By Michael Kernan
While Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 is history, space scientists are just beginning to piece together the details of its pyrotechnic encounter with Jupiter last July
January 1995 | By John P. Wiley jr.