Let the lunar lobbying begin.
Future telescopes may be able to tell how smooth or rugged alien landscapes are.
Avoiding obstacles is still a tricky business for autonomous aircraft.
Astronomers struggle with how to handle announcements (or non-announcements) about extraterrestrial contact.
Candy lovers aim for new heights.
A new NASA office pledges to save humans from the fate of the dinosaurs.
The ISS4Mars project would help astronauts get ready to venture farther from home.
Walter Kuehnegger has been researching lunar locomotion for more than half a century.
Kestrel Eye will demonstrate the usefulness of small imaging satellites for battlefield commanders.
That’s the ambitious goal of a proposed Finnish nanosat mission.
Quantum computers may have other benefits for space exploration, however.
When the nearest dumpster is 250 miles away, recycling becomes a necessity.
Groups small and large set their sights on our neighboring star system.
How to speed up the search for new worlds? Gamify it!
Robot researchers have created a lightweight, agile drone that mimics one of nature’s greatest fliers.
The cost is still a problem, though.
Space doctors hope the “Astroskin” can replace some of those messy wires and electrodes.
Aerospace exhibits for the iPad generation.
With its 40 multispectral eyes, the Ceres spacecraft enters a crowded market.
Solar panels for the outer solar system.
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