A new report on Mars One casts doubt on the outfit’s heady plans for colonizing space.
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The comet landing tomorrow will be a defining event for space exploration and for our species. Stay tuned to the live streams to ensure you don’t miss a second of coverage.
When science and art collaborate, we all benefit. Fire up your imagination with these creative presentations of science.
Andy Weir invites us into a world where bottomless ingenuity, basic NASA provisions and copious amounts of duct tape are all you need to survive a death sentence on Mars.
This week’s discovery at the South Pole has allowed us to plumb the depths of time and learn more about the universe’s origins than ever before.
Plait’s book, his first, is an exercise in clear thinking fused with good science, necessities surely foreign to the moon landing deniers.
This exoplanet’s chemistry has proven to be unique from anything we’ve seen before, its rocky layers composed largely of pure diamond.