The Donald Trump administration called on NASA early last year to reorganise its exploration program to send humans to the moon by 2024 and to Mars in the next decade, accelerating a previous timeline and increasing its 2020 budget by $1.6 billion.
With Solar Orbiter, scientists will for the first time get a good view of the top and bottom of the sun.
NASA has yet to decide whether Boeing should conduct another test flight without a crew, before putting astronauts on board. Just in case, Boeing reported last week that it took a $410 million charge in its fourth-quarter earnings, to cover a possible mission repeat.
The previous record of 17.5 degrees Celsius was set in March 2015.
A senior molecular biologist, Mande has worked extensively on tuberculosis. He presented his work on Friday, saying even though TB was a dreadful disease, timely diagnosis and proper treatment can cure it.
Scientists from the British-led Nekton Mission plan to survey wildlife and gauge the effects of climate change in the unexplored area.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch wrapped up a 328-day mission after her first flight into space, providing researchers the opportunity to observe the effects of long-duration spaceflight on a woman.
Platypuses are difficult to catch; they are fast, slippery swimmers and desperately shy. The males also have a sharp, venomous spur behind one of their hind feet.
New findings published in the journal Geology last week revealed that cyanobacteria — blue-green algae responsible for harmful toxic blooms — moved into the crater a few years after the impact.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch is set to return to Earth tomorrow after setting the record of longest single spaceflight by a woman.
Researchers from University of California explain how a new kind of thermoradiative cell could design an anti-solar panel to generate power at night.
The ancestors of humans and Neanderthals lived about 600,000 years ago in Africa. The Neanderthal lineage left the continent; the fossils of what we describe as Neanderthals range from 200,000 years to 40,000 years in age, and are found in Europe, the Near East and Siberia.
Since it launched on August 25, 2003, Spitzer has provided unique contributions to science. It gave us new views of distant galaxies, newborn stars and exoplanets, as well as of asteroids, comets and other objects in our solar system
A company Tethers Unlimited has made the Terminator Tape that can pull down dead satellites, in order to clear up the space debris.
Researchers have successfully opened the cover of CHEOPS satellite on January 29, 2020, and it is now being tested for precision and the first images are being produced.
The $2 billion spectrometer — the International Space Station's premier science instrument — has now measured 152 billion charged cosmic rays in its hunt for elusive antimatter and dark matter.
NSF’s Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope has clicked its first picture that shows 'unprecedented' details of the surface of Sun.
The new study takes a fresh look at interpreting how these micrometeorites interacted with the atmosphere, 2.7 billion years ago.
NASA's International Space Station (ISS) could soon have its first independent habitable commercial modules. The space station port and its utilities will be made available for the industry for commercial activities.
The species belongs to the allosauroids, a group of small to large-bodied, two-legged carnivorous dinosaurs that lived during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.