On March 17, a space rock the size of a basketball slammed into the lunar surface at a speed of 56,000 miles per hour, creating a new crater around 20 meters wide. Continue reading →
Even though Apollo 13 never landed on the moon, the upper stage of it's Saturn V rocket did. Continue reading →
Humanity has taken many pot-shots at the moon, but what would extraterrestrials gain by destroying our planet's only natural satellite? Continue reading →
Flags at the Olympics may come and go, but there's one U.S. record that remains unchallenged.
I love a good deceptive or exploitative headline, especially when they cover space exploration. Because let's face it, as fascinating as the search for exoplanets and water on Mars may be to you and me, the average reader out there needs a little push to get them involved in the story. So the ...
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