NASA is working on a low-tech solution to the problem of clothing its astronauts and others living aboard the International Space Station. Continue reading →
A strange geometric shape observed on a faraway world. Haven't we seen this movie before? Thankfully, it turns out the shape is likely a product of nature and not the ghost of Stanley Kubrick. Ian O'Neill explains.
The recent discovery of gravitational waves present in cosmic microwave background radiation -- posited as evidence of the big bang -- has been called into question by, of all things, dust that needs to be accounted for.
What happens if you're on a space mission and something goes seriously haywire with your health and there's no Dr. House to solve the case? Trace discusses the problems involved when astronauts need an E.R.
Enjoy some of the most inspiring, beautiful and down-right stunning photos from our adventures in space this past week.
It's not all crazy spacewalks and hard astronaut labor up on the International Space Station. They can tune into the World Cup, same as us -- well with a bit of special attention from down here.
NASA's next Curiosity-class rover blends old and new approaches to innovative tech.
Trace attended the World Science Festival in New York and learned that a comet had struck Brooklyn. Well, not a real comet, but it was a really nice facsimile.
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