It's been 40 years since the Soviet Venera 9 spacecraft transmitted the first images of Venus' hellish landscape -- are there plans to go back?
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We should keep scientific research as unfettered as possible, but sometimes things get weird.
As several 'Star Trek' fan projects exceed funding goals, how much of the franchise's success comes from the science?
September is a perfect time to help astronomers educate the public (and themselves) about the universe.
As a suitably impressive follow-up to the new “blue marble” image of our world released in July, today NASA shared a gorgeous animation created from pictures captured by NOAA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) spacecraft.
Science is an intellectual adventure. Sometimes it is also a physical adventure.
From underwater robots to marshmallow cannons, future Nobel Prize winners show off their stuff.
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