SpaceX is aiming to resume flights in November following a launch pad fire that destroyed a Falcon 9 rocket and an Israeli communications satellite, it was due to lift into orbit, the company’s president said on Tuesday.
The Chevrolet Bolt, General Motors' Tesla-fighting electric hatchback for the masses, will be able to go 238 miles (383 kilometers) on a single charge. The car beats the base rear-wheel-drive Tesla Model S, which can go 210 miles (336 kilometers) per charge but costs about $28,500 more.
New research suggests that lunar soil, particularly in the dark and cold regions of the Moon, can accumulate charged particles and generate mini sparks. But how are they affecting the lunar surface?
A new research from the University of Tokyo has suggested a correlation between recent big earthquakes and periods of high tidal stress changes, occurring during new or full Moon.
Blue Origin's new giant rocket known as New Glenn will blast people off to space and launch satellites by the end of the decade.
A new study has challenged the widely accepted Giant-Impact Hypothesis. Based on the chemical composition of the Moon, the study supports the fact that there was a much more violent explosion than we earlier thought.
Ex NASA Astronaut Dr. Leroy Chiao believes the discovery of exoplanets orbiting within their parent stars' habitable zone is helping humanity's search for extraterrestrial life. But will we ever meet our galactic neighbors, if there are any?
Scientists found the stromatolites, which are considered the oldest fossils on Earth, that could also lead to search life on Mars.
Earlier the scientists didn't actually know what the exoplanets looked like but thanks to a new technique based on adaptive optics system, we may now be able to spot planets much farther from our solar system.
Unless artificial Van Allen electromagnetic belts are created as shields, violent solar storms could destroy the internet and power grids, leading to absolute mayhem globally.
The European Space Agency's Rosetta probe has been surveying Comet 67P (or Churyumov-Gerasimenko) for the past 12 years, and on September 30th it will crash into the space rock and end its mission.
Now you can go on a spacewalk sitting on your own personal computer at home. All you need to do is click on the 360-degree virtual spacewalk video on Nasa's Youtube channel. A V.R. Headset and an internet connection are needed to enjoy the walk.