Studying unusual processes of how ice accumulates below ice shelves here on Earth could hold lessons for the exploration and habitability of Jupiter's moon Europa.
Listen live today: NASA talks moon science aboard Artemis 1 @ 5 p.m. EDT
A panel of scientists with NASA and partner institutions will describe the cubesat payloads aboard Artemis 1 that will study the moon and its history. Read more>
L3Harris Technologies asked Maxar to produce the satellites for the second stage of the Space Development Agency's missile-tracking constellation.
At 'supercriticality,' the difference between the liquid and gas phases of a material seems to disappear. New research finds that this weird tipping point may be simpler than scientists thought.
Dark energy could be caused by pressure from giant voids of nothingness that may be flinging the universe apart.
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Perseverance Mars rover is gathering up samples of Martian rock and soil that could help tease out an answer concerning past life on Mars.
NASA's car-sized Perseverance Mars rover drilled out and sealed up its 12th rock sample on Wednesday (Aug. 3), its fourth such operation in less than a month.
The ringed planet Saturn is often hailed as the jewel of the solar system and you have a chance to see why in a free webcast tonight.
An interview with British sound designer Johnnie Burn on his masterful work for the sci-fi film "Nope."
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