Eleven-year-old Venetia Burney was eating breakfast at her home in Oxford, England, on the morning of March 14, 1930, when her grandfather delivered some exciting news.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is searching for potential spacesuit materials that would best protect future lunar astronauts from the inhospitable conditions of the moon.
A Canadian Space Agency astronaut has deployed for the first time a new "smart" jersey designed to monitor real-time changes in its wearer's physiology without disrupting the flow of daily activity.
What do you do when you're a self-described "fierce fan" of famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson? Write a children's book about him, of course.
Three new projects to improve the efficiency and sustainability of cotton farming on Earth will soon head to space.
Like any able new father, Oliver Jeffers decided to give his infant son, Harland, a primer on the strange new reality of life on Earth.
Researchers from Florida Polytechnic University are developing a "happy suit" that they claim will protect astronauts from the psychologically harrowing effects of space travel.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has given the world a belated Christmas gift: a stunning view of Saturn's Enceladus moon silhouetted against the planet's glistening rings.
NASA's Parker Solar Probe recently passed an important prelaunch test of its solar panels with flying colors.
Buzz Aldrin, the second person to walk on the moon, has launched a "Mission to Mars" fashion line with Sprayground to help you dress for the Red Planet.
Dark side or light side? First Order or the Resistance? The eyes have it with a new line of "Star Wars" makeup from Cargo Cosmetics.
While it's true that we're made of star stuff, it would perhaps be more accurate to say that the universe is composed of numbers.
Clothes have always maketh the man, especially when that "man" is an enigmatic Time Lord with the power to traverse dimensions and raise himself from the dead.
A competition designed to bring cotton farming aboard the International Space Station (ISS) is now officially open for entries.
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