NASA's Dawn spacecraft is getting humanity's best view yet of the tiny survivor from the solar system's earliest days. See what we know about the dwarf planet Ceres in this our infographic.
Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2015. See the basic facts of Einstein's relativity in our infographic here.
Ceres, orbiting between Mars and Jupiter, has almost no gravity, warmth or atmosphere.
Mars would not be an easy home for human colonists. See how its lower gravity, thin atmosphere and lack of a magnetic field could make it challenging for a colonist in this Space.com infographic.
Life on the moon would be very different for explorers than life on Earth. See how in this Space.com infographic.
ESA's tiny suborbital testbed vehicle could pave the way for later orbital space planes.
Crushing atmospheric pressure and temperatures of hundreds of degrees make survival on Venus rather challenging. Find out why in our infographic.
Conditions on the planet Mercury would make living there a challenge. See what the days and nights might be like on the closest planet to the sun in our infographic.
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