This brings Euclid one step closer to mapping our universe's dark matter and dark energy, two elusive aspects of the realm we live in.
Researchers are developing a real-life tractor beam, with the goal of pulling defunct satellites out of geostationary orbit to alleviate the space junk problem.
Researchers at Brandeis University in Massachusetts are developing wearable devices which vibrate to help astronauts fight against getting lost in space.
Microgravity 3D printing using a precious mineral abundant on the moon could help astronauts build on-demand supplies, shield themselves from UV radiation and even refine water, new study shows.
Sponsored With a focus on green space propulsion technologies, Łukasiewicz – Institute of Aviation unveils its brand new Rocket and Satellite Propulsion Laboratory Center.
China's Shenzhou 16 astronauts have been growing vegetables aboard the Tiangong space station, as part of plans for future deep space exploration.
Scientists have created the world's first nanophotonic electron accelerator, which speeds negatively charged particles with mini laser pulses and is small enough to fit on a coin.
On Nov. 5, SpaceX will send a clutch of science experiments to the space station investigating a range of topics, from high-speed laser communications, to rolling atmospheric waves on Earth.
Testing for NASA's Dragonfly mission is underway as engineers get the aerial rotorcraft ready for its anticipated 2027 departure to explore Saturn's moon, Titan.
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