SpaceKids on Space.com
Over the years, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about planets, comets, asteroids, stars, galaxies, black holes and more, often from kids and sometimes from kids-at-heart. Inside SpaceKids on SPACE.com, you’ll find some great big questions and very simple, straightforward answers about everything from the moon to Mars and beyond into our Milky Galaxy and the universe itself.
Why is space so dark despite all of the stars in the universe? — Nikhil, age 15, New Delhi
Two Black astronauts spoke to Space.com about their experiences in space and what's coming next.
After a year without people, the sky would be bluer, the air clearer. The wind and the rain would scrub clean the surface of the Earth; all the smog and dust that humans make would be gone.
The latest entry in the Zelda series features floating islands high above the lands of Hyrule. But can we find these features on Earth, or alien planets?
Space Center Houston showcases more than six decades of spaceflight history, mapping out how humanity is on the cusp of returning to the moon.
The Black History Month event Friday (Feb. 10) included astronauts, NASA directors and a discussion of why diversity matters, with high schoolers making up much of the audience.
The four-time NBA champion is reaching for space with Blue Origin's non-profit, Club for the Future.
NASA aerospace engineer Sabrina Thompson's "Girl in Space" organization is building an in-vehicle flight suit designed for women first. It will be tested in a Mars analog next year.
Explore blocky galaxies, planets and spaceships with these Minecraft space mods and builds.
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