A never-ending detonation could be the key to hypersonic flight and space planes that can seamlessly fly from Earth into orbit.
The high-tech EDEN ISS Martian greenhouse in Antarctica has produced an abundant harvest of vegetables, proving the technology might be on track for deployment on the moon in the next decade.
What conditions could lead to clashes in space? Is such a situation a given, or can conflicts be short-circuited ahead of time? Space.com asked experts for their thoughts.
Researchers say the new network will be unhackable and able to coordinate systems to unprecedented levels. Many of the deeper implications, however, cannot be foreseen.
Ingenuity made its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), cruising to a new patch of ground on its first one-way trip on the Red Planet.
NASA's Perseverance rover captured the whirring of Ingenuity's fast-spinning rotors during the little chopper's fourth Red Planet flight, which took place on April 30.
Ingenuity is scheduled to make its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), a jaunt that will be unlike anything the 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper has attempted so far.
Xilinx's radiation-resistant integrated circuits help power cameras and instruments on NASA's Perseverance rover.
Space Mysteries: Did an unidentified flying object really crash land at a New Mexico ranch in 1947, only to be hushed up by the government?
An animatronic "Baby Yoda" toy from Hasbro will blast into stores during the fall to use the Force and eat snacks.
Ingenuity aced its fourth-ever Martian flight this morning (April 30), going farther and faster than it ever had before.
Stratolaunch's Roc carrier plane, which is being groomed to haul hypersonic vehicles aloft, conducted its second-ever test flight this morning (April 29).
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity was supposed to get a real workout this morning (April 29), but things didn't go as planned.
After three successful test flights, NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity is ready to push the envelope in the skies of the Red Planet.
An AI-driven space debris-dodging system could soon replace expert teams dealing with growing numbers of orbital collision threats in the increasingly cluttered near-Earth environment.
In 1994, physicist Miguel Alcubierre proposed a radical technology that would allow faster than light travel.
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity broke new ground during its latest Red Planet flight, as video of the sortie shows.
Ingenuity aced its third-ever Martian flight early this morning (April 25), adding to its already impressive resume.