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The test chamber will enable scientists to test technologies and structures on Earth before sending them to the moon.
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Work for the James Webb Space Telescope is just beginning after was successfully deployed on Jan. 8.
From a Christmas launch to a tricky deployment, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is now successfully deployed and scientists are thrilled.
North Korea claims that it conducted a successful test of a new hypersonic vehicle on Wednesday (Jan. 5).
The 4-pound (1.8 kilograms) Ingenuity's next Mars sortie will take place as early as Friday (Jan. 7). The little chopper will cruise over a ridge and onto a plateau.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) want to engineer a new kind of hovering spacecraft that can operate without air.
Even as commercial spaceflight company Axiom Space prepares to launch the first fully private crew to the space station early next year, its engineers are also developing in-house spacesuits.
The artificial intelligence (AI) program DeepMind has gotten closer to proving a math conjecture that's bedeviled mathematicians for decades.
"You look down you see planet Earth, you look around, you see the gigantic space station and the astronauts — there's something vertiginous about it."
The James Webb Space Telescope, the most complex and expensive space observatory ever built, has pushed engineers and technologies to their limits. And the thrill will continue even after launch.
Ingenuity has now spent nearly 33 minutes aloft in the Martian air and visited 10 different Red Planet airfields.