As satellites orbiting Earth have observed, as coronavirus has progressed, there has been less air pollution over Italy and lowered nitrogen-dioxide emissions over China.
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Washing your hands with soap and water is a critical measure to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria that can make us sick.
Elon Musk offered to manufacture breathing machines for sufferers of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
for decades, astronauts have been quarantined to ensure that they were virus-free and ready to fly (or, in the case of Apollo, to make sure they didn't bring home any "moon bugs.")
Slooh astronomers will livestream a free astronomy lesson on Thursday (March 19) for K-12 students who are homebound during the coronavirus pandemic.
Astronauts are experts on social isolation and quarantines. Here are their tips for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a global network of telescopes to cancel its annual observations of black holes, which last spring published the first ever image of such an object.
As a frightening pandemic sweeps across the globe, it is becoming ever clearer that every aspect of life will be affected by it, even the study of what lies beyond Earth.
Like many of the rest of us, NASA employees are now working from home in a bid to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
If the coronavirus pandemic has you stuck at home and yearning for some space exploration, here are some free space projects and activities to keep you occupied.
The animated TV series "Space Racers" has shared educational content for students during school closures amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Launches from Europe's chief spaceport, the Guiana Space Center, have been suspended indefinitely because of the COVID-19 outbreak, European officials announced today (March 16).
NASA chief Jim Bridenstine has urged all space agency employees who can work from home to do so due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Many of the NASA visitor centers and space museums located across the U.S. have now temporarily closed in support of the effort to contain the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The procedure to ensure that astronauts don't bring an illness to the International Space Station is under evaluation as NASA enacts tactics to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
An earlier swap of the two Russian cosmonauts on the crew should pose no issues, but concerns surrounding coronavirus will likely alter the preflight quarantine.