NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has done it again, soaring successfully on its 22nd Red Planet flight.
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Aquarian Space aims to provide internet project to connect the Earth, moon and potentially Mars with broadband.
Modular moon rovers could reduce the costs of surface lunar exploration and, potentially, human Mars excursions, a California-based space-tech startup envisions.
Ingenuity now has clearance to continue flying until at least September, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced today (March 15).
An Earthbound experiment is replicating the extreme heat found in galaxy clusters located in deep space using nearly 200 lasers.
To find features like groundwater under Earth's surface — or under the surface of another world — scientists can sense the subtle marks those features leave in the planet's gravitational field.
Officials at SpaceX worked for six weeks to bring Starlink satellite internet service to Ukraine ahead of a government request from that country.
Rocket Lab will build its next-generation Neutron launcher in Virginia, at a site adjacent to the company's coastal U.S. launch pad.
Miniature spaceships the size of cellphones could fly across the solar system using sails propelled by lasers, reaching distant destinations on very reasonable timescales.
On Friday (Feb. 25), Ingenuity notched yet another milestone, this one of the round-number variety — its 20th Martian sortie.
The biggest airplane ever built, Stratolaunch's Roc carrier aircraft, just aced its fourth test flight.
Engineers can take advantage of on-site equipment before returning the plane to California, the agency says.
The secret behind a record-breaking nuclear fusion experiment that spit out 10 quadrillion watts of power in a split second has been revealed.
A year after arriving on the Red Planet, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter continues to push the limits of off-Earth flight.