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In "Delta-v" (Dutton, 2019) by Daniel Suarez, out today (April 23), an unpredictable billionaire recruits an adventurous cave diver to join the first-ever effort to mine an asteroid.
Four years after he orbited the moon alone during humanity's first lunar landing mission, Michael Collins brought everyone back on Earth along for the ride.
A detail on the front of author James Donovan's latest release, "Shoot for the Moon," is likely to attract the interest of space history enthusiasts: the endorsement of astronaut Michael Collins.
The most dangerous thing in space exploration is the humans that do the exploring — right up until it isn't.
The technological utopias of science fiction may still be centuries away, but building the culture of that future starts now.
This excerpt from Chapter 16 of Rod Pyle's new book "Interplanetary Robots" details the history of the probes that have braved the crushing pressure and fearsome heat of the planet Venus.
After just two weeks in space, it looks like rookie Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques is feeling really comfortable in microgravity.
With the space-tourism industry getting ready to take flight, aspiring space adventurers will soon be able to purchase tickets to low Earth orbit and beyond.
In the opening pages of Mary Robinette Kowal's novel, "The Calculating Stars," an asteroid slams into the ocean near Washington, D.C., wiping out the federal government of 1952.
In Kim Stanley Robinson's new novel, "Red Moon" (Orbit, 2018), readers launch 30 years into the future and follow the lives of humans living and working on the moon.
In his final book, released Oct. 16, Stephen Hawking tackles big questions about the universe, delving into physics, cosmology, the existence of God and the future direction of humanity.
In "I Am Neil Armstrong," a new children's book detailing Armstrong's life, author Brad Meltzer shows readers how an eager young tree climber got all the way to the moon.
"Explorer Academy," a new seven-book book series from National Geographic, combines real-life science and exploration with fiction to captivate young audiences looking for adventure.
20th Century Fox has chosen movie writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet to adapt Andy Weir's "Artemis," an action-packed crime caper set on an isolated moon base.
We've scanned the schedule and pulled out the can't-miss panels and screenings that space lovers should make their top priority for Comic-Con International in San Diego from July 19 to 22.