Called TOI 700 e, the planet could be capable of housing liquid water on its surface, as the world closely orbits a nearby star. (Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Robert Hurt/NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center)
A Hubble Space Telescope image shows the scattered and chaotic population of stars in a globular cluster located 31,000 light-years from Earth.
SpaceX is set to launch a commercial communications satellite for the Spanish company Hispasat on Sunday evening.
- The Conversation
Chinese spy balloon over the US: An aerospace expert explains how the balloons work and what they can see
A Chinese surveillance balloon in U.S. airspace before it was shot down by the U.S. military. Peter Zay/Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesThe U.S. military shot down what U.S. officials called a Chinese surveillance balloon off the coast of South Carolina on Feb. 4, 2023. Officials said that the U.S. Navy planned to recover the debris, which is in shallow water. The U.S. and Canada tracked the balloon as it crossed the Aleutian Islands, passed over Western Canada and entered U.S. airspace over Idah
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The weather outside is frightful, though the full moon in Leo will be anything but.
- Florida Today
Weather forecasters are projecting iffy conditions for SpaceX's next launch of a communications satellite from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
- Miami Herald
A bad throw by an ancient hunter reveals how the first Americans lived nearly 14,000 years ago.
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SpaceX tested its Super Heavy Booster prototype in July at its facility in Boca Chica, Texas, but it ended in an unexpected explosion.
The stratospheric rise of Elon Musk’s SpaceX’s masks growing turbulence for space startups: ‘We’re going to see some of that get wiped out’
As Musk's SpaceX soars to new heights this year, space startups may struggle to keep the lights on.
- Yoga Journal
It's a week of stepping forward into greater alignment with the full Moon culminating in change and Mercury inviting liberation of the mind when it transits into Aquarius. There is healing available as we connect with this full Moon, healing that comes from saying yes to the self, to our inner worth, and releasing anything that does not match up to that worth.
The discovery of Stone Age homes is helping experts understand Foyle valley's early settlers.
Do full-fledged quantum computers already exist, or will it be a decade before they come into being? Will they have to be the size of a football field? A data center cabinet? A microwave oven? It seems as if the more you talk to computer scientists involved in the quantum computing quest, the less certain the answers become. It’s the flip side of the classic case of Schrödinger’s Cat, which is both dead and alive until you open the box: Quantum computers could be regarded as already alive, or no
- Women's Health
Scientists are reincarnating the woolly mammoth to return in 4 years. See how they're bringing the ancient beast back from extinction.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket notched its 200th successful orbital mission on Thursday (Feb. 2), and the company marked the milestone by sharing some stunning photos of the spaceflight action.
The island was destroyed by the same volcano that formed it seven years before.
The world’s largest airplane, the Antonov An225 Mriya, was born in the Soviet Union in 1988. It measured 275 feet long and weighed nearly 420,000 pounds, designed to piggyback the USSR’s Buran space shuttle much the same way NASA plopped its shuttles on top of a modified 747. After the fall of the Iron Curtain, the world’s only Mriya was used for heavy air transport all around the world. It was destroyed last year, a casualty of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But now, it flies again — in Microsof
How astronaut diversity changed for the better in a single NASA class recounted in 'The New Guys' book
Thirty-five new astronauts joined the corps in 1978, among them women and people of color who reshaped the agency forever, a new book shows.
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A 300 million-year-old fossilized fish has the world's 'oldest preserved vertebrate brain.' It offers new clues about evolutionary history, say scientists.
The ancient fish, distantly related to the salmon and goldfish, was found in a coal mine in England more than a century ago.
The Space Foundation is recognizing the United States Postal Service (USPS) and its 75 years of space-themed postage with the Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award.
Thirty-year-old model Mary Magdalene crowned herself the "Uniboob Queen" after her implant exploded. She said she is now going back to the "natural" look.