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"We want to test this technique so that if and when we discover an asteroid … we have this tool in our belt and we are ready to go.”
The NASA astronaut is set to depart on her historic mission to the space station in April.
Lettuce and radishes have been successfully grown in microgravity, but now a new veggie is spicing up life on the International Space Station.
For the first time in 60 years of human spaceflight, no professional astronaut is aboard an orbit-bound rocket.
If you crave the Martian life, this could be your dream job.
The ISS lost control of its orientation for 47 minutes on Thursday, when Russia's science lab accidentally fired its thrusters after docking.
NASA is expecting “dramatic increases in flood numbers” in the nation's coastal cities.
It will be the first U.S.-led mission to the Venusian atmosphere since 1978.
Ingenuity, the first aircraft to make a powered flight on another planet, began tilting back and forth and suffered power spikes.
He was alone in the command module over the far side of the moon, completely cut off from all humanity.
An experimental device called MOXIE successfully converted some of the red planet's carbon dioxide into enough oxygen to sustain a human for 10 minutes.
The mini 4-pound copter named Ingenuity achieved the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.
After 6 months on the International Space Station, the astronaut and cosmonauts are reacclimating to gravity.
The space agency has ruled out any chance of a particularly menacing asteroid called "Apophis" smacking Earth in 2068.
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The Perseverance rover will be searching for signs of life on the Red Planet.
The rover will examine an ancient river delta called Jezero Crater for signs of bygone microscopic life.
The most advanced robotic astrobiology lab ever flown to another world is nearing the end of its seven-month, 293-million-mile journey.
As the coronavirus brought economies around the world to their knees, global climate change raged on.