Habits are extremely powerful. Think about the most basic things you do every day, such as your morning and nighttime routines. These aren't even things you think about, you just do them because you've
China appears to be planning a space mission to a place no nation has ever been — the far side of the moon. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) currently plans to launch Chang'e 4, a craft will
It’s not a conspiracy theory. NASA is on the lookout for alien life, and here are the top places where they’re searching On Tuesday, NASA revealed the nine tools it will use on its 2020s mission to assess
The James Webb Space Telescope promises to see in new ways, and even further back in time. On this day 25 years ago, the Hubble Space Telescope hitched a ride to low-Earth orbit aboard space shuttle Discovery.
What does it take to be successful as an entrepreneur? It’s a frequently asked question. Common answers are passion, smarts, audacity—not to mention the ability to work 70-hour weeks with no end in sight.
The jetpacks of the future look a lot like quadcopters When is a drone not exactly a drone? The new VertiPod, made by AirBuoyant, is an awkward answer to this modern paradox. It’s a remotely piloted quadcopter
Nasa's Curiosity rover has found that water can exist as a liquid near the Martian surface. Mars should be too cold to support liquid water at the surface, but salts in the soil lower its freezing point
(AP) A museum can be worth as much as an oil field, provided there is someone willing to buy looted and smuggled art Noah Charney April 12, 2015 11:00am (UTC) The term “tomb raider” brings to mind a scantily
If you are impressed by movies such as Gravity or Interstellar, then you will enjoy watching this. During spacewalks conducted early in 2015 on the International Space Station (ISS) Nasa attached two cameras
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The two biggest things people search for are simple: the desire to be happy and the desire to feel satisfied with life. To attain these goals
Space When will humans get to Mars? What path should they take? And can we afford the trip? These questions have been percolating since Project Apollo, but they're coming into sharper focus — partly because
They’ve hijacked the Russian prime minister’s Twitter account and attacked the political elite. But they’re also guns-for-hire, collecting private information for a fee. Daniil Turovsky went to Bangkok