The amount of space junk around Earth has hit a 'critical density' — and it could jeopardize our space missions
"We're at what we call a 'critical density' — where there are enough large objects in space that they will collide with one another and create small debris faster than it can be removed," Kessler recently
There is only one cosmic phenomenon that could generate this seemingly red ring of fire around Earth: Thanks to this incredible animation by NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio, you can see what this
US crew are on board International Space Station as part of a year-long mission seen as vital preparation for a future mission to the red planet The book The Martian is earning high praise from space,
For the first few days in the dome, I didn't feel like we were on Mars. We weren't on Earth, exactly, either. We were in some sort of strange neither-world. Now, finally, it's beginning to feel a lot Martian.
A team of scientists in Sweden has broken open the genetic recipe for a human embryo's first three days of development, chronicling what happens in the crucial hours that follow the union of egg and sperm.
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By Marcia Dunn Buzz Aldrin is teaming up with the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne to develop “a master plan” for colonizing Mars within 25 years. The second man to walk on the moon took part
The crew includes a French astrobiologist, a German physicist and four Americans -- a pilot, an architect, a doctor/journalist and a soil scientist. They are based on a barren, northern slope of Mauna
Alan Perlstein, the 32-year-old CEO of MiraculeX, an early-stage biotech startup in Manhattan, hands me a smooth, red berry, a little smaller than an almond. “Let it coat your tongue, but don’t swallow
Peak performance experts say things like, “You should focus. You need to eliminate the distractions. Commit to one thing and become great at that thing.” This is good advice. The more I study successful