[Read all Times reporting on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. | Sign up for the weekly Science Times email.] When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin visited the moon 50 years ago, they roughly
Back then, in the ’60s , rocket scientists were the badass dudes of innovation. Just the title was about the highest brainiac accolade that could be conferred. As in, he’s smart, but he’s no rocket scientist.
Armstrong was calm and confident. He had no ego. Aldrin desperately wanted the honour and wasn't quiet about it It was 1969. The last year for President Kennedy’s pledge to land a man on the moon and him
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy‘s love of outer space was sparked over 20 years ago while exploring the solar system through his father’s telescope. A few years ago, after finding a free telescope on
Exactly When You Can See A 100% Red Moon During Sunday's 'Super Wolf Blood Moon' Total Lunar Eclipse
The "best positioned total lunar eclipse for years" is coing on Sunday for North America, early Monday for Western Europe. On Sunday evening after dark North America will witness its third, best and total
I write about the ocean, climate change, and the future of our planet. A woman stands alone before a large tidal wave coming on to the beach. The oceans have been warming intensely for the past several