The twin Voyager probes continue to help us examine our place among the stars. The Voyager 2 spacecraft spent more than four decades surfing the solar wind away from the sun and out into the galaxy. Then,
This year marked the fiftieth anniversary of the first time people set foot on Earth's moon. Half a century later, we're still captivated by the details of that event, from the mysteries that still remain
The spacecraft completely changed our view of Saturn and her moons One of NASA's greatest spacecraft will call it quits on September 15, 2017. The Cassini spacecraft has made countless discoveries during
John Bisney and J. L. Pickering's latest, "Moonshots & Snapshots of Project Apollo," is a stunning look at the Apollo program. This follow up book to "Spaceshots & Snapshots of Projects Mercury & Gemini"
On July 20, 1969 our species took its first steps on an alien world. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, here are a few facts you might not find in a history textbook. If like
In 1964, high school dropout Ky Michaelson strapped rockets to a motorcycle and successfully rode it down a speedway. Next, he added rockets to a snowmobile and raced it across his frozen home state of
The Rogallo wing was NASA's multi-million dollar 1960s attempt to stop ending its missions with splashdowns. It didn't work. Images of round-bottomed capsules hanging beneath huge orange and white parachutes
One small step for a man and his camera, one giant leap for photography. Sixty years ago NACA (the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) officially became NASA (the National Aeronautics and Space
"Earthrise" is arguably the most famous family portrait on the planet—a snapshot of all of us together, captured by Apollo 8 astronauts on Christmas Eve, 1968. Bill Anders had snapped the pic during the
Apollo 10 heard eerie music around the Moon, but it's really not too mysterious. One hundred and two hours and 12 minutes after leaving the Earth, the crew of Apollo 10 was on the far side of the Moon.
Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving recently closed the book on his dalliance with promoting flat-Earthism (Earth is still round, by the way!) but perhaps he unwittingly started a new and unwelcome