“We found a central part of Valles Marineris to be packed full of water–far more water than we expected,” said one study co-author.
Timo Prusti of the European Space Agency talks to Motherboard about the Gaia mission’s unprecedented catalog of more than one billion astronomical objects.
Scientists discovered tectonic motion on our sister planet in observations from a spacecraft that died there decades ago.
Scientists have long dreamed of sending Martian rocks back to Earth. NASA’s new rover is about to kick off the decade-long process.
Tabloids and UFO enthusiasts have had a field day speculating about the strange photo, but the answer lies in the difficulty of sending data from space.
The company will instead focus on attending “hundreds” of other events.
The space agencies of the US, Europe, Russia, and China are all launching rovers to Mars next year.
ClearSpace-1 will use a "Pac-Man system" to capture an abandoned rocket part, which may lead to a new market for commercial services in orbit.
The first-ever collision between artificial satellites changed how the world looked at space. Now, low-Earth orbit is about to get a lot more crowded.
In a world where personal data can be used as a weapon by harassers and hackers, the risk of attending E3 has gone way up.
Companies such as Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft are committing to reforming practices around paid lootboxes, the Entertainment Software Association says.
The unique study by NASA, the ESA, and the German Aerospace Center will test the effects of artificial gravity on the bodies of astronauts in space.