A lake twice the volume of San Diego Bay disappeared within three days, a finding that could have implications for understanding climate change in Antarctica.
In the latest “Couch Report,” we explore what the newest branch of the American armed forces really is—and what it isn't.
The space hurricane is similar to regular hurricanes in many ways, except at much higher altitudes and raining electrons instead of water.
Two Mars orbiters have snapped gorgeous views of Perseverance, and its various landing components, in their new home on Mars.
Tatiana Podladchikova, a space weather expert, talks to VICE about the biggest space storms in history, and how to protect our civilization from the Sun’s bad moods.
A 2013 report, newly unearthed under access to information laws, shows how GPS is vulnerable to disruption.
Kenneth Harris II, who has worked on everything from space security to next-generation observatories, was inspired to pursue a career in spaceflight by his father.
The General Catalog of Artificial Space Objects is the most complete catalog of satellites, spacecraft, debris, space organizations, and launches, ever compiled. Its creator, astronomer Jonathan McDowell, put it online for anyone to use, for free.
New high-resolution satellites, AIs, and data tools are going to let us study Earth, and ourselves, in greater detail than ever before. That's going to come with "unthinkable" problems.
The Milky Way's edges are warping and distorting in strange ways. A new study suggests the latest possible answer: another galaxy is messing with us.
Burning up satellite parts in laboratories could help reduce the amount of space debris that impacts Earth.