Space

Space

Russia Just Sent This Robot, Which Can Shoot Guns, Into Space

Meet "Fyodor", which will arrive at the International Space Station on Saturday and definitely won't become self aware.
Alex Lubben
2 hours ago
Space

Micro-Animal Spill on the Moon Proves We Need Rules for Spreading Life Beyond Earth

Tardigrade mishap on the Moon sparks questions on if we should restrict unusual spacecraft payloads.
Mika McKinnon
2 days ago
Space

Astronauts Are Growing Microbes in Space to Help Us Mine Asteroids

Scientists think that bacteria can help make space mining much easier.
Maddie Stone
8.6.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

India Launches Its First Unmanned Spacecraft to the Far Side of the Moon

Stargazers in Australia are thought to have spotted the rocket as it blasted into the stratosphere.
Gavin Butler
7.23.19
Culture

50 Stellar Photos of Outer Space

For the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this weekend, Curator Jon Feinstein selected a collection of images capturing deep space fantasies.
Jon Feinstein
7.18.19
UFOS

The 'World's Biggest UFO Conference' Showed It's a Golden Age for Believers

We spoke to attendees of ‘Contact in the Desert’ about the US military’s recent acknowledgement that UFOs are maybe a thing.
Nick Rose
6.6.19
tech-science

Leaving Earth Comes with Serious Psychological Risks

The film ‘Aniara’ asks what humans are without our home world.
Becky Ferreira
5.20.19
Space

The Moon Might Be Quaking from Stress, Scientists Find

New research analyzes how the moon's surface moves, from a cooled interior to gravitational pulls.
Samantha Cole
5.14.19
Space

Jeff Bezos Is a Post-Earth Capitalist

Bezos admits that the limitless growth that made him the world's richest man is incompatible with a habitable Earth.
Caroline Haskins
5.13.19
News

All The News You Need To Read This Morning

Smoking could be non-existent in the England by the year 2030, according to health chiefs.
VICE Staff
9.20.18
Australia Today

A Giant Meteor Exploded Over Perth Last Night

The photo makes it look like the moon, but it was actually a lump of rock "airbursting” in the upper atmosphere.
Gavin Butler
8.29.18
war

How Trump's New Space Force Could Go Horribly Wrong

"An explosion in space... never really ends."
Eve Peyser
8.10.18
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