What Baby Stars and Meteorites Can Tell Us About Our Solar System’s Past
Rachel Smith studies the birth of stars to better understand the origins of life on Earth, and perhaps elsewhere in the universe.
The Telescopes of the Future Might Assemble Themselves in Space
The scientist behind the Modular Active Self-Assembling Space Telescope Swarm wants to make space telescopes less risky and more productive.
NASA's New Tool 'Scout' Spotted an Asteroid That Will Miss Earth by 300K Miles
A computer program being tested by NASA has identified an asteroid headed towards Earth, but estimates it will miss the planet by a couple hundred thousand miles.