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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope To Travel 1 Million Miles From...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Will Launch Into Orbit in December by Elizabeth Gamillo/Smithsonianmag.com NASA has set a luanch date for their newest, most powerful telescope. The James...

Pathfinder Led the Way to Exploration of Mars 24 Years Ago

Almost three decades ago, Americans were awed by the pitch-perfect airbag-assisted landing and the deploying of the rover Sojourner

Titan Has 1,000 Feet Deep Methane Lake

NASA’s Cassini probe flew just 600 miles above Saturn’s largest moon to gather the data

MOXIE is Needed For Trip Back From Mars

A new tool from the space agency may produce the gas, completing the next step for planning a round trip voyage

U.S., China, and United Arab Emirates All Begin Travel to Mars...

A mini-armada of landers and orbiters is about to descend on the Red Planet.

Can NASA’s ‘Artemis Accords’ Spark a U.S.-Russia Alliance?

The Artemis Accords are a new protocol that puts meat onto the bones of the 1967 Outer Space Treaty signed by 109 UN members.

Dark Side of the Moon May Get Its Own Telescope

The project hasn’t yet been greenlit, but a proposal just got major funding to explore the potential for the lunar observatory

Close But No Cigar! Two-Mile Wide Asteroid Will Skyrocket Past Earth

During its visit, the asteroid, called (52768) 1998 OR2, will remain almost 4 million miles away from Earth