Scientists say it's just a coincidence. Sure it is.
Europa is absolutely covered with the stuff.
The country has ambitious plans for the next decade in space. They all start with Chandrayaan-2.
The most mysterious stuff in the universe could hold the very key to understanding it.
These female pioneers broke barriers to study the great unknown.
They're called 'O'Neill Colonies,' and Amazon's Jeff Bezos wants them to be humanity's new home.
A picture that's worth a thousands "whoas."
A group of scientists have disproved Stephen Hawking's proposed explanation for mysterious dark matter.
NASA's directive to put astronauts on the moon has some experts sensing doom for the long-planned Gateway project—here’s why it could be a blessing in disguise.
In space, no one can hear you call for IT support.
A new recovery vessel puts a 21st century spin on the Apollo-era return from space.
The SpaceX CEO on food, fuel, and the risk of vaporization.
More than 40 years in the making, the Saturn V rocket was born out of the bloodiest war in history but grew up to become humanity's crowning engineering achievement.
"No! No! No! They don't mean the shuttle! They don't mean the shuttle!"
Musk tweeted in January that the rocket formerly known as BFR would be built of stainless rather than carbon fiber. In this exclusive interview, he tells PM Editor in Chief Ryan D'Agostino why.
There are risks to the stunning progress being made by the private U.S. space industry. Experts chime in on what to worry about.
Crewed missions, launched by private companies, will be seen as an American achievement. But really, it's a global one.
After years of neglect, two refurbished Mission Control consoles debut in anticipation of Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary.
The Tesla and SpaceX maestro is under attack for bad tweets, production woes, and strange behavior. But we need people who take risks. We need people who try.
Did the continents spread apart because the planet itself is expanding? No, but a lot of good scientists used to think so.
The knuckle-biting story of the first lunar landing from the people who were there.
This explosive, fiery display only lasts for a few seconds, so you better come prepared.
After a millennia of wondering, humanity can finally search out intelligent alien life—and SETI is leading the charge.
Everyone remembers the 185-pound silver satellite that kickstarted the space race, but what about the rocket that got it there?