‘Oumuamua: ‘space cigar’s’ tumble hints at violent past

Dust, meteorites, cosmic rays and everything else currently destroying the Tesla in space

Meet the BFR, SpaceX’s next big rocket

This may be the moment SpaceX opened the cosmos to the masses

NASA’s GOLD Mission Will Observe How Weather on Earth and in Space Interact

The Future of Space Engineering

How I discovered the origins of the cigar-shaped alien ‘asteroid’ ‘Oumuamua

Scientists closer to unveiling source of mysterious bursts from distant object

Russia pushing to partner with NASA on lunar gateway

Sorry sci-fi fans, real wars in space not the stuff of Hollywood

NASA Is Considering Sending a “Dragonfly” Drone to an Alien World

Who’s Out There?—Geologic Features Favoring Exolife

New Data From Mars Further Dampens Prospects for Life Around Red Dwarf Stars

Weightlessness and Its Effect on Astronauts

Deep Space and 3D Printing: What Does the Future Hold?

What NASA’s simulated missions tell us about the need for Martian law

Asgardia Becomes the First ‘Nation’ to Have All of Its Territory In Space

Astronomers just discovered a supermassive black hole from the dawn of the universe

Boost for Odds of Life? Jupiter Moon Europa May Have Plate Tectonics

So, You’re Still Interested in Astronomy?

After 37 years, Voyager 1 has fired up its trajectory thrusters

SpaceX will use the first Falcon Heavy to send a Tesla Roadster to Mars, Elon Musk says

Astronaut Blood May Not Act Weird in Space After All

With “Mission 1” complete, Planet turns focus to data analysis

Private Spacesuit Undergoes Zero-G Testing to Prepare for Commercial Flights

Who’s Out There?—Time To Get Real?

Earthquakes on Venus Could Be Detected by an Atmospheric Balloon

Why living in space may require more than new technology

Weird Science Experiments Launching to Space Station Early Saturday: Watch Live

NASA’s next big rocket probably won’t fly until 2020

How Telemedicine Keeps Astronauts Safe

NASA issues study contracts for Deep Space Gateway element

Peggy Whitson, who spent nearly 10 months in space, uses a device that evaluates ocular health. NASA

Brain Changes in Space Could Be Linked to Vision Problems in Astronauts

Space dust is stirring this star’s plasma soup

Meltwater From Glaciers May Have Flowed on Ancient Mars

Who’s Out There? The Importance of Getting Real

International Space Station

What Did It Take to Build the International Space Station?

60 years after Sputnik, Russia is lost in space

Water Ice Mystery Found at Martian Equator

Elon Musk proposes city-to-city travel by rocket, right here on Earth

Deep Space Gateway to Open Opportunities for Distant Destinations

Cassini is gone. What comes next?

NASA’s Cassini probe has broken apart in Saturn’s atmosphere — ending its 20-year journey 14

Cassini: Saturn probe to set up death plunge

How we’ll nap our way to Mars

Next-Gen Mars Rover Will Explore Potentially Habitable Regions of the Red Planet

Mysterious signals from distant galaxy spark row over whether they could be from aliens

$100 Million E.T. Hunt Spots 15 Mysterious Light Flashes

Cassini hints at young age for Saturn’s rings

So, You’re Still Interested in Astronomy: LIFE

ASA Has Big Plans for AI on Mars and Beyond

Scientists are solving the mystery of Earth’s therm

Elon Musk reveals first official photo of SpaceX space suit

This Bioengineered Yeast Can Turn Astronaut Urine Into Food and Plastic

Cassini Enters Final Phase of Its 13-Year-Long Orbit of Saturn

The Epic Journey of Both Voyager Spacecraft

NASA is about to find out if a supercomputer can survive a year in space

Tour an Astronaut Habitat for Mock Space Missions

Who’s Out There?—Problems and Hope for Life on M Dwarfs

Pack Your Microscope —Space-Based Medical Research Is Taking Off

Ex-Astronaut Offers Bold Three-Step Plan to Put Humans on Mars

The Great American Eclipse Is 2 Weeks Away. Are You Ready?


Who’s Out There?—Problems Getting Started

Finding Extraterrestrial Life May Rely on Identifying Traces Rather Than Aliens

Calm Seas on Saturn’s Moon Titan Offer a Smooth Landing for Future Missions

The surface of Mars is probably too toxic for bacteria to survive

Did Life on Earth Come From Outer Space?

Is It Time to Rethink How We Search for Alien Life?

Made in Space Talks ‘Teleporting’ and the Future of Space-Borne 3D Printing

Ten ways that astronauts are helping you stay healthy

Spooky action at a record-breaking distance

Electric-Powered Lunar Space Tug Could Facilitate Future Moon Missions

Our sun might have been born with an evil twin called “Nemesis”

Become a Citizen of the Asgardia Space Nation With 300kb of Data

Compact Fusion Rockets Could Be the Future of Interplanetary Space Missions

Comet Strikes May Have Helped Spur Life on Earth

China’s Rising Space Ambitions: The modern space race and beyond

Who’s Out There?—Weirdoes or Boring Carbon Critters?

1st Private Space Station Will Become an Off-Earth Manufacturing Hub

NASA’s GPS-Like Deep Space Navigation Experiment Set to Launch on SpaceX Rocket

NASA’s sun-kissing probe gets a hot new name

Cassini Takes Most Dangerous Saturn Ring Dive Yet

TRAPPIST-1h Orbit Suggests It Is Too Cold for Life

New Mars Rover Looks Like a Real Life Batmobile

Space Aggressors’ Train US Forces for Extraterrestrial Conflict

Who’s Out There?—Star Chips? (and required reading for students of alife and exobiology)

Cosmic rays suggest dark matter is a self-annihilating WIMP

Mars May Have Been Born in the Asteroid Belt

The Moon Is Hot and Mars Is Not (At Least in Recent Sci-Fi)

Stephen Hawking says we have 100 years to colonize a new planet—or die. Could we do it?

Elon Musk’s SpaceX plans to send the first of its 4,425 super-fast internet satellites into space in 2019

Whose is bigger? How all the Mars-bound rockets stack up

What it would actually take to get to Mars by 2020

Mysteries of Crown-like Structures on Venus’ Surface Unveiled in New Study

A warp in space-time just gave us four views of one exploding star

Astronomers Capture the First ‘Image’ of the Dark Matter That Holds the Universe Together

Who’s Out There?—Reviewing Astrobiology by David C. Catling

SpaceX Rocket Could Be 100-Percent Reusable by 2018, Elon Musk Says

Success for SpaceX ‘re-usable rocket’

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