It’s finally time to put this myth to rest.
A trifecta consisting of a lunar probe, lander, and rover will be deployed for this purpose.
It’s not exactly accurate, but it’s a dazzling display.
It must have looked like a weird sight from Earth’s vantage point.
You can’t get any more lunar than this without leaving the planet.
There’s less water than in Earth’s driest deserts. But that’s still a lot more than we used to hope.
The findings have big implications for future missions to the moon.
On Io, the floor is basically lava.
The two are already collaborating on important science projects.
Our humble satellite just got a heck of a lot more interesting.
This is the first company to travel to the Moon and explore its potential for resources.
It doesn’t answer everything — but it’s a good point to start from.
Jules Verne is often considered the father of science fiction, and his unique style is known throughout the world, as he is the second translated author after Agatha Christie. He wrote about space, projectiles, underwater travel and air before any real scientific progress in the field. Even today, scientists are amazed of how well he predicted certain things; but he
Moon Express is going to the Moon — if we can solve the paperwork.
Not much bigger than an apartment building, 2016 HO3 has been confirmed as Earth’s newest satellite.
A research team discovered two geologically young craters — one 16 million, the other between 75 and 420 million, years old — in the Moon’s darkest regions.
A few years ago, the Cassini spacecraft made a surprising discovery: there are geysers erupting on Saturn’s moon Enceladus, spewing water and ice to great heights. However, the process which causes these geysers remained unknown or controversial. Now, scientists at the University of Chicago and Princeton University have pinpointed a mechanism through which Saturn’s tidal forces exert constant stress and cause
Researchers studying the Moon’s ice have found evidence that Earth’s moon wandered off its original axis roughly 3 billion years ago. This would mean that our satellite is in a select group of wanderers, alongside only few other planetary bodies. Planetary scientist Matt Siegler at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, and colleagues were examining NASA data regarding lunar polar hydrogen. The hydrogen was
Well, technically if you’re not a space pirate, you’ll be prosecuted by the laws governing your home country. On the International Space Station, that’s another story.