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Speedy Mars Moon Zips Around Red Planet in Amazing NASA Video
SPACE.COM Phobos makes haste in a new Hubble NASA video, as the telescope caught the small Martian moon twinkling against the black cosmic canvas in a speedy... 3 hours
The Weirdest Aliens of 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets'
SPACE.COM Thousands of bizarre alien species coexist in one giant alien megastrucure in the new science-fiction action film, "Valerian and the City of a Thousand... 3 hours
Not Aliens: Weird Radio Signal from Star Likely Has Duller Explanation
SPACE.COM A strange radio signal that seemed to emanate from a small nearby star probably came from Earth-orbiting satellites, astronomers said. 4 hours
Fanatic Frontier: Space.com Treks to Comic-Con 2017
SPACE.COM Space.com is reporting from the 2017 Comic-Con International in San Diego, where space science collides with movies, TV, comic books and more. 4 hours
The Best Space-Themed Gear for Back to School 2017
SPACE.COM Get a head start on back-to-school shopping for your little space cadet with these space-themed school supplies and more! 4 hours
'We Don't Planet' Episode 13: Spiral Galaxies
SPACE.COM There are many spiral galaxies in the universe, including our own Milky Way. Learn all about these gorgeous structures in the 13th episode of the astrophysics-explainer video series "We Don't Planet." 8 hours
Old NASA Computers, Tapes Found in Dead Man's Basement
SPACE.COM Two huge, Apollo-era NASA computers and more than 300 data-recording tapes were found in the basement of a dead engineer in late 2015, according to media reports. 8 hours
Target's Space-Based Cotton Challenge Aims for Sustainable Farming on Earth
SPACE.COM Can space-based experiments help make cotton a more sustainable plant on Earth? A new science challenge will offer researchers up to $1 million in funding to find out. 9 hours
Notes from Mars 160: The Arctic Journey Begins
SPACE.COM Mars 160 crewmember Paul Knightly is chronicling life and science on The Mars Society's Twin Desert-Arctic Analog simulation. Here's his first post from the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station, in the Canadian... 13 hours
Jeff Bezos' Vision: 'A Trillion Humans in the Solar System'
SPACE.COM At a recent gala celebrating the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Amazon.com founder and Blue Origin head Jeff Bezos laid out an ambitious vision of humanity... 13 hours
In 'Valerian,' International Space Station Evolves into Interstellar Metropolis
SPACE.COM In the new Luc Besson movie, "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets," the title city of Alpha has a present-day origin: the International Space Station. 13 hours
Solar Eclipse Day Craziness Could Resemble the Zombie Apocalypse — Are You Ready?
SPACE.COM Only one month left until the Great American Eclipse passes across the continental United States. 13 hours
'Valerian' Delivers an Extraterrestrial Spectacle (Review)
SPACE.COM A heaping dose of extraterrestrial eye candy invades movie theaters across the U.S. today (July 21). 14 hours
Disney's New Space-Themed Restaurant Will Let You Dine Like an Astronaut
SPACE.COM Disney's Epcot theme park in Florida is opening its first space-themed restaurant. 14 hours
Harvest Moon 2017: When and How to See September's Full Moon
SPACE.COM September's Harvest Moon, the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox, rises on Sept. 6. Here are the best times and tools to see it. 20 hours
Nemesis Star Theory: The Sun's 'Death Star' Companion
SPACE.COM Some scientists think the sun is part of a binary system and that it has a companion star that affects life on Earth. 20 hours
NYC to DC in 30 Minutes? Elon Musk Claims Verbal OK for Hyperloop
SPACE.COM Elon Musk recently announced on Twitter that he had received "verbal government approval" for his Boring Company to build a superfast Hyperloop... 20 hours
Apollo 11 Moon Rock Bag Sells for $1.8M at Sotheby's Space Auction
SPACE.COM A cloth bag used to protect the first-ever rocks collected by an astronaut on the moon 48 years ago Thursday (July 20) has made... 1 day
Apollo 11's 48th Anniversary: Space Gala Salutes the Future
SPACE.COM Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin hosted a gala last weekend to celebrate the historic mission's 48th anniversary. 1 day
Enjoy an Eclipse Safari! Total Solar Eclipse App Features Interactive Map and Space.com News
SPACE.COM Space.com has partnered with Simulation Curriculum to make what we think is a fantastic mobile app for the Aug. 21... 1 day
Watch NASA's Apollo 11 Moonwalk Moments in this Archive Video
SPACE.COM Watch historic footage from July 20, 1969, as humanity made its first steps on the lunar surface. 1 day
A Huge Asteroid Hitting Mars 4 Billion Years Ago May Have Shaped the Red Planet
SPACE.COM A new study supports the idea that the sculpting of Mars and its two small moons was largely... 1 day
SpaceX Drops Plans for Powered Dragon Landings
SPACE.COM SpaceX no longer plans to have the next version of its Dragon spacecraft be capable of powered landings, a move that has implications for the company's long-term Mars plans. 1 day
What Does a Life-Sized Lego Luke Skywalker Look Like? This!
SPACE.COM Comic-Con is already underway with photos starting to emerge from the con floor. 1 day
Margaret and the Moon: New Kids' Book Profiles Pioneering Apollo Programmer
SPACE.COM One week in 2014, a 45-year-old snapshot unexpectedly went viral. Taken in 1969, the black-and-white photograph showed a young bespectacled woman, a wide grin on her... 1 day
Houston, We Have a Kickstarter: Campaign Launches to Restore Mission Control
SPACE.COM Forty-eight years to the day after the team in NASA's Houston Mission Control guided the Apollo 11 astronauts to the first-ever landing on the moon, a... 1 day
SpaceX's Big New Rocket May Crash on 1st Flight, Elon Musk Says
SPACE.COM Elon Musk is tamping down expectations about the maiden launch of SpaceX's huge new Falcon Heavy rocket. 1 day
Spaceflight Beeps Inspire Cosmic 'Quindar' Music: A Q&A with the Composers
SPACE.COM Space.com talked to Quindar's James Merle Thomas and Wilco keyboardist Mikael Jorgensen about their new record "Hip Mobility" and the spaceflight inspiration behind it. 1 day
Reebok Unveils Sleek New Space Boots for Future Astronauts
SPACE.COM Reebok is really stepping up its footwear game with these cool new space boots. The athletic-apparel company just unveiled a sporty new design for space boots that astronauts will wear... 1 day
Today in Space! July 20, 1969: The First Moonwalk
SPACE.COM Find out what happened on July 20, 1969, when Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first people ever to walk on the moon. 1 day
'Salvation's' EmDrive: The Engine That Might Break Physical Laws
SPACE.COM Last night (July 19) in the fictional television show "Salvation," where an asteroid will slam into the Earth in six months, engineers talked about the EmDrive — an experimental engine... 1 day
Draco Constellation: Facts About the Dragon
SPACE.COM One of the dragon constellation's stars used to be the North Star 2 days
Star Facts: The Basics of Star Names and Stellar Evolution
SPACE.COM Learn how stars form, how stars and constellations are named, what happens when stars like our sun evolve, and ultimately, die. 2 days
Elon Musk Calls for Moon Base
SPACE.COM Elon Musk may be focused primarily on Mars, but he'd also like to see a human outpost on a world much closer to home. 2 days
Comic-Con 2017: A Space Fan's Guide
SPACE.COM Here's a list of panel discussions and events at San Diego Comic-Con (which starts July 20) that we think space fans will enjoy. 2 days
Watch Live Now! Elon Musk Speaks at International Space Station Research & Development Conference
SPACE.COM NASA astronauts, scientists and engineers will join industry and academia for a three-day, in-depth conversation about the International Space Station... 2 days
Future Space Colony? Maybe We Should Look Beyond Mars to Saturn's Titan Moon
SPACE.COM Instead of just sending humans on a one-shot mission to look for life on the surface, a new paper envisions a future... 2 days
Today in Space! July 19, 1985: Christa McAuliffe Named 1st "Teacher in Space"
SPACE.COM Find out what happened on July 19, 1985, when Christa McAuliffe was selected to become the first American civilian to fly to... 2 days
Video: How to Make a Solar Eclipse Viewer
SPACE.COM The moon will pass directly between the sun and the Earth on Monday, Aug. 21, causing a total solar eclipse. If you want to see it happen, learn how to build a... 2 days
Watching the Eclipse? Why Sunglasses Won't Cut It
SPACE.COM Even though both look like tinted shades, eclipse viewers are very different from ordinary sunglasses, because they filter out far more light. 2 days
A Simple Bacteria Reveals How Stress Drives Evolution
SPACE.COM A common bacteria is furthering evidence that evolution is not entirely a blind process, subject to random changes in the genes, but that environmental stressors can also play a role. 2 days
Liftoff? Icy Jets of Saturn Moon Enceladus Fly in NASA Photo
SPACE.COM A photo of Saturn's moon Enceladus looks poised for liftoff as jets fly from its southern hemisphere. 2 days
World's 1st Laser Weapon Is Ready to Blast Rogue Drones
SPACE.COM The world's first laser weapon — one that can "kill" threatening, airborne drones — is ready for action, according to news sources. 2 days
Luxembourg Adopts Space Resources Law
SPACE.COM The government of Luxembourg has passed a bill giving companies the rights to space resources they extract from asteroids or other celestial bodies. 2 days
New Exoplanet-Hunting Instrument Provides Wider View of the Night Sky
SPACE.COM A new addition to the European Southern Observatory's network lets scientists capture a nearly complete view of the night sky. 2 days
How Realistic Is the Science in the CBS Show 'Salvation'?
SPACE.COM How much of the science of "Salvation" is actually true? Space.com talked with Phil Plait, who writes the popular space blog "Bad Astronomy" and is also a science... 2 days
JPL Moves Ahead with Mars and Europa Missions Despite Funding Uncertainty
SPACE.COM The director of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said his center is pressing ahead with work on current and proposed missions to Mars and Europa despite ongoing... 2 days
2nd Half of 160-Day Mars Mission Simulation Begins in Canadian Arctic
SPACE.COM The second half of the ambitious, months-long Mars 160 simulation mission is now underway. Six crewmembers have arrived at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS), an... 3 days
Cosmic Rendezvous at Dawn: Moon, Venus and Aldebaran Get Together
SPACE.COM One of the brightest and most colorful stars in the sky will join the most brilliant planet in the dawn sky this week — and the duo will... 3 days
Red Dots Campaign Hunts Planets at Nearby Barnard's Star
SPACE.COM The Red Dots Campaign, in which astronomers scan the night sky to discover planets around some of the nearest stars to Earth, has recently begun focusing in on one of... 3 days
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