Venus and Jupiter had a wonderful dance in the sky this weekend.
Scientists at the organization of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands in Spain have come across the majority massive object in the space and have called it BOSS, the BOSS huge Wall, which when you think, is the ideal name for such a humongous structure in the universe.
It has been a year since Christiane Heinicke and the rest of the crew has had an egg. Or been in a car. Or gone outside without a spacesuit.
Scientists have discover a nearby galaxy that’s roughly the same mass as the Milky Way, but somehow contains fewer than 1 percent of its stars.
Russia’s S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC) Energia is partnering with U.S.-based Space Adventures to launch an eight-person expedition aboard an upgraded Soyuz spacecraft into Earth orbit around the moon.
Nearly a year after first making headlines around the world, “Tabby’s star” is still guarding its secrets.
The United States could reenter a space-based hunt for ripples in space-time, if NASA decides to follow the recommendation of a new report from the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
Ever wondered why no one has set foot on the Moon for decades? And why there’s no permanent outpost already established there? Is it because the Moon is not a viable celestial body to harness, or maybe because all of the above mentioned are already happening, but we are not being told about it?