Humanity is pushing further outside of our atmosphere. We take a look at the space tech coming out of places like NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin that is powering the space exploration of tomorrow.


The moon is a lot more seismically active than we thought

When humans return to the moon, they’ll want to choose their landing site carefully.

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What would we do if an asteroid was on a collision course with Earth?

Researchers are undergoing a practice drill to see how we’d respond if our chances were as bad as 1 in 100 that it would hit.


This 3D-printed beehive could be our future home on Mars

A NASA competition to develop habitats for space missions is down to two finalists—and you could test out one of the designs.

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The first study of a twin in space looks like good news for a trip to Mars

Thanks to twin astronauts, we now have our first solid evidence of how the human body responds to long-term spaceflight—and it’s thrown up some mysteries.

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