T-Minus Weekly: NASA’s first asteroid sample, Stoke’s big hop, and more
Freethink’s weekly countdown of the biggest developments in space, featuring NASA’s first asteroid sample, a Curiosity milestone, and more.
Why astronomers are excited about carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere of an alien world
Scientists reported chemical traces in the atmosphere of planet K2-18b, including a substance which on Earth is only produced by living things.
NASA has retrieved its first asteroid sample
NASA has just retrieved its first asteroid sample, bringing nearly 9 ounces of the asteroid Bennu to Earth.
Spending time in space can harm the human body − but scientists are working to mitigate these risks before we go to Mars
Astronomers spot the first “bounce” in our Universe
Evidence suggests the world’s largest known asteroid impact structure is buried deep in southeast Australia
T-Minus Weekly: Victus Nox, a record-breaking ISS mission, and more
T-Minus Weekly: The end of O2 on Mars and the week’s other big space stories
NASA finishes the first experiment to make oxygen on Mars
SpinLaunch will hurl payloads into orbit, cutting the cost of launch by 20x
NASA is spending $850,000 to make a bag for space trash
“Ghostly” neutrinos help us see our Milky Way as never before