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Beyond Pluto

Beyond Pluto

New Horizons’ next stop is a small icy body a billion miles away

By | Posted November 2, 2015

A clue to Martian life could be on Earth

A clue to Martian life could be on Earth

If there’s water on Mars, the Arctic hints there may also be life.

By | Posted October 7, 2015

Blame it on the moon

Blame it on the moon

The super blood moon reminds us not to fall for correlations and confirmation biases

By | Posted October 1, 2015

What we can learn from New Horizons

What we can learn from New Horizons

NASA’s spacecraft finally flew past Pluto last week and made some startling discoveries

By | Posted July 19, 2015

Smooth moves from repellant gel

Smooth moves from repellant gel

Scientists in Japan have created an inorganic material that mimics our own cartilage

By | Posted January 5, 2015

Secret space plane lands in California

Secret space plane lands in California

The pilotless X-37B has returned. But, the Air Force isn’t telling anyone what this spacecraft has been up to

By | Posted October 20, 2014

MOM is circling Mars

MOM is circling Mars

India’s Mars Orbiter has made it to the top, but is it a one-hit wonder?

By | Posted September 23, 2014

Thinking machines?

Thinking machines?

The Turing test doesn’t measure a computer’s intelligence, but it does say something about its usefulness — here’s how.

By | Posted June 13, 2014

Expecting the unexpected in space

Expecting the unexpected in space

NASA has a long history of repurposing old missions that finished or went wrong and ending up with great science

By | Posted December 16, 2013

Our sleeping sun

Our sleeping sun

Scientists wonder what’s in store as sun activity lingers at lowest in over a century

By | Posted December 2, 2013

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