New Techniques to Examine the Origin and Nature of Heavy Space Elements

Decades ago, a mystery in the field of nuclear physics emerged. Scientists began to wonder why the Universe is made of the specific elements we see around us, and not from other stuff. They also have undergone challenges when examining...

The UK Plans For “Royal Space Force,” Following The Example Of The US

Will Whitehorn has announced that the United Kingdom is prone to invest money in developing a “Royal Space Force” with a view to defending the country’s space assets. The Royal Space Force is going to be a branch of the...

Are Astronauts Preparing to Fly To and From the ISS Safe From Coronavirus?

​On Earth, the process of developing a health condition and recovering from it has a normal procedure: you probably go to the doctor, stay at home, drink a lot of fluids and rest until you're completely well. However, when in...

SpaceX’s Resupply Mission Transported Life Support Upgrades to the International Space Station

NASA sent upgraded life support hardware to the International Space Station (ISS) on board of the resupply mission delivered by SpaceX on March 9th, under a contract with the American aeronautics space agency. Enhancing life support with dependable systems will...

Hubble Space Telescope Captured Stunning Image of a Galaxy’s Core

The ESA/NASA Hubble Space Telescope has managed to capture a magnificent image of the core region of a barred spiral galaxy known as NGC 3887. The galaxy is located about 60 million light-years distance in the southern constellation of Crater (The Cup). It is...

NASA Asks Universities to Help With Innovative Ideas for Moon and Mars Missions

NASA is asking for whatever help it can possibly get to ensure its manned Moon and Mars expeditions go according to plan, and that might also require to ask for help from schools. The space agency is currently running a...

SpaceX Offers Tickets to Space Enthusiasts for a Trip With the Crew Dragon Spacecraft

SpaceX has recently started to sell tickets for space enthusiasts. The tourists will be able to travel to space on the same type of probe that will fly NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). By partnering with the...

Arrokoth, Previously-Called Ultima Thule, Hosts Few Crates and no Water

​NASA's space snowman is showcasing some new information about its location, far beyond Pluto. After over a year following its close meeting with the object shaped like a snowman, the New Horizons probe is still gathering information and sending it...

Gigantic Asteroid Pallas Has Numerous Craters on its Surface

Pallas, the second asteroid to have been identified, is the most massive space rock humans have not yet analyzed by sending a physical tool to its surface​. The asteroid is apparently in the grey area between a space rock and...

SpaceX Ready to Transport NASA Astronauts After Boeing Barely Avoids Massive Damage in Space

SpaceX is basically the first private company to transport NASA astronauts as soon as three months from now. The aim is more than guaranteed after Boeing's Starliner probe barely prevented a disaster in space on its orbital takeoff demo. The...