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See the moon meet up with elusive Mercury in a conjunction today
The moon will meet up with Mercury, the solar system's smallest planet and the closest to the sun, in the evening sky on Wednesday, May 17.
Axiom Space's Ax-2: What to know about the 2nd private astronaut mission to the space station
Here's what you need to know about the four-person Ax-2 mission to the International Space Station, which is scheduled to launch on May 21.
Meet the 4 astronauts of SpaceX's Ax-2 mission for Axiom Space
The second all-private mission to the International Space Station by Axiom Space will launch no earlier than May 21. Learn more about the 4 crew members on board.
Ax-2 private astronauts can't wait for their May 21 SpaceX launch to the space station
The four astronauts of the upcoming Ax-2 mission are eager to leave Earth and head for the International Space Station.
Titanic cosmic bubbles blown by the Milky Way are surprisingly complex
The eRosita bubbles of hot gas that extend 36,000 light-years out from our Milky Way galaxy are more complex than previously thought, a new study reveals.
DJI Inspire 3 review
DJI’s latest pro-spec drone delivers a powerful, agile, and versatile solution for professional drone pilots and filmmakers who require the best image quality.
Best Warhammer 40K games of all time
Getting into Warhammer can be both expensive and daunting, so it’s no wonder that video games based on the IP have taken off. Here are the best Warhammer 40K game releases.
Is the US in a space race against China?
Headlines proclaiming the rise of a new "space race" between the U.S. and China have become common in news coverage following many of the exciting launches in recent years.
Lego announce new Batcave set from the "Batman Returns" movie
Lego announces the latest addition to the Lego Batman Collection, the Lego "Batman Returns" Batcave Shadow Box.
The Milky Way galaxy may be a different shape than we thought
New measurements suggest that the traditional view of the Milky Way as a galaxy with four major spiral arms extending out from a thick centralized bulge of stars could be wrong.
Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin honored as Air Force one-star, Space Force Guardian
Buzz Aldrin already had the moon to his credit. Now he has a star. The Apollo 11 astronaut and colonel in the U.S. Air Force received a promotion to the honorary rank of brigadier general.
The Matrix sequels at 20: Are they really that bad?
The Matrix "Reloaded" and "Revolutions" struggled to live up to the hype, but how do they look two decades later?
Star Trek Into Darkness: The sequel that took the Kelvinverse wildly off course
Ten years ago a promising franchise lost its way with a Wrath of Khan tribute act.
SpaceX hires former NASA human spaceflight chief Kathy Lueders: report
Kathy Lueders, who retired as NASA's human spaceflight chief at the end of April, will help SpaceX develop its giant new Starship deep-space transportation system.
New private plan to rescue Hubble Space Telescope may also target space junk
A second consortium has plans to possibly boost the Hubble Space Telescope and extend its science mission, after SpaceX raised the idea in 2022.
Photographers capture the exact moment a gargantuan storm blasts out of the sun during a total solar eclipse
A stunning composite image of the sun during a recent 'hybrid eclipse' in Australia is further proof that solar activity is ramping up.
50 years ago, Skylab launched into orbit. See what it meant to an astronaut on a space station now.
Stephen Bowen remembers seeing Skylab fly overhead. At eight years old, Bowen's experience fueled his interest in spaceflight. Little did he know where that would take him 50 years later.
South Korean moon probe snaps picture of NASA's powerful lunar orbiter (photo)
The ShadowCam imager aboard South Korea's Danuri moon orbiter recently captured a photo of NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter as the two spacecraft zipped past each other.
ChatGPT on Mars: How AI can help scientists study the Red Planet
While ChatGPT + AI is a powerful tool that can augment new discoveries, it can't yet replace the human-driven process of synthesizing new information to generate new insights into science.
Carl Sagan film 'Voyagers' casts Andrew Garfield of 'Spider-Man' fame to play beloved astronomer
Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar-Jones are set to star as Carl Sagan and his wife Ann Druyan in the upcoming film "Voyagers" about the legendary astronomer.