Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Yuri Borisov, head of Roscosmos, revealed that Russia plans to construct a nuclear power plant on the Moon, starting between 2033 and 2035. The president of Russia's space agency...
A recent study published in the Planetary Science Journal suggests that "moonquakes" may have an effect in the vicinity of the lunar south pole, causing our Moon to shrink, which could be a problem.
China's first AI commercial satellite in the world, Xingshidai-18, was launched off the coast of Guangdong province on February 3. This week, Beijing successfully launched multiple satellites...
Astronomers predict that by 2025, Saturn’s Iconic Rings will disappear and will not be visible from Earth due to a tilt in Saturn's angle. The planet's rings will disappear...
Using data from the Union of Concerned Scientists, the article below reveals who owns the most satellites. The Earth is orbited by about 7,000 satellites that provide critical tasks...
According to a German scientist, Dirk Schulze-Makuch, NASA destroyed life on Mars 50 years ago when it dispatched two Viking landers to Mars. According to a New Scientist investigation,...
Clouds on Neptune have almost disappeared, a rare event in the past thirty years of observations. Pictures taken from 1994 to 2022, both from Maunakea on Hawaiʻi Island through the W. M. Keck Observatory and NASA's Hubble...
Amid soaring national interest in UFOs, House lawmakers conducted an uncommon hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, focusing on the US government's knowledge and management of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
Could there be life on Mars? Recent research suggests that a potential explanation for the perplexing new discoveries on the Red Planet's surface could be an alien crash landing.
The Chinese government has recently made public a video showcasing what they claim to be the world's most potent wind tunnel. This footage displays a scale separation test of an air-launched space plane design from a mothership...