While Buzz Aldrin enjoys movies about space, he doesn’t always think the filmmakers get it right.
The world didn’t exactly shake when Betsy Daly stopped going to Blockbuster a year ago, but the movie-rental giant would be smart to ask itself whether this 33-year-old San Jose, Calif., mom represents the future. Daly now pays $15 a month to order her DVDs online
There is more water on the moon in more locations than originally thought, a discovery that may bolster NASA’s long-held goal of setting up an outpost there, a researcher said Thursday.
"This is ground control to Major Tom," sang David Bowie about a fictional astronaut lost in orbit in 1969. Now, 40 years later Bowie’s son Duncan Jones has released his own space oddity.
U.S. authorities have ratcheted up pressure on one of Mexico’s most notorious drug cartels, releasing new details about the so-called Gulf Cartel’s operations and offering up to a $50 million reward for the arrest of its leaders.
On July 23, 1969, as Apollo 11 hurtled back towards Earth, there was a problem — a problem only a kid could solve. It sounds like something out of a movie, but that’s what it came down to as Apollo 11 sped back towards Earth after landing on the moon in 1969
Say this for the U.S. space program: we may have spent the last 40 years mostly ignoring the moon, but when we go back, we go back with a bang
If you’ve ever walked through a swarm of gnats at a picnic, you have some idea of what it’s like to navigate the mass of debris that circles our planet in low-Earth orbit. Space planners have long warned that the growing belt of cosmic junk would eventually lead to collisions, and on Tuesday it happened, when an American satellite and a defunct Russian satellite totaled one another 500 miles above Siberia.