NASA Wants to Send Humans to Live on a Permanent Lunar Base

In a recent interview, NASA chief Jim Bridenstine revealed that the agency looks forward to having a permanent base on the moon and send “lots of humans in space.” At the meeting... Read more »

NASA Forges Partnerships For Development of Space Exploration Tech

Jim Bridenstine, the current administrator from NASA, seems to be very interested in private spaceflight, a trend seen in the latest funding for space exploration technology: “These awards focus on technology collaborations... Read more »

The First Israeli Spacecraft Will Get to The Moon on a SpaceX Rocket

The first Israeli spacecraft which will land on the Moon will be launched this December, according to the SpaceIL announcement on 10 July. They plan to have the spacecraft land on the... Read more »

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope Is Slowly Dying As It Remains Out Of Fuel

After finding thousands of exoplanets since it was launched into space in 2009, the Kepler Space Telescope reached the end of its life. It is not time to retire, according to NASA’s... Read more »

The Hayabusa 2 Arrives Safely Close to Ryugu After Its 3.5-Year Journey

On 27 June, the Japanese spacecraft named Hayabusa 2 (‘peregrine falcon‘ in Japanese), arrived above the diamond-shaped asteroid Ryugu, which is 300 million kilometers away from Earth. It has traveled for three-and-a-half... Read more »

Hayabusa 2 Space Probe Approaches Asteroid Ryugu And Sends Home Detailed Images

The Hayabusa 2 space probe from Japan has now entered the final leg of its mission, which started four and a half years ago. It has completed a course adjustment, and it’s... Read more »

Famous Astronaut Chris Hadfield Doesn’t Think NASA, SpaceX or Blue Origin Will Get to Mars

Astronauts getting to Mars is the ‘next big thing’ in space exploration. However, legendary astronaut Chris Hadfield doesn’t believe that NASA, SpaceX or Blue Origin will be able to send humans on... Read more »

Professors in Newfoundland and Oxford Fight Together to Save The Outer Space Environments

Over a year and a half ago, Jack Matthews and Sean McMahon met at a scientific conference and concluded that someone needs to protect the galaxy. So, they started writing a paper... Read more »

Facial Recognition AI – The Next Step in Space Exploration

It looks like the “deep learning” method, a common piece of technology that is often used when it comes to facial, speech or image recognition is taking the scientific community by storm.... Read more »