NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission will carry 2 water-seeking cubesats

Their research could be crucial for future crewed missions to the moon.

Astronauts Study Skin Healing; Cosmonauts Ready for Robotic Arm Spacewalk

The Expedition 67 crew split up today with the astronauts studying wound healing techniques and the cosmonauts preparing for a spacewalk to prepare a new robotic arm for operations.

NASA’s Moon Rocket Heads Back to the Launchpad

The giant Space Launch System is getting an early start ahead of its lunar journey, which is scheduled to start on Aug. 29.

Energy & Environment — Major climate bill becomes law

President Biden signed a major climate, tax and health care package into law. Meanwhile, states in the West failed to reach a water-sharing agreement.   This is Overnight Energy & Environm…

Ancient asteroid sample contains crucial clues about solar system

The particles taken from Ryugu, an asteroid potentially hazardous to Earth, are said to be "pristine."

Watch NASA’s massive new rocket crawl toward its first launch

The rocket will traverse four miles in about 11 hours.

How Black Holes Smashing Together Could Settle an Astronomical Dispute

Violent ripples reverberating across spacetime might finally reveal how quickly our universe is expanding.

Samples of Asteroid Returned to Earth Reveal Possible Source of Water and Building Blocks of Life

Asteroids from the outer Solar System may have brought the building blocks of life to Earth. New research has revealed important new clues as to how the inner Solar System, including Earth, acquired its water and organic-rich components – the essential building blocks for all life. The Kochi T

Watch NASA roll out the mega moon rocket Space Launch System ahead of launch

Artemis I is the first in a series of planned launches aimed at returning humans to the moon for the first time since the Apollo era.

NASA Yeast Mission Will Send Living Organisms Farther Into Space Than Ever Before

BioSentinel will launch on NASA's historic Artemis I moon mission.

NASA film traces Artemis 1 rocket's 'Path to the Pad' as mission stack rolls out today

This week's final rollout for the SLS rocket and Orion capsule marks a new NASA era.

The largest climate and energy package in U.S. history becomes law

President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, ushering in a new decade of $370 billion in climate and energy spending.

No, seriously, NASA’s Space Launch System is ready to take flight

The rocket may launch just two weeks from now.

Russia Now Wants to Build Its Own Space Station Before Leaving the ISS

The Russian space agency has threatened to pull out of the ISS in retaliation to western-imposed sanctions.

Biden Signs Sweeping Climate Bill: What the Inflation Reduction Act Means for You and the Planet - EcoWatch

The historic Inflation Reduction Act has passed, so, now what? We break down what’s in the bill and how it will affect you, your family and the planet.

Biden to sign Inflation Reduction Act into law

President Joe Biden will sign a sweeping $750 billion health care, tax and climate bill into law at the White House on Tuesday -- marking a major victory for his administration and the Democratic Party ahead of the midterm elections.

Biden Signs Expansive Health, Climate and Tax Law

The president returned briefly from vacation to sign a bill that passed the House and Senate on party lines after more than a year of fraught negotiations.

The largest climate and energy package in U.S. history becomes law

President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, ushering in a new decade of $370 billion in climate and energy spending.

Biden signs sweeping health, climate and tax bill, a major win for his domestic agenda

President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed the Democrats' massive climate, health and tax bill into law, marking a major accomplishment for his domestic agenda less than three months before midterm elections. Speaking from the White House's State Dining Room, Biden touted the Inflation Reduction Act as "further proof that the soul of America is vibrant, the future of America is bright and the promise of America is real and just beginning." Taking advantage of some political momentum, Biden interrupted his summer vacation for the signing just days after the House approved the measure, following Senate passage by just one vote…

Analysis | The universe of alleged Trumpworld criminality continues to expand

A Trump Organization official will plead guilty. A Trump attorney may face state charges.

Is Karma Finally Coming For Donald Trump?

With his empire crumbling at the seams, will the former President finally get what he deserves?

Donald Trump in Deep Water and at Risk of Facing Jail Time for Misuse of His Designation

Donald Trump has yet another legal trouble, this time in the world of golf. The 45th POTUS may even face prison time if found guilty.

Trump's 'flim-flam' may not work as he finds himself in 'a position of weakness' against DOJ: biographer

Former President Donald Trump has repeatedly come under legal and financial scrutiny over the years -- only to eventually escape accountability.But as Trump family biographer Gwenda Blair writes in an essay for Politico, he will likely not be as lucky when it comes to evading legal consequences for ...

Donald Trump throws Truth Social tantrum demanding recusal of Mar-a-Lago warrant judge

Former President Donald Trump's legal woes grew on multiple major fronts to kick off the work week, culminating in a post-midnight tantrum on his Twitter-themed Truth Social app.

International Space Station: Girl, 8, chats to astronaut on amateur radio

American spaceman Kjell Lindgren says the encounter "may be my favourite so far".

‘She-Hulk’ Head Writer on Reshaping the Pilot, Cutting CGI, and Steve Rogers’ Virginity

“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” head writer Jessica Gao explains tackling Marvel’s first outright TV comedy — and challenging CGI.

She-Hulk TV Reviews: What Are Critics’ First Reactions?

Here's what critics are saying about She-Hulk's first four episodes...

Black Hole Discovery Helps to Explain Quantum Nature of the Cosmos

New insights from black hole research may elucidate the cosmological event horizon

Asteroid Ryugu contains dust older than the solar system

Separate research suggests the space rock formed in the outer solar system.

'She-Hulk: Attorney At Law' Early Reactions Call it a Delight and Cameo-Filled

The verdict is in: The new Marvel/Disney+ series makes a compelling case.

'She-Hulk: Attorney At Law' cast stunned at the Los Angeles premiere. Here are the 11 best photos from the event.

Stars Tatiana Maslany, Mark Ruffalo, Jameela Jamil, and Renée Elise Goldsberry walked the red carpet in LA before the premiere on Disney+ on Thursday.

What You Need to Know Before Seeing ‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’

With She-Hulk set to make her MCU debut on Disney+, catch up on the character’s comics history and examine what sets Marvel’s new series apart

Tatiana Maslany Fires Back at ‘Reductive’ Strong Female Lead Trope: ‘As If We’re Supposed to Be Grateful’

"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" star Tatiana Maslany fired back at the "reductive" label of being a "strong female lead" on TV.

How well do you know Earth's Moon? How did it form, rotation, its orbit? Get up close and familiar- 5 points

Does the Moon fascinate you? Earth has only one Moon- a rocky, cratered place, roughly a quarter the size of our planet and an average of 2,38,855 miles away. Here are some of the interesting facts you need to know about the Moon.

Russia’s Next Space Station: This is it

The Russians are threatening to pull out of the International Space Station. Here’s what they might replace it with.

Scientists take another theoretical step toward uncovering the mystery of dark matter, black holes

Much of the matter in the universe remains unknown and undefined, yet theoretical physicists continue to gain clues to the properties of dark matter and black holes. A study by a team of scientists including ...

She-Hulk Producers Speak On Confusing Ties to Netflix's Daredevil Universe

She-Hulk producer Kat Coiro avoided confirming whether Netflix's Daredevil show is canon to the MCU.

Tiny crystals of zircon could be geological evidence that the continents were born at meteor impact sites.

Giant asteroids created the continents on Earth?

What created the continents on Earth? New evidence points to giant asteroids

Giant Asteroid Impacts Created Earth’s Continents to Michio Kaku: "We'll Make Contact with Aliens in This Century" (Planet Earth Report Weekend)

This weekend's stories include Tony Robbins, Sergey Brin Become Robots – The Telepresence Revolution to Spruce Trees have Arrived in the Arctic Tundra a Century Ahead of Schedule, and much more

New Evidence Shows Giant Meteorites Created the Seven Continents Upon Impact With Earth - Good News Network

New research suggests the seven continents were created by giant meteorite impacts—similar to the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. They happened more than three-and-a-half billion years ago, before life on Earth began— so the discovery sheds fresh light on evolution. Scientists analyzed a mineral called zircon, the microscopic grains of which act like a ‘geological […]

New Evidence Suggests Giant Asteroid Impacts Created Earth’s Continents

Scientists studying ancient minerals in Western Australia found tantalizing clues suggesting the giant impact hypothesis might be right.

Most planets in the Universe are orphans without parent stars

Known as orphaned planets, rogue planets, or planets without parent stars, these "outliers" might be the most common planet of all.

Black hole collisions could help us measure how fast the universe is expanding

A black hole is usually where information goes to disappear—but scientists may have found a trick to use its last moments to tell us about the history of the universe.

“Spectral Siren” – Black Hole Collisions Could Help Measure How Fast the Universe Is Expanding

University of Chicago astronomers propose ‘spectral siren’ method to understand evolution of the universe. A black hole is usually where information goes to disappear. However, scientists may have found a trick to use its last moments to tell us about the history of the universe. Two Universit

Black hole 'superradiance' phenomenon may aid quest for dark matter

Scientists think that when dark photons collect around black holes, they can get trapped and boosted to high energies, where they might transform into other particles (or even just normal photons).

NASA's Space Launch System moon rocket emerged from the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center around 10 p.m. EDT Tuesday (0200 GMT Wednesday) for an overnight ride to launch pad 39B. The more than 30-story-tall moon rocket is set for launch Aug. 29 on its inaugural test flight carrying NASA's Orion spacecraft around the moon.

NASA to move moon rocket to Florida launch pad after destruct system testing

NASA plans to begin moving the first Space Launch System moon rocket to its launch pad in Florida Tuesday night after completing tests of the rocket's flight termination system and winning an extension from range safety officials to certify the destruct mechanism's batteries throughout the mission's upcoming launch period.

Chinese spaceplane marks 10 days in orbit

A reusable Chinese spacecraft that may resemble the U.S. military's X-37B spaceplane has logged 10 days in orbit since its Aug. 4 launch, but what it's doing remains a mystery.

SpaceX launches more Starlink satellites in afternoon launch from California

SpaceX launched 46 more Starlink internet satellites on a Falcon 9 rocket Friday from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, adding more broadband relay platforms to the polar-orbiting segment of the network.

Another batch of 46 Starlink internet satellites soared into space Friday aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Liftoff from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California occurred at 2:40 p.m. PDT (5:40 p.m. EDT; 2140 GMT). The Falcon 9's reusable first stage landed on a drone ship in the Pacific Ocean.

SpaceX preps 46 more Starlink satellites for launch into polar orbit

SpaceX plans to launch a Falcon 9 rocket with 46 Starlink internet satellites into polar orbit Friday from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, continuing deployment of the company's commercial broadband network.

Photos: Cape Canaveral’s first launch doubleheader in more than 50 years

The launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket Aug. 4 occurred 12 hours and 39 minutes after the liftoff of a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, the shortest turnaround between two orbital-class missions at the Florida spaceport since Sept. 7 and 8, 1967.

Falcon 9 rocket deploys SpaceX’s 3,000th Starlink internet satellite

Fifty-two satellites are on the way to join SpaceX’s Starlink internet network after a sky-lighting blastoff from the Kennedy Space Center Tuesday night, a mission that included the 3,000th spacecraft to launch for the Starlink constellation.

Live coverage: SpaceX aces another launch of Starlink internet satellites

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket and 52 more Starlink internet satellites Tuesday from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The commercial mission took off bound for low Earth orbit at 10:14 p.m. EDT (0214 GMT), and the Falcon 9's reusable first stage landed on an offshore drone ship. The launch team bypassed a launch opportunity earlier Tuesday evening due to unfavorable upper level winds.

SpaceX rolls out Falcon 9 rocket as Starship work continues at pad 39A

SpaceX continues to launch Falcon 9 rockets from Launch Complex 39A in Florida as construction work advances on the nearby tower for the company's next-generation Starship rocket. Overnight Tuesday, SpaceX rolled another Falcon 9 to pad 39A for liftoff with the next batch of Starlink internet satellites, just hours after another section of the Starship gantry tower arrived at the pad.

NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission: Live updates

See the latest news about NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission here.

Watch NASA's Artemis 1 moon megarocket roll back to the launch pad

You can watch NASA's Artemis 1 SLS megarocket roll to the launch pad for a moon mission at 3 p.m. EDT on Aug. 16.

American Airlines orders 20 Boom Supersonic passenger jets

The world's largest airline has agreed to buy 20 Boom Supersonic Overture jets, expected to carry passengers at twice the speeds of conventional passenger aircraft.

NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission will carry the world's 1st deep-space biology experiment

Scientists will study the effects of radiation on yeast in preparation for long-duration crewed missions to deep space.

Asteroid Ryugu contains dust older than the solar system

Ancient grains of dust that are older than the solar system itself have been found in samples from asteroid Ryugu brought to Earth by the Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft nearly two years ago.

Supermassive black hole pair nearest Earth is locked in a violent cosmic dance

A powerful and spectacular cosmic dance that began a billion years ago will lead to a collision and merger between two galaxies and the supermassive black holes at their hearts.

Meteorites that reach the Earth fall from asteroid butts

Scientists studied the trajectory and debris field of asteroid 2008 TC3 to determine which specific parts of the space rock made it down to the Earth's surface.

China's X-ray observatory detects strongest magnetic field ever recorded

A Chinese X-ray telescope has detected the strongest-ever magnetic field recorded by making observations of a rapidly-spinning neutron star, or magnetar.

'Cannibal' solar flares may bring auroras as far south as New York

The sun has spat out two clouds of plasma in the past two days, which might trigger beautiful aurora displays observable as far south as New York later this week.

Artemis 1: The first step in returning astronauts to the moon

Artemis 1 is the first stage of the Artemis program designed to return astronauts to the moon. The uncrewed mission will travel to the moon and back.