Science & Technology
Before his death, Gene Cernan threw down the challenge to the next generation to forge the destiny of tomorrow.
by Mark Craig
Science & Technology08 Sep 2016 23:29 GMT
US space agency launches first mission to retrieve dust from asteroid in hopes of learning more about origins of life.
Space03 Sep 2016 12:12 GMT
US space agency releases pictures of first flyby of Juno probe, showing storms unlike any other in the solar system.
Science & Technology25 Aug 2016 07:40 GMT
Located just four light years away from the Earth, Proxima b could be within the so-called habitable zone.
TechKnow13 Aug 2016 12:04 GMT
Is the FDA doing enough to protect consumers from illegal antibiotics in their seafood?
Science & Technology03 Aug 2016 05:52 GMT
Qatar's desert found to be an ideal environment to test private German prototype Moon rover.
Russia22 Jun 2016 05:16 GMT
Moscow counts down launch of private space sector in the shadows of prolific accomplishments of its Soviet past.
Science & Technology18 Jun 2016 11:00 GMT
A spotlight on the physical effects of living in space and time required
for recovery from its negative impact.
Space08 Jun 2016 12:25 GMT
Scientists say experimental spacecraft is five times more accurate than hoped, paving way for larger mission.
Science & Technology25 May 2016 11:02 GMT
India's space agency releases video of reusable space shuttle test, saying technology worked as planned.
Science & Technology23 May 2016 13:17 GMT
India successfully launches an experimental spacecraft it hopes will form the basis of its own re-usable space shuttle.
Science & Technology09 May 2016 12:56 GMT
US company set to attach experimental expandable space habitat to the International Space Station.
United States11 Apr 2016 05:30 GMT
Spaceship carrying lettuce seeds, lab mice and an inflatable pop-up room arrives at International Space Station.
Science & Technology04 Mar 2016 12:28 GMT
From refugee crises in Europe to the Academy Awards, here is this week's news in photos.
Science & Technology15 Feb 2016 04:56 GMT
As European team gives up on contacting Philae lander, mission scientist says he wishes they had made it easier to see.
Science & Technology11 Feb 2016 18:48 GMT
US scientists announce first ever detection of gravitational waves in breakthrough which opens a new window to cosmos.
by Mark Craig
by Pallava Bagla
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