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NASA Cancels All-Female Spacewalk Due To Lack Of Properly-Sized Suits
The historic spacewalk was set to be the first featuring only women — and this isn't the first time NASA has been unable to provide suits for female astronauts.
The True Story Behind Project Blue Book: When The United States Government Actually Hunted For Aliens
For centuries, humans have wondered if they are alone in the universe. In the early 20th century, the US government set out to figure it out once and for all.
29 Out-Of-This-World Photos Of Mars To Blow Your Earthling Mind
These amazing photos of Mars show just how varied — and not so alien — some of the terrain is on the fourth planet.
9 History-Making Photos Of The Moon’s Proverbial Dark Side
No country nor space agency has ever touched down on the far side of the moon — until now.
First Ever Plant Grown On The Far Side Of The Moon Dies
The experiment is intended to test whether life can be sustained on the moon in the long term.
25 Jupiter Pictures That Capture The Chaotic Beauty Of Our Solar System’s Largest Planet
These stunning Jupiter pictures, captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft, show the hidden beauty that lurks within the planet's chaotic storms.
New Discovery Confirms That Earth Has Two Other ‘Moons’ Orbiting It Made Completely Of Dust
They orbit Earth at the same distance as our known Moon, they're nine times wider than our planet, and we weren't even sure they were there — until now.
NASA Has Lost Priceless Space Artifacts Due To Poor Record-Keeping, Report Reveals
A new report conducted by NASA's Office of the Inspector General pointed out flaws in the agency's procedures regarding historical artifacts.
NASA Fixes Hubble Telescope Like Anyone Else Would — By Turning It Off And On Again
One of the telescope's backup gears, called a gyroscope, had been shut off for 7.5 years.
Spooky “Death Comet” That Looks Like A Human Skull Will Pass By Earth Right After Halloween
The asteroid is more than 2,000 feet wide and has been classified as potentially hazardous.
Life On Earth May Once Have Been Purple, Researchers Say
The "Purple Earth" hypothesis suggests that retinal, a purple-pigmented molecule, once dominated plant life before chlorophyll— making for some not-so-green foliage.