Bill Nye casts his mind to the future to give us a picture of how the descendants of our current 3D printing technology will change our ways and our world.
NASA's updated celestial observations have forced astrology enthusiasts to revise the 3,000 year-old zodiac calendar – but let it be known that NASA does not care.
Carl Sagan was one of the people who helped shape this recording that might just end up in the hands of some other beings, somewhere out there.
The mission might set a precedent for exploring bodies of water on other moons and worlds as well.
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ScienceDebate.org sent 20 fine-tuned questions to the presidential candidates. 3 out of 4 of them responded. Here's where they stand on key science issues.
The engine that could revolutionize space travel is pursued by scientists around the world.
Each might be as heavy as an asteroid and as tiny as a decimal point.
What kind of person could withstand a trip to Mars and back? NASA and Hi-SEAS is trying to find out.
NASA will be putting most of the research it funds online for free in policy of open access to science.
NASA tests the engine for the most powerful rocket ever built, designed for deep-space missions.
When Neil deGrasse Tyson recently sat down with infamous whistle blower Edward Snowden, the topic of alien encryption came into the mix.