New postage stamp features space shuttle astronaut Sally Ride, a role model for girls, women, and diversity in science. It puts “a stamp” on Ride’s accomplishments, her widow told Eos.
NASA astronaut and geoscientist Drew Feustel reminds us: High above Earth, you see no borders; you barely see cities. You do see evidence of Earth’s raw power.
New research shows that solar radiation levels are growing 10% faster than previously believed and that the radiation environment in space will worsen with time.
The U.S. National Space Council, an advisory body that has been dormant since 1993, focused on lunar travel, civil and commercial space opportunities, and national security when it met last week.
At a recent forum, Sen. Ted Cruz also announced a Senate hearing to revisit the half-century-old Outer Space Treaty, and he warned about potential military threats to the nation’s satellites.
The exhibit includes Buzz Aldrin's gloves and an injector plate from the rocket's first-stage engine, which was recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
One speaker, the former chief scientist of NASA, spoke up for NASA's Earth science program as broadly beneficial and affordable within the agency's existing budget.
Geophysicists from NASA and the European Space Agency and the first African American chosen to serve on an International Space Station crew are selected for 2018 missions.
Test of a novel solar-powered printer yielded a prototype construction brick made from simulated lunar soil.
2nd International Planetary Caves Conference; Flagstaff, Arizona, 20–23 October 2015