China Space Debris Re-Enters Atmosphere Over Pacific Ocean

China’s space agency said a core segment of its biggest rocket reentered Earth’s atmosphere above the Maldives in the Indian Ocean.

A Sunday Morning Cartoon

How Perseverance determines there’s no intelligent life on Mars.

All About Mars: 3 Red Planet Probes Scheduled For the Next 2 Weeks

Once every couple of years, Mars and Earth get into a position where probes launched can get to Red Planet with a minimum of time and energy.

Dear Donald Trump: A Word About Space Force….

Okay, Sparky, we need to have us a little chat here, and since you’re such a dumbass, I’ll do my best to use small words so I won’t lose you.

NASA Prepares For Visit to ‘Mysterious World’

It’s about a dark journey, a puzzling moon, and a hunt for extra-terrestrial life. NASA knows it has a sexy mission on its hands with the Europa Clipper:

Astronaut: Sending Man To Mars A “Stupid” Idea

NASA plans to send humans to Mars sooner, rather than later. One of its more famous former employees thinks it’s a silly idea.

5 Reasons ‘The Expanse’ Is The Best Military Sci-Fi Show You’re Not Watching

With the high-octane Solar System-spanning, conspiracy-centric sci-fi drama The Expanse returning to SyFy for its third season on April 11th, we thought it would be a good time to explain why we think it’s actually one of the coolest military sci-fi on television.

Operation Hammer: NASA Plans to Nuke Threatening Asteroid

Operation HAMMER may sound like the villain’s master scheme from a Roger Moore-era James Bond film, but it’s actually NASA’s plan to deal with asteroids threatening the Earth—such as one the size of the Empire State Building that could crash into the planet in 2135, Staten Island Live reports.

Why A Sudden Increase In Asteroids Flying Close To Earth?

Maybe you’ve seen the news: Not one but two asteroids are flying by Earth in the next few days. That seems like a lot, so what the heck is happening? Are we having a week of cosmically bad luck? Is the solar system angry at us? Are we all going to go the way of the dinosaurs?

Chance of Aliens on Enceladus Increases With Latest Discovery

Scientists have discovered that a subsurface ocean on Enceladus could have existed for billions of years, providing plenty of time for microbial alien life to emerge and evolve.