Making Orbital Mechanics More Accessible With Poliastro
Outer space holds a deep fascination for people of all ages, and the key principle in its exploration both near and far is orbital mechanics.
Are space rockets bad for the Earth? Why the question ignores an important truth
When Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic launched their respective first crewed missions in July, it sparked environmental concerns.
Mysterious Chernobyl fungus could protect future astronauts
A lack of effective radiation shielding is one of the biggest challenges still to be overcome if humans are to embark on long-term voyages into deep space.
dn&co wanted to create an identity for a scientific institute "without resorting to cliche test tubes, lasers and space travel"
Nestled away in the quiet of the Oxfordshire countryside stands the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, home to over 6,000 scientists, engineers and innovators working to make change and solve some of our most critical problems which face the planet.
'Luxury carbon consumption' of top 1% threatens 1.5C global heating limit
The carbon dioxide emissions of the richest 1% of humanity are on track to be 30 times greater than what is compatible with keeping global heating below 1.5C, new research warns, as scientists urge governments to "constrain luxury carbon consumption" of private jets, megayachts and space travel.
75 years ago, a Nazi rocket took the first photo of Earth from space
By the standards of today, it's just a grainy black and white photo.
Foundation: the VFX secrets of Apple's epic sci-fi series
Foundation is Apple TV+'s adaption of the seminal sci-fi book series by Isaac Asimov.
Elon Musk relists Bay Area home, cuts price by more than $5M
Elon Musk's Silicon Valley home has reappeared on the market, but this time for $32 million - a more than $5 million price cut from its most recent listing at $37.5 million.
Back on Earth, Shatner and Bezos have a Kirk-Spock moment.
A half-century ago, a television show told young people that space travel would be the coolest thing ever. Some of them were even inspired to work toward that goal.