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Today, Thai startup company mu Space announced that it has acquired a satellite license from Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission. It allows the company to operate satellites, and provide services based on those sat...

NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image of the horrific fires rapidly spreading through Southern California. Stay safe, friends. From NASA: NASA's Aqua satellite captured this natural-color image with the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectr...

It's been a pretty crappy week here on Earth, so let's take our bad moods on a little interplanetary excursion. Jupiter seems to be a nice fit.  The giant planet's roiling clouds, churning in its northern hemisphere, make it look like a peaceful...

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On Friday, December 8th at 2:30 PM New Zealand time (8:30 PM ET), a 10-day window will open for a launch of Rocket Lab's Electron rocket. The window will be open for four hours each day. This second test is called "Still Testing"; the ro...

In 1977, NASA sent the Voyager 1 spacecraft out on a mission to the distant worlds of our solar system. Nestled safely aboard the spacecraft sits the Golden Record, a collection of sounds and songs of Earth meticulously chosen by scientists to repres...

The Mars Curiosity rover has been a big success, but NASA's modern tech couldn't save its tires from breaking down in the harsh conditions of Mars. For future missions, the agency has gone back to the age of knights. Based on the principals...