Our mission at NOW.SPACE is to inspire a new generation of space enthusiasts with original articles and exciting features to educate and enlighten while entertaining.
We’ve listed our can’t-be-missed articles in one place to help you stay on top of the most exciting news and discoveries from the final frontier.
It may literally be rocket science, but it doesn’t have to feel like it. Our original infographics break down the science behind the latest discoveries.
You ♥ Space – Bernard Kutter Editor of NOW.SPACE, Heather D’Angelo, interviews Bernard Kutter, Manager of Advanced Programs at United Launch Alliance to talk about the
Before we landed on a comet, a brave little spacecraft landed on an asteroid and brought a sample back — the first ever to do so.
Planetary scientist and New Horizons mission researcher, Michael Summers, takes us on a tour through our solar system and beyond to see where life might be hiding.
Cats and dogs are nothing compared to fiery raindrops the size of Maine.
Just because NASA is no longer in the space shuttle game doesn’t mean the concept of a space shuttle is dead. Many other organizations and governments are actively developing or using new shuttles—and that includes the United States.
The next time you’re looking for something truly unique and fun to do, consider making a visit to your local science cafe. There’s at least one group listed in almost every state in the US, including Alaska and Hawaii.