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WONDER Stories about exploring the human side of scientific and artistic pursuits won· der ˈwəndər/ A feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something
Astronomers may have to think about the moon the way some people think about lovers from long ago—that it was good while it lasted.
The spectacular pictures that NASA’s Juno mission is sending back from Jupiter make the gas giant look like a whole new world. Though not a conscious effort on the agency’s part, the artistic photos are redefining the king of the planets’ image.
Telepresence may be the best approach for safely exploring new planets.
A garden in Beijing tests how miniature versions of Earth’s biosphere could be cultivated off-planet, helping future astronauts to sustain long-term missions in deep space.
Researchers used ground-based radar to find NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and the Indian Space Research Organization’s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft in lunar orbit.
Russia’s Space Station, Mir, braved the chaos of space for over a decade until its demise. Here are 9 things you should know about its illustrious program.
NASA has little to gain from a race back to the Moon, and would probably be beaten there by China. On the other hand, they’ve mastered Mars and need only the support to make it happen. Why are some obsessed with replaying a 50-year-old achievement?