published during a waning gibbous moon.

It may literally be rocket science, but it doesn’t have to feel like it. Our original media breaks down the science behind the latest discoveries.

Space Agencies Around the World 

This interactive infographic displays every global space agency and how far they’ve ventured into space.

Terraforming Mars

Scroll from left to right to see how terraforming could turn Mars from inhabitable to habitable (and possibly back again).


Check out this infographic about the problem with dust on the Moon and Mars, and read the recent article by NOW.SPACE contributor, Adam Mann, to learn more.

Keck’s Powerful Instruments

From the 13,796 foot summit of Mauna Kea, scientists probe the near and distant universe with unprecedented power and precision.


Journey To ALMA: The Eye In The Desert

William Rauscher and Dave Robertson traveled to the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile to visit ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, and explore how ALMA is adding new chapters to the story of humankind’s origins in the cosmos.

Read more here.

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 reality of people living and working in space (aka Cislunar 1000), and what ULA has planned for 2016 such as the Vulcan ACES rocket. The interview took place at the Space2.0 Summit in Pasadena, CA.


You ♥ Space – Charles Miller

Editor of NOW.SPACE, Heather D’Angelo, interviews Charles Miller, President of NexGen Space LLC at the Space 2.0 Summit in Pasadena, CA about how we can return to the moon in five years.

What are gravitational waves?

Editor of NOW.SPACE, Heather D’Angelo, attempts to demonstrate the nature of gravitational waves using random stuff she found around her house.