China is set to become the third Earth nation to successfully land an object on the surface of the Moon later this weekend.
The agency believes the transformative technology could be “key” for astronauts venturing to Mars.
So, it’s date night and you don’t know what to do with your main squeeze. Why not take him or her or them to the moon via a web browser?
Developer Renegade Kid is working on a new first-person shooter for the 3DS eShop.
Editor’s Pick A robot descends slowly into a “skylight” on the moon, the gateway to a lunar cave network sheltered from the harsh thermal environment and micrometeorites showering the surface. Its objective? To scout and construct habitats suitable for human beings.
Future astronauts could one day find a lot of use in 3D printing.
Can you build a better mousetrap? Or, better yet, an improved moonbuggy?
We know you’re all fired up about Mars lately, but closer to home, NASA still has a lot of work to do on the moon — Earth’s moon. And some of that work starts today with the GRAIL mission.
A day before space exploration technology company SpaceX makes its much-hyped “big announcement”– the follow-up to a teaser video that looks oddly like a Mountain Dew commercial — another space-oriented company is creating buzz.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9K4zosGUMBw&w=560&h=345] Google is funding the Lunar X Prize, a competition that will award $20 million to the first team that lands a private unmanned spacecraft on the moon, and then broadcasts a high-definition video back to earth. Additionally, it will award two other $5 million prizes for lesser missions.