The paint uses a compound commonly found in photo paper
DNA from the air could theoretically put you at the scene of a crime
"My next dream is to make a 'fountain' of anti-atoms by tossing the laser-cooled antimatter into free space"
The first of a new class of space vessels
Unusual galaxy clusters have been hiding in plain sight
Can the Moon's tunnels support human colonies?
Electric vehicles could get more affordable in the near future
Messier 106 is a spiral galaxy more than 20 million light-years from Earth
Science fiction books, movies, games, TV shows and other media have long been home to amazing technology. Many of these ideas can serve as inspiration for today's scientists, but just how close are we to the real-life versions?
The Giant Magellan Telescope will be the most powerful optical device ever engineered
An important milestone for SpaceX, which is aiming for a lunar excursion with Starship in 2023
Always wanted to go to space? Here's your chance
Would you accept a free trip to space?
The Perseverance rover will search for signs of ancient microbial life on Mars
At 132 astronomical units, 'Farfarout' is the most distant object we've ever found in the solar system
For comparison, Pluto is only 39 astronomical units away
Pollution could be key to finding aliens
The trotters make holding controllers a nightmare
One small step for man, one giant leap for Skynet?
If successful, it'll be the largest amount of extraterrestrial material brought back from space since the Apollo era
Maia doesn't try to make the perfect moves
Ingenuity and Perseverance should touch down on February 18
Are brain-computer interfaces worth researching or too risky to touch?
Aims to send 10 small satellites into space