Providing "bandwidth-as-a-service" at a fraction of the cost of legacy providers
Tidally locked but within its parent's habitable zone
What just happened? Supermassive black holes are some of the most extreme phenomena existing in the universe, as they tend to consume and swallow everything in their wake. One of these cosmic monsters was recently identified as AT2021lwx, an incredibly powerful explosion that surpasses everything recorded thus far.
Modern technology is helping researchers make new discoveries using old data
A short-lived optical outburst turned out to be a much more interesting cosmic event
A new space program for a digital, resilient and safer Europe
Balancing power supply and voltage 20 billion kilometers from Earth
Communications ceased on final approach to lunar surface
Samsung Galaxy S22 becomes first unmodified cellphone to make a satellite call
Through the looking glass: Those following science news have likely seen a fair number of recent stories regarding the discovery of exoplanets, black holes, and galaxies that defy current scientific understanding. However, scientists recently announced one of the rarest findings in astronomy – a planet still being born.
Most of the craft will burn up with only a 1-in-2,467 chance of human harm from debris
The launch signals the beginning of the probe's eight year journey to study Jupiter and its icy moons
The Standard Model of cosmology is still safe, for now
The first of potentially several controlled deorbits
Eleventh-hour talks with a Texas investor broke down last month
The big picture: The complex, majestic system of rings orbiting Saturn is one of the most striking views our Solar System has to offer. Astronomers have watched and examined Saturn's rings for centuries, yet an unprecedented phenomenon was hiding in plain sight before a recently published paper finally revealed its features.
Cellular networks on the Moon are good to go, but NASA has yet to request lunar satellites
Satellite should fall out of orbit much more quickly than most
Company has temporarily shutdown until it can find new funding
The satellite helped scientists learn more about polar mesospheric clouds
JWST will help scientists investigate the troublesome dust budget surplus of the universe
"Saving Earth's data, one byte at a time"
Many astronomical observations depend on radio and infrared signals