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We Need to Consider Conservation Efforts on Mars

Of all the planets in our solar system, Mars is most likely to have evidence of life, whether past or extant.

To the moon and beyond: What space exploration will look like in 2069

It's all about travelling to the places where life might be. This could be Mars, Jupiter's moon, Europa, or Saturn's moon.

AI is helping astronomers make new discoveries and learn about the universe faster than ever before

AI algorithms have begun helping astronomers tame massive data sets and discover new knowledge about the universe.

Humans are going back to the Moon to stay, but when that will be is becoming less clear

The Moon will soon experience human beings on its surface again, working and living on a regular basis.

Democracy’s Power Best Proved By The Creation, Launch And Start Of The James Webb Space Telescope!

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has already changed so much; imagine what we will know in the next few decades.

Six space missions to look forward to in 2024

It’s going to be a bumper time for space missions in 2024 – especially to the Moon, our nearest neighbour.

Scientists and space agencies are shooting for the Moon – 5 essential reads on modern lunar missions

The year 2023 proved a big one for lunar science, including NASA gearing up for a host of missions, including its Artemis program.

Scientists suspect there’s ice hiding on the Moon, and a host of missions from the US and beyond are searching for it

Some dark craters on the Moon are never exposed to light − ice could be hiding in these permanently shadowed regions.

A Comprehensive Blueprint for the Settlement of Mars

Many proposals have been made since the dawn of the Space Age to transform Mars into a second home for humanity.

NASA report finds no evidence that UFOs are extraterrestrial

Only "a small handful cannot be immediately identified as known human-made or natural phenomena," according to the report.