Starts With a Bang! 16 Apr 2021, 14:02 UTC Dark matter must gravitate, so why couldn’t the graviton solve it?
SPACE.com 16 Apr 2021, 10:59 UTC Advances in AI have allowed us to make progress in all kinds of disciplines — and these are not limited to applications on this planet. From designing missions to clearing Earth's orbit of junk, here are a few ways artificial intelligence can help us venture further in space.
Universe Today 15 Apr 2021, 21:34 UTC Researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) are finding new uses for the laser-based technology that sharpens telescope imagery – called adaptive optics – and it just might help mitigate the world’s growing space debris problem. Purpose-built lasers could give derelict satellites a slight ‘push’ of photons, imparting just enough energy to change the debris’s orbit and prevent an impending collision.
NASA Space Station Blog 13 Apr 2021, 16:49 UTC Three Expedition 64 crew members reviewed departure procedures today as they get ready to leave the International Space Station at the end of the week. Meanwhile, there was a harvest onboard the orbital lab today while three new crewmates get used to life in space.
Starts With a Bang! 13 Apr 2021, 14:02 UTC Even 13.8 billion years after the Big Bang, we can reconstruct the first 3 minutes.