No comment from Pluto
British boffins have worked out a way to find planets in existing data using AI.
All they needed with metal hydrogen, and an electron accelerator
Researchers at NASA's Glenn Research Center have now demonstrated a method of inducing nuclear fusion without building a massive stellarator or tokamak. In fact, all they needed was a bit of metal, some hydrogen, and an electron accelerator.
Bored while waiting for pick up after splash down
NASA's Doug Hurley and his crewmate Bob Behnken had a satellite phone at their disposal after splashdown on Sunday.
Didn’t realise it would have to pay extra for downloads
NASA needs 215 more petabytes of storage by the year 2025, and thought Amazon Web Services could provide the bulk of that capacity, but apparently it didn’t realise that it would have to pay again to download it.
Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle has received Category 1 certification from NASA, meaning it is authorized for use on more important missions, opening up a whole new revenue stream for the growing launch provider.
Best remote fix ever... and then Microsoft will upgrade it to Windows 10
In an incredible feat of remote engineering, NASA has fixed Voyager 2,
Apparently, it may not be up to snuff
A second software problem during a CST-100 Starliner test flight is prompting a NASA safety panel to recommend a review of Boeing's software verification processes.
Marsy McMars face it is
NASA will launch a new rover to Mars this July — and 28,000 American schoolchildren wrote essays with suggestions for what NASA should name it.
NASA is a bit worried about the Starliner spacecraft
In the wake of the 737 Max fiasco, NASA appears to be a bit worried about Boeing’s Starline rocket.
It is so happy it could cry
A robot equipped with emotion-sensing voice detectors was headed to the International Space Station a becoming the latest artificial intelligence-powered astronaut workmate in orbit.