Making the network go "pew pew"
NASA picked up a laser signal fired from an instrument that launched with the Psyche spacecraft, which is currently more than 16 million kilometres from Earth and heading toward a mysterious metal asteroid.
Parsons would be pleased
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which occultist Aleister Crowley follower Jack Parsons founded, has created the largest open-source archive of PDFs as part of DARPA's Safe Documents programme.
Just as good as metal
The Japanese space agency (JAXA) and NASA plan to launch a satellite made of wood in 2024.
Apparently it did not expect them on the moon
A post-mortem into the crash of the first private spaceship to land on the moon has found that the software was to blame.
Holy sun Batman
If your Internet and phone service is pants today it might have something to do with a triangular-shaped dark gap in the sun's surface that's 20 times larger than Earth.
This week's better battery which will never see the light of day
NASA boffins have been working on advanced solid-state batteries that can power electric aircraft.
One small step for Ram
Shaun, the title character from the animated television series "Shaun the Sheep", is going into space.
Space is Neo-liberalism's final frontier
Decades after the world worked out that the private sector was just as clueless at running business as governments, the US government has worked out a way of making some more rich people even richer by outsourcing of NASA's ageing space telecoms constellation.
30,000 satellites is getting silly
NASA has raised concerns about SpaceX's plan to deploy about 30,000 satellites for its Starlink.
Space travel is really for socialism
"China has formally approved three missions targeting the south pole of the moon, with the first to launch around 2024. each with different goals and an array of spacecraft.