New signals from possible “aliens” remind us that the largest puzzle of all is not space, but our own minds.
As China lands an uncrewed craft on the far side of the moon, humanity continues to look to space for salvation. But 50 years after the moon landing, we still have not found the answers we were looking for.
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We need more science and scientists in popular culture, so that children don’t give up on it as only for “boffins”.
With ultimate goals of putting humans on Mars, the pace of innovation in space flight is amazingly fast.
There is a widening divide between “old space” – the domain of government agencies – and “new space”, which includes glamorous projects like rockets to Mars.
It’s not surprising that scientists and space geeks around the world will bid it adieu with a heavy heart.
Could Lewis become gateway to the stars?
Why science needs to be more open to women, minorities – and ballet.
A new book charts the decades-long search to measure gravitational waves.