Experts insist there is no scientific reason for allowing these fossils to travel to space.
Ready or not, sex in space will be happening within the decade.
With two eclipses and several meteor showers coming up, an astronomy professor shares travel tips for viewing astronomical phenomena.
The Overview Effect describes the transformative impact of seeing Earth from space and feeling profoundly connected to our planet and concerned for it. That’s at odds with the impact of space tourism.
How might the space industry reduce its ecological footprint and better manage the debris it leaves in its wake?
Spacecraft are just a small part of what it takes for humans to become an interplanetary species. A political science professor explains how there is much more to creating a spacefaring society.
Expanding the low-Earth orbit economy through increased commercial spaceflight will only push our planet further into its climate crisis.
One day more of us may be able to travel further into space, and for longer.
The vastly differing environment would need a whole new approach to disposing of dead bodies.
Next month, Russia is sending a director and actor to film in space. What does this mean for filmmakers, astronauts, movie fans and the International Space Station?
The Inspiration4 mission sent four civilians to space for three days. Though still funded by a billionaire, the mission is a step forward in the nascent space tourism industry.
Sure, they’re billionaires, but the exploits of Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos have undeniably brought space tourism a step closer. That raises tricky legal, ethical and environmental questions.
Here’s what a space tourism industry led by Bezos, Branson and Musk might mean for the planet.
Sir Richard Branson’s successful spaceflight marks the beginning of a new chapter for space tourism.
It wasn’t long after Jeff Bezos announced his plans to go to space that Sir Richard Branson joined in, setting a launch date to beat Bezos by nine days.
Several spaceflights scheduled over the next few years will take non-astronauts to space. But it’s not certain this privilege will ever extend to anyone beyond the extremely wealthy.
The first space tourist left Earth 20 years ago aboard a Russian rocket. Now, private companies like Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin are offering trips to the stars for those who can pay.
The first space tourist left Earth 20 years ago aboard a Russian rocket. Now, private companies are on the cusp of offering trips off Earth for those who can pay.
Who cares what happens to bootprints on the Moon? All humans should. And thankfully the US Congress and president agree.
Humans have been living on the International Space Station for two full decades. So what comes next for this ailing technology, and what does it mean for future International ventures in space?