In a video interview, Zaheer Ali, senior manager for the USRA Science and Mission Operations, NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), discusses the development and future of the world's largest airborne telescope.
This year will see missions to Mars, the Moon, space exploration with cubesats, hundreds upon hundreds of communication satellites, space tourism and more.
NASA and Germany’s Fraunhofer have been exploring the uses of real-time, highly accurate measurement and control motion based on fiber optic sensing systems (FOSS).
Richard Feynman’s famous lecture notes and NASA help remind engineers of the importance of these most basic concepts.
If you're not certain as to the differences between nanosats and cubesats, or how these tiny satellites are launched and what they do, then read on.
Can you name the leading private companies and nations that have the launch capability to maintain a presence in space?
October 5th is International Observe the Moon Night. Celebrate with our coverage on the past, present, and future of lunar science and exploration.