Portal origin URL: Dellingr: The Little CubeSat That CouldPortal origin nid: 434365Published: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 10:02Featured (stick to top of list): noPortal text teaser: From its first moments in space, the Dellingr CubeSat was plagued with challenges. This is the story of the launch, subsequent complications, and engineering solutions that made the mission an unlikely success story.Portal image: Dellingr CubeSat deploymentScience Categories: Sun
Jocelyn Bell Burnell, one of the biggest names in astrophysics, is giving a talk this Thursday (Oct. 25), and you can watch it live online.
The uncountable stellar multitudes of the globular cluster NGC 1898 shine in a newly released photo by the famous Hubble Space Telescope.
The first orphan gamma-ray burst reveals what happens after the merger of two massive stars.
Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday will hold a meeting of the National Space Council at the National Defense University to discuss the next steps toward creating a Space Force as a new branch of the U.S. military.
A NASA photograph revealed an extremely weird-looking iceberg. A NASA scientist explained why.
One of Hawking's earliest surviving wheelchairs and his groundbreaking doctoral thesis are up for auction in London.
The launch of NASA's much-delayed mission to study the interaction of terrestrial and space weather has again been postponed, the agency announced.
The next set of International Space Station crewmembers should get off the ground before the end of the year despite the Soyuz rocket failure earlier this month, NASA chief Jim Bridenstine said today (Oct. 23).
Donn Eisele was an astronaut on Apollo 7, the first crewed mission of the Apollo program to make it to space.
Walter Cunningham is a former NASA astronaut best remembered for flying the Apollo 7 mission in October 1968.
Hayabusa2 is speeding toward an asteroid and will return a sample from its surface.
Space exploration is constantly fueled by mankind's desire to reach further and learn more about the cosmos.
Alec Nevala-Lee's latest book "Astounding," out Oct. 23, chronicles the interwoven lives of four science fiction titans: Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard and John Campbell.
In his new book "Astounding," coming out today (Oct. 23), Alec Nevala-Lee follows four titans of the golden age of science fiction who guided the genre during its formative years.
Here are the best binoculars to buy, if you can buy only one.