NASA’s First All-Electric Airplane Is (Almost) Ready for Liftoff
The space agency has taken one giant leap forward with the zero-emissions X-57 Maxwell.
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Meet the Mini Space Helicopter That Will Send Back Images From Mars This Spring
Act one was Perseverance landing on Jezero Crater. Act two will be its mini-eVTOL, Ingenuity, flying over the Red Planet’s wild surface.
How Mathematician Katherine Johnson Helped Make Human Space Flight Possible
Rising up through NASA’s ranks in a segregated America, Johnson was key to the success of the first manned space mission and lunar landing.
Legendary NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Now Has a Spacecraft Named After Her
Johnson’s calculations of orbital mechanics were pivotal to the success of the first crewed space flights.
How NASA Is Working to Give Us the Flying Taxis We Were Promised
The space agency has moved beyond the ISS and Mars, and is now working with eVTOL manufacturers on the next generation of urban aircraft.
NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures a Rare Metal Asteroid Worth 70,000 Times the Global Economy
The metallic rarity is valued at $10,000,000,000,000,000,000.
The NASA Console Used to Train Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin Is Going Up for Auction
NASA’s second space flight program, Project Gemini, ran from 1961 to 1966.
Forget Your Comforter: These Cozy NASA Blankets Will Keep You Warm Like an Astronaut
Just in time for winter.
Omega’s Latest Silver Snoopy Speedmaster Is a True-Blue Homage the ’70s Original
The Speedmaster proved critical for the Apollo 13 mission.