Water, water, everywhere—where to drink in the solar system
Ice is everywhere in the solar system and there may even be liquid water beneath the surface of a number of planets. But could we ever get to it?
Why the Deep Space Atomic Clock is key for future space exploration
In its final form, the Deep Space Atomic Clock will be suitable for operations in the solar system well beyond Earth orbit
Human trials on Earth are the key to how we will survive on Mars
What's the best way to find out how people will cope with the journey to Mars and life on another planet? Lock a test crew up for a year in a …
AstroSat discovers new group of stars in globular cluster NGC 2808
The team was able to identify over 2,000 individual stars in images taken through various ultraviolet filters
Has ISRO found its humanoid for space travel?
If India's space agency has a bot ready, why are its scientists scouting for another
Does a year in space make you older or younger?
How space travel and long-duration missions might change the human body, and whether those changes are permanent or reversible once astronauts …
How did Uranus end up on its side? We've been finding out
Unlike all the other planets, which spin roughly upright with their spin axes at close to right angles to their orbits around the sun, Uranus is …
A small moon found floating around Neptune
Scientists confirm small moon Hippocamp may have broken away from a larger one
Antarctica may hold the key to regulating mining in space
If we're going to mine asteroids, then we need an international treaty to prevent it becoming a wild west. …