Comic: A Factory in a Petri Dish

If and when humans move to Mars, some of our most important machines will not be robotic–they'll be biological.
Daniel Locke
9 sec read

From Space, Artists See the World Differently

Art and space are natural bedfellows.
Gillian Rhodes
3 min read

Humans in Space: A Reading List

What to read if you want a crash course on human exploration of the heavens.
How We Get To Next
4 min read

The Man Who Would Sell You Mars

Space is largely unregulated–and one man thinks he's worked out how to claim Mars before anyone else.
Simon Parkin
7 min read

Watch: Colonizing the Solar System

Earth is doomed! Once we've run out of room and resources on our planet, where should we go?
Duncan Geere
19 sec read

The Solar System’s Hottest Real Estate

Where can we live other than Earth?
Duncan Geere
3 min read

Going Up

Meet Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, father of the space elevator.
Duncan Geere
3 min read

$100 Million Probably Isn’t Enough To Find Aliens, But Here’s Why It’s Still Worth Looking

Sometimes the most important scientific discoveries aren't the ones that were intended.
Duncan Geere
2 min read

Create a Planetarium in Your Living Room

A virtual reality app brings stargazing to any place, any time.
Duncan Geere
2 min read

The First Weather Forecast for Pluto

Helping space probes by seeing whether they'll need a coat once they've traveled billions of miles.
Duncan Geere
2 min read