Having landed Starship, SpaceX is now eyeing an orbital flight test.
The ESA issued a call for ideas regarding how we can explore the depths of the Moon, and scientists answered with some incredibly clever ideas.
The Chang’e 5 probe is loaded with samples from the Moon and is headed straight for Earth.
The real test comes today when the vessel containing soil samples launches back into Space to rendezvous with a luna orbiter before heading back to Earth.
The Chang’e 5 mission features a variety of robots which will collect samples and return them to Earth in just 23 days.
Using it’s flying observatory, NASA has discovered water molecules in the Moon’s largest crater.
Great, now even the Moon will have better LTE coverage than us.
Strange as it might seem, SpaceX and Blue Origin will be working on the same project to get humanity back to the moon.
It’s unclear when the new lunar lander will be used, or who it will be carrying.
Cotton seeds sent to the Moon have sprouted marking the first time plant life has grown on the Moon.
Walking on… walking on the moon.
The plan is to beam live video of the moon in HD back to Earth.
Eugene Cernan, the last man to set foot on the moon, has died aged 82.
Put the telescope away, all you need to track the phases of the moon is an Arduino and a 3D printer.
If you want to see the supermoon phenomenon, set aside time this afternoon. Or you could wait for another 18 years…
Do you believe that a simple click and comment will net you a free copy of Pokémon?
“This is hilarious and awful.”
It’s Africa’s turn to show the world what it can do, says the foundation behind the #Africa2Moon project.