“Is there life out there?” It’s the one question that has puzzled humankind for centuries.
The experiment will evaluate the effects of space travel on bone marrow cells and platelets circulating in the blood.
Black students and scientists have faced unfair and unjust barriers in science.
U astronomer Anil Seth explains why the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope was a cosmically huge deal.
University of Utah engineers develop better method for cleaning up orbiting space junk.
U professor shows how astrobiology helps incarcerated people connect with science.
Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space, answered questions on maintaining physical and mental health, finding inspiration and remaining curious while in isolation.
Using data from NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2, researchers found connections between the population density of cities and how much carbon dioxide they produce per person.
The U’s Dan Reed and Maureen Condic traveled to Antarctica in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see and understand the vast scientific opportunities—and life-and-death precipices—the southernmost tip of the globe offers.
NASA’s NuSTAR mission proves superstar Eta Carinae shoots cosmic rays.