Southwest Research Institute explains significance of new images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope
NASA’s newly released high-resolution color images from the James Webb Space Telescope are a snapshot of our universe millions of years ago and the result of 120 hours of observation or about five days’ worth of data.
NASA researchers want to send nude human images into space to start a conversation with aliens
The group of researchers crafted a scientific proposal, “A Beacon in the Galaxy,” to communicate with aliens through radio-transmitted messages that include scientific notions that introduce characteristics of humanity to outer space.
The last supermoon of 2021 -- aka the Strawberry Moon -- is happening this week
If you’ve missed any of the celestial events that have happened this year already -- the Pink Moon in April or the recent solar eclipse, to name a couple -- you’ve got one more chance to witness a rare supermoon this year, and it’s happening this week.
San Antonio company partners with NASA to help create space technology
There are many projects around the world that are focused on the future of space technology and one local company, Astroport Space Technologies, has a new partnership with NASA that will have them at the forefront in creating out-of-this-world space ventures.
Spidernauts and space dogs: What happens to the creatures of spaceflight
Animal spaceflights paved the way for the first human astronauts, and today, creatures big and small continue to space travel, advancing our knowledge of how the zero-gravity environment impacts all beings and aiding research down on Earth.