Mark Castaneda: Embarking on a journey of self-improvement, some individuals courageously choose to turn their lives for the better. Fueled by a profound desire for personal growth and positive transformation, these individuals confront challenges head-on, determined to break free from

By Nivedita Bhattacharjee BENGALURU (Reuters) - NASA will train an Indian astronaut for a voyage to the International Space Station as early as next year, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said on Wednesday, amid deepening space ties between India and the United

Space influencers: In the vast expanse of the digital universe, a new breed of influencers has emerged, captivating audiences with their cosmic content and interstellar insights. From astronomy enthusiasts to space exploration advocates, these individuals have transformed social media platforms into virtual observatories, sharing

NASA astronauts accidentally dropped their toolbox during a walk around the International Space Station, and the drifting equipment may be observable from Earth. The astronauts Jasmine Mogbeli and Loral O'Hara spent six hours and 42 minutes outside the International Space Station for maintenance

Why is the world's most important space agency launching a proprietary streaming service? One could start from here by commenting on the arrival of NASA+, the latest innovation from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which is increasingly focused on improving its

Delaware-based firm GuardianSat received the National Science Foundation's America's Seed Fund grant for its satellite technology that could help us humans safeguard space exploration and communication. On October 12, the business reported this promising news, marking a major milestone in its goal to protect satellites from space debris. Space debris

Huge and lighter than a plane, the aircraft aims to deliver humanitarian aid wherever needed. Waymo, Verily, Sidewalk, Calico, X (not the former Twitter) and many others were projects kept secret for a long time before going public. What they

In a leap for space exploration, NASA's Psyche mission is now on its way to a six-year journey to one of the most enigmatic worlds in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter., following a flawless Falcon Heavy launch on

By Steve Gorman (Reuters) - NASA on Friday launched a spacecraft from Florida on its way to Psyche, the largest of the several metal-rich asteroids known in our solar system and believed by scientists to be the remnant core of an