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

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Our sun and other stars form when a dense clump of interstellar gas and dust collapses under its own gravitational pull. Once a star is born at the center of such a cloud, leftover material

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

Females into space: Perhaps the narrative, one small step for man, needs a revamp as increasing numbers of women embark on out-of-this-world journeys into space. There are many reasons for wanting to see beyond the Earth’s crust. The opportunity to embark

By Jack Kim, Josh Smith and Ed Davies SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea launched a rocket late on Tuesday carrying what it called a reconnaissance satellite, prompting South Korea to suspend a key part of a military pact it had signed

By Jack Kim, Josh Smith and Ed Davies SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has notified Japan of a plan to launch a rocket carrying a space satellite between Nov. 22 and Dec. 1, which would be the third attempt by Pyongyang

Monika Schleier-Smith, a scientist at Stanford University in California, is working on an experimental setup to try to create Space-Time in the laboratory from nothing. Interviewed by New Scientist, Schleier-Smith said she was convinced that her research, linked to the so-called conjecture of the holographic principle, has

By Joe Skipper and Joey Roulette BOCA CHICA, Texas/NEW YORK (Reuters) - SpaceX's uncrewed spacecraft Starship, developed to carry astronauts to the moon and beyond, failed in space shortly after lifting off on Saturday, cutting short its second test but making

As humans continue to explore and exploit the vast expanse of space, a growing concern is emerging in the form of space debris. Space debris, also known as space junk or orbital debris, consists of defunct satellites, spent rocket stages, fragments from