Now you can own a piece of space matter. Fair warning: Space stuff costs a pretty penny…if you have a well filled with them.
You can now pay to have a strand of hair buried in a time capsule on the moon, thanks to a new crowdfunded space mission.
A probe sent to the surface of a comet went quiet Saturday, but not before its mothership spent months taking dazzling photographs.
And now a journalist who tweeted about it is being told to “jump off a cliff.” Because of course.
It’s probably a good thing the comet we landed on won’t be paying a visit to Earth.
Humans managed to land a probe on a comet for the first time. And the internet is being quite funny about it.
The European Space Agency has, for the first time in history, landed an unmanned probe on the surface of a comet in the culmination of a 10-year mission.
A Mars One candidate showed a glimpse into astronaut life on The Real. Adult diaper FTW.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman is totally winning at Twitter. Welcome back to Earth, Reid!
Trying to pee in a bag, amiright? They’re just like us!
“It could well be that the agents of our destruction are moments away,” Jonathan Nolan told BuzzFeed News.
It’s the sharpest photograph ever taken by the world’s biggest astronomical project.
She clearly does all her own stunts.
Did Victoria Beckham REALLY See What She Thinks She Saw?
If you cry in space, the tears just stick to your face.
♫ So let’s bring science baaaaaack!♫
Are we out of the woods yet? Here’s why the once-in-a-lifetime event is a big deal.
A new time-lapse video from space shows the Earth transitioning from day to night.
Alyssa Carson describes herself as “Future Mars Walker,” and she is amazing.
Wednesday’s event is the second in a rare set of four lunar eclipses.
Everything always looks so much better from space.
Astronauts fart… like, a lot.
Earth really is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena.
Storms we see on the ground look even crazier from the skies.
“We had a lot of fun,” said a pretty pumped astronaut about his experience traveling around the World 2,700 times and covering more than 71 million miles.