• NASA's Plan To Use A Giant Magnet To Make Mars Habitable

    NASA thinks flying a giant magnet into space could help transform Mars into a habitable planet.


  • Smog Almost Killed New York City, Here's How

    In the 1950s and 1960s, a photographer captured the environmental destruction of New York City.


  • When A Satellite Goes Missing, What Can We Do?

    Of the many probes, orbiters, and surveyors we've sent into space, an uncomfortable number have been lost. How do we find them?


  • Getting A DNA Test Could Keep You From Your Dream Job

    Genetic traits are already being used as selection criteria for some jobs, but do we really want DNA test results on our resumes?


  • The Bizarre Story Of The Very First Vaccine

    Vaccines are everywhere nowadays, but how did they come about? Turns out, the story's a lot weirder than you might think.


  • Is Heart Disease in Astronauts Proof we Didn't Go to the Moon?

    There's some correlation between flying in space and death by heart disease. But is it enough to say the Moon landings were fake?

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  • The Crazy Way Scientists Launch Rockets From Balloons

    One company, Zero2Infinity, is working on a method of launching rockets today using rockoons.


  • Poop Can Teach You A Lot, But You Have To Look At It

    When it comes to health, what comes out of you is just as important as what you put in. What does your poo say about you?


  • We Found New Planets. No, You Can't Live There

    Everyone is freaking out about the discovery of 7 new potentially-habitable exoplanets, but is Trappist-1 really as good as it sounds?


  • Solving World Hunger Is Just A Matter of Logistics

    Copia is trying to prevent food waste by using it to feed people in need