Working in space can be a dangerous endeavour for the astronauts aboard the International Space Station, but scientists are now looking at ways to use mould from Chernobyl to protect them from deadly cosmic rays. Apart from orbiting the Earth at
Typically, the Earth-like objects spotted on Mars, be they rodents, sculptures, or eating utensils, end up being oddly shaped rocks - but there was one notable instance where that wasn't the case. A plastic wrap spotted by NASA's
Spacecraft are extraordinarily expensive and not that easy to come by, so why did Nasa recently set fire to one? It was all part of a set of space fire experiments inside Northrop Grumman's Cygnus cargo spacecraft. Saffire, Nasa's
NASA scientists say they may have discovered evidence of a parallel universe where time runs backwards. The potentially incredible find was made by a team of boffins conducting an experiment in Antarctica. The idea of a parallel universe has
Tom Cruise is set to team up with Nasa to shoot a movie in space. The Hollywood star, 57, is known for his all-action approach and does his own stunts, including a high altitude freefall for 2018's Mission: Impossible – Fallout.
With its roughly 870 degrees Fahrenheit temperature, literally crushing surface pressure and toxic air, Venus is very much uninhabitable. However, according to NASA, the space thirty miles above it could be a perfectly lovely place to live. A
Snakes on Mars? Not really, but the landscape of the Red Planet in a recent NASA image looks like an abundance of snakes just hanging out. So what actually caused the serpent-like grooves? Find out in the video
Up near the north pole of Mars Nasa has come across structures that look remarkably like trees, but don't be fooled - it's just an optical illusion. Nasa scientist Candy Hansen, a member of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) team,
A recent study by career training resource Trade Schools, Colleges and Universities surveyed more than 2,000 grown-ups to find out how many actually followed through on their childhood dreams. Nearly 80 per cent of respondents did not realize their childhood career aspirations, with only 21 per cent reporting that they did.