By Ed Hoffman Space exploration has always been international. NASA’s first international mission dates back nearly fifty years, and the agency has had more than three thousand agreements with over one hundred countries in its history.
By Laurence Prusak One of my father’s heroes—and he didn’t have many—was Albert Einstein. He often regaled me with stories of the great physicist.
This space-station view of Los Angeles was taken by Astronaut Donald Pettit, who lived aboard the International Space Station for five and a half months. The city is defined by yellow-orange, sodium-vapor-lit streets in north-south, east-west grids. In between the main streets it is relatively dark due to the design of street lighting that minimizes […]
By Wendy Dolci, Ed Goolish, and Carl Pilcher How does life begin and evolve? Is there life elsewhere in the universe? What is the future of life on Earth and beyond?