A huge asteroid that could wipe out human life is heading for our planet. And it's just one of more than a half million near-Earth objects in our solar system. 

On July 20, 1969 three U.S. astronauts landed on the moon, and now NASA wants to go to Mars — for all the benefits — disregarding all the costs.

Google has expanded its ability to keep an eye on everyone by buying "eye-in-the-sky" technology from Skybox.

Two House Democrats on Monday pitched a bill that would establish a national historical park on the lunar surface.

 

On May 29 Planetary Resources, one of two private concerns hoping to someday mine near-earth asteroids, announced plans for the first-ever crowdfunded space telescope, a venture that would allow private researchers to conduct space research using a private space telescope.

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