The latest episode of Star Wars is now upon us and has unleashed a new era of science fantasy robots, or “droids” as they are known.
Category: Mars Habitation & Settlement
So how close are we to actually sending people to Mars and having them survive on an inhospitable planet?
Salty streaks have been discovered on Mars, which could be a sign that salt water seeps to the surface in the summers.
A security expert discovered a critical flaw in the VxWorks, one of the most reliable real-time operating systems for the IoT also used by the Curiosity Rover.
The Girl Scouts of America made this short video about synthetic biology development engineer Elysse Grossi-Soyster as part of a series on female scientists and engineers.
The challenge is to create an antenna and upgraded radio link to enable direct Earth communications but which also must fit on the next upcoming Mars rover mission, Mars2020.
The Hyperloop project has its challenges in places that have air. But in places with little air and no fossil fuels, where you can’t fly and there’s little drag, it makes a lot more sense. Places like Mars.
NASA’s challenge is finding elements that support the logistics and capabilities required for a sustainable permanent human presence beyond Earth’s vicinity. Awards will be paid out in increments of $5,000 (minimum) up to a potential total award pool of $15,000.
An origami-inspired deployable solar array developed by Brigham Young University may point the way to the future of space exploration and settlement.
The prize, Europa, a watery world. NASA The icy moon Europa is perhaps the most tantalising destination in our solar system. Scientists have been trying for years to kickstart a mission to Jupiter’s most enigmatic moon, with very Earth-like concerns...