Space Dogs explores the lives of Moscow street dogs past and present, including the ones used in the Soviet space program.
Aleksandra Mir Delves into the Mysteries of the Universe
Mir shares the interviews she conducted with 16 space scientists and academics, many of whom helped to inform her series of black-and-white drawings of space travel.
In a New Photobook, Stirring Memories of Man on the Moon
The Moon 1968-1972, an attractive new book containing photos from NASA’s Apollo Program, which 47 years ago landed the first men on the moon, evokes the rich mixture of emotion, yearning and speculation that have long surrounded Earth’s mysterious companion and neighbor.
The First Artwork Made in Outer Space
LONDON — The first human to spacewalk wanted to be an artist before he learned to fly.
11,000 Photos of the Apollo Lunar Missions Land on Flickr
When the Apollo astronauts traveled beyond the atmosphere and to the moon in the 1960s and ’70s, they carried Hasselblad cameras to document the NASA missions.
As Pluto Comes into Sharp Focus, NASA Embarks on a New Unknown
Early yesterday morning Pluto, three billion miles from Earth, appeared in our sharpest view yet.
Follow All the Tech and Trash Orbiting Earth, in Real Time
While humanity has only been launching huge payloads into outer space since the 1950s, with Sputnik breaking into orbit in 1957, a lot of human-made debris and technology now circle the planet.
The 1969 Lunar Landing: One Giant Leap for Art
On July 20, 1969, the world watched, and was transfixed, as American astronaut Neil Armstrong — rendered on television as a ghostly black-and-white figure — descended from the Lunar Module onto the surface of the moon.
NASA Launches $2.25M Design Competition to 3D Print Habitats for Mars
The hope is that 3D printing and the incorporation of spacecraft waste and materials from the alien world can in turn help address affordable housing on Earth.