The twin satellites will help researchers observe how climate change is impacting oceans, glaciers, sea ice, groundwater, and even atmospheric moisture.
The Low-Boom Flight Demonstrator would travel at 1.4 times the speed of sound without producing a sonic boom.
During the mission, four men and two women lived apart from the rest of planet Earth and could eat only shelf-stable foods and some lab-grown vegetables.
OpenSpace software allows viewers to swoop over Martian mountain ranges and iconic landscapes like the Valles Marineris canyon.
Unlike Earth, which has a magnetosphere that aligns with the poles, the magnetic field on Uranus appears to tumble around the planet chaotically.
A recently found galaxy is so far away, astronomers see it the way that it looked when the universe was only 600 million years old.
As we get excited for the opening of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" in theaters today, it's time to remember our solar system has a moon that resembles a certain famous super weapon.