A video posted online by an entity claiming affiliation with the amorphous hacktivist collective Anonymous claims the US’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration is on the verge of a major announcement about life in outer space.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are again pushing for a cutting-edge space-based satellite missile-tracking network to allow for the real-time observation of any ballistic-missile launch on the planet.
Lawmakers in Washington are seeking to create a brand-new military branch – the first since the establishment of the US Air Force in 1947 – to make sure the country can wage war in space.
China has announced it will become the world’s largest cruise liner center in the future. China’s State Shipbuilding Corporation has recently partnered up with an iconic Italian ship building company and together they plan to construct super luxurious cruise liners.
Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero prepares to expand the horizons of medical science, and possibly to test the limits of ethics, as his human head transplantation project enters into its final stage.
India successfully launched rocket with nano satellites from 14 countries.
US networking giants Facebook, YouTube and Netflix have been given a month by the Thai broadcasting and telecom regulator to comply with local rules or face barriers to ad revenues, local media said Friday.
A US nuclear weapons lab tasked with producing an important element to the country’s store of nuclear weapons is under intensifying scrutiny for glaring safety issues that have gone unaddressed.
A video uploaded online in August 2016 depicted the test drive of an “elevated bus” that cars could easily drive underneath. The video prompted awe and controversy – but now it seems the experimental bus project has come to a crashing halt.
The US Air Force recommended against relaunching its expensive F-22 Raptor fighter jet program in a classified report given to Congress, Congressional staff said Tuesday.
The British Government has unveiled new legislation which would pave the way for driverless vehicles, including automated trucks. But would it be safe and how would it affect millions of truckers and van drivers?
China has invited Russia to participate in the construction of a Chinese space station, but Moscow has yet to make an official decision, Roscosmos head Igor Komarov has told reporters. Russian space experts explain why Russian-Chinese cooperation on a new space station would undoubtedly benefit both sides.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has been given the green light to go alien hunting. The ESA's PLATO mission will involve hunting for habitable exoplanets and has been given the go-ahead to move from blueprint to construction.
A materials company in northern China’s Tianjin municipality plans to build a 5-kilometer green demonstration road in Moscow using asphalt modified from the rubber powder of scrapped tires.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has developed a general model "for what norms and normative networks are" and how they can be developed into interactive algorithms for training tomorrow’s robots to be more like us — at least, those of us who weren't born in a barn.
Experts with Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) in Northern Ireland have warned that it’s only a matter of time before a large asteroid strikes Earth, causing a natural catastrophe unparalleled in the ruin that it would bring.
China is set to launch four significant satellites for space science during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020), after successfully launching the Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope Satellite at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on June 15, according to China’s State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense.
The European Space Agency's planned space-based gravitational-wave observatory will offer a new way of looking, or rather "listening to," our universe, ESA Coordinator Fabio Favata told Radio Sputnik.
A camera-equipped drone found crashed on a mountainside in South Korea has been confirmed by Seoul to be an unmanned North Korean military surveillance aircraft.
Moscow and Brasilia may conduct joint space launches from South America.
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