When stars like the Sun reach the end of their lives they will become what we call white dwarfs. White dwarfs are small and incredibly…View More What will happen to our Solar System after the Sun dies?
A four-man team in South Africa recently broke an amateur rocketry record by launching a homemade rocket to ten kilometers’ altitude. Two of the members…View More How do you break an African amateur rocketry record?
Among space enthusiasts, much time is spent debating how to advance humanity’s engagement with space. Oftentimes, these conversations focus on promising technologies – space robotics,…View More How can international laws facilitate commercialization in the space sector?
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Astrobiology is a relatively recent area of study that investigates the origin and evolution of life in the universe. It combines perspectives from many disciplines…View More What’s it like working as an astrobiologist?
The space industry is booming and startups are flourishing. How does one go about devising a plan for entering the industry? We spoke with Simon…View More How do you enter the space industry?
As humanity increasingly establishes itself off Earth, what laws will govern its activities? On this planet, governments enforce their own national legal systems, and international…View More Who defines laws in outer space?
If there’s any demographic that seems to dominate the space industry, it’s straight white males. But hopefully that is changing. Many organizations and individuals are…View More How does one address gender inequality in the space industry?
The first living organism on Earth emerged approximately three and a half billion years ago. Since then, life has evolved into countless forms and colonized…View More Deflecting Existential Risk with Space Colonization