Two Small Rocks From Space, Two Giant Lawsuits For Mankind

Forty-five years ago yesterday, on July 20, 1969, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Neil Armstrong stepped into history. Shortly before 11 p.m. Eastern time, the pair emerged from their landing craft, the Eagle, and became the first men to set foot on the moon. This week, On Remand looks back at that "one giant leap for… » 7/23/14 11:58am Yesterday 11:58am

These Insanely Detailed Maps Of Mars Are The Most Accurate Yet

After 16 years of painstaking work, the U.S. Geological Survey has released a series of geologic maps that offer the most thorough representation of the Red Planet's surface to date. The revealing project will help mission planners target future areas for robotic — and potentially human — exploration. » 7/15/14 4:00pm 7/15/14 4:00pm

NASA's Next Space Rover Could Be This Six-Limbed Robot Within A Robot

Spirit, Opportunity, and Curiosity have rolled their way into a special place in our hearts, as the first of our rovers to kick-off our exploration of other planets. But this six-limbed, flying rover with the ability to break apart into two separate robots definitely has us intrigued. » 6/06/14 7:56pm 6/06/14 7:56pm