Explore the Mars Dune Alpha and consider whether you would ever live on another planet.
Read about the first Sherpa to conquer the historic climb.
Read about the controversy surrounding Matthew Henson’s claim as the first person to reach the North Pole.
Learn from a scientist who undertook an expedition inside one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
Watch this short video about how the Panama Canal was not-so-easily created.
Read about three African women who are contributing to space exploration programs on their home continent: a space engineer, a physicist and explorer, and a space law adviser.
Read about NASA Perseverance’s mission to Mars. Then, explore the images at the end of the article.
Skim through the article to find out how new developments in artificial intelligence can help us venture further into space.
Find out how Rafał Biros got involved in the hunt for comets and became the youngest known finder of one.
This article examines some of the traits that allow people to act heroically or prevent them from doing so.
Leaving for the International Space Station won’t stop NASA astronaut Kate Rubins from doing her civic duty. Read about how elections work in space.
People from all walks of life enjoy competitive travel. Unfortunately, the global spread of coronavirus has disrupted many people’s travel plans. Read more about the world of competitive travel and the uncertainty many travelers are facing.
Explore Mount Everest like a pro climber. See everything from the base camp to the summit thanks to innovative 360° camera equipment.
|See Earth like never before while also hearing first-hand accounts about the awe-inspiring view of our planet from space.|
On March 26, 2012, James Cameron made a solo 6.83-mile journey to the Challenger Deep, the deepest known point in the ocean. Cameron completed the dangerous trek in a single-seat submersible named the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER. What risks did Cameron encounter on his journey, and what did he hope to discover? Learn more about the mission at this official site.
Follow the Mars Curiosity Rover mission in real-time by checking the updates and images on this site.
With travel curtailed by a global virus outbreak, one good alternative for seeing the world is this virtual tour.
Exploring one of the most remote places on earth, a deep-sea diver found new species as well as something depressingly familiar.
The writer of this article asserts that the risk level of exploration has greatly declined in the 21st century. Exploration is no longer physically demanding. The article presents the idea that perhaps we should redirect our focus of what to explore and how. Consider the new forms exploration might take.
Review the past decade’s greatest science stories and breakthroughs gathered in one place. Do any of them blow your mind?