ICYMI: Barely hoverbiking, new hair dryer tech and more
A couple weeks of effort have netted an actual working hoverbike.
Climate change is now affecting how the Earth moves
NASA researchers from JPL believe that melting ice is redistributing the planet's weight balance.
NASA's Kepler spacecraft is in 'emergency mode'
Scientists are hoping the aging telescope can be used to hunt down hidden exoplanets.
NASA's resurrected telescope seeks wandering planets
Kepler will use "gravitational lensing" to spot Milky Way exoplanets.
NASA's flying methane meter built for Mars finds work on Earth
The device will be used to inspect natural gas pipelines.
New Horizons spots signs of a former lake on Pluto
Even one of the most distant dwarf planets had liquid on its surface.
NASA picks solar power candidates for deep space missions
Four outfits, including ATK and Boeing, are making deals.
An interview with one of NASA's Curiosity Rover engineers
NASA engineer Adam Steltzner talks about the intellectual "bare-knuckled brawl" that powers the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
ICYMI: Spacey HoloLens use, spy submarines and more
This sub will autonomously follow potential attackers or maybe find the Loch Ness monster.