Own a DJI Mavic 2 Pro or Mavic 2 Zoom? Moment, maker of lenses for smartphones, has expanded its expertise to lenses for drones. You can now use its anamorphic lens for a cinematic look to your drone footage.
NASA has announced it will be contracting SpaceX to launch its newest X-Ray observatory into space. The Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) will consist of three telescopes which will investigate cosmic X-rays.
Amazon subsidiary Kuiper Systems filed an application with the FCC on Thursday to obtain permission to launch 3,236 broadband satellites into low-Earth orbit. The goal of the satellites would be to cover the majority of the United States…
Hoping to pick up a robotics kit so your child can learn while they play? We've rounded up some great options, whether you're looking for something that falls under the STEM initiative or utilizes the Arduino platform.
Jellyfish galaxies have tendrils of stars that stream away from the main body of the galaxy like tentacles. Now, an astronomer has investigated what happens to these galactic jellies when they interact with supermassive black holes.
Galaxy clusters are enormous structures of hundreds or thousands of galaxies. But despite their size, they are hard to identify because they are so far away. Now, a British Ph.D. student has created a deep learning A.I. which could help.
A new Hubble image shows a double star system 7500 light-years away, which has been exploding in slow motion for more than a hundred years. The system contains at least two stars which glow five million times brighter than our Sun.
The Mars 2020 rover reached another milestone this week, when technicians installed its mast, the SuperCam Mast Unit. The rover already has its wheels and a robotic arm, and the next step was to add the mast.
The LightSail 2 has sent its first signals back to Earth, and The Planetary Society has made it possible for enthusiasts to track those signals from home through an online dashboard. The spacecraft is expected to remain in orbit for a year…
SpaceX had success last week with their most difficult ever Falcon Heavy launch. Now a video shows the launch in unique slow motion, and cinematographer Ryan Chylinski spoke with Digital Trends about how the recording was made.
Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and other Founding Fathers were very interested in science and technology. In the midst of founding a nation, they also performed experiments and made innovations to gadgets.