Now scheduled to launch in 2020, the James Webb Space Telescope will be the most powerful telescope in existence, replacing NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, capturing infrared light from the first galaxies of the ancient universe.
Thousands of previously unknown craters have been spotted on the moon thanks to an artificial intelligence program designed by researchers. The system may help scientists better understand the history of the solar system.
At long last, astronauts on the moon may have access to their very own 4G network thanks to a partnerships between a few tech giants and a team of “part-time” scientists. The network will help private lunar rovers communicate.
CIMON weighs 11 pounds, is the size of a medicine ball, and looks a lot like a computer monitor. It also packs some powerful A.I. technology, and will be tested aboard the ISS this summer as an astronaut companion.
Despite suffering a few minor delays caused by weather, the launch went almost perfectly. After safely delivering its payload, the rocket's first two boosters landed safely back on Earth. The fate of the third is still unclear.