As the first American spacecraft to bring a sample from an asteroid back to Earth, NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission is about to make history. In October 2020, the spacecraft took a sample from the asteroid Bennu, which is now returning to Earth. On September 24, 2023, the sample capsule is anticipated
SpaceX's ambitious plan to offer universal internet access via a constellation of thousands of satellites has been making news for various reasons. The innovative Starlink satellites' performance and design have drawn praise. Still, they have also drawn criticism for their potential effects on astronomy and orbital sustainability. How to prevent
A brand-new space telescope was launched on July 1, 2023, from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to illuminate the mysteries of dark energy and matter. The European Space Agency (ESA) is building the Euclid telescope with assistance from NASA and other international partners. Euclid will observe billions of galaxies spanning 10 billion
A tourist submersible named Titan vanished while on a mission to investigate the Titanic, the most well-known shipwreck in history. Five men were on the submersible, an exploration program run by OceanGate Expeditions.
The provincial government recently declared it would allocate $50 million in funding for tourism infrastructure projects throughout British Columbia, including Science World in Vancouver's iconic dome repairs. The funding is a part of the province's plan for economic recovery, which aims to help the tourism sector, which has suffered dramatically
NASA's big goal for this decade is to have humans return to the moon. But before that can happen, they must prepare the astronauts, who will be the first humans to set foot on the moon since 1972. Moreover, a massive underwater replica of the moon's environment would be an
Millions of people in Canada and the United States are adversely affected by the smoke from these fires due to the poor air quality and health risks it poses.