New data suggest an object known as Kamoʻoalewa was shorn off the moon by a meteor impact before becoming a quasi-satellite of our planet.
It’s time to find other planets like Earth and understand if we’re truly alone in the universe.
Planet formation was likely even messier and more complicated than most scientists would care to admit, according to new research led by researchers at the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.
European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet delivers a knockout image from the ISS cupola.
The ‘Overview Effect’ Forever Changes Some Astronauts’ Attitudes Towards Earth—But You Don’t Need to Go to Space to Experience It
The best way to appreciate the planet fully is to leave the planet entirely. The further you get from the Earth, the more the Overview Effect asserts itself.