space

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Rogel Mari Sese

Under the leadership of Fillipino astrophysicist Dr. Rogel Mari Sese, the Philippines might soon have an agency that will coordinate all space-related activities at a national level.

China Ramps Up Plans To Put Man On The Moon

How soon will China be able to put a man on the moon? Give them about three years, says our Final Frontiers columnist.

7 Inspiring Scientists Who Happen To Be Women

These seven women have all overcome the odds to become leaders in their own fields.

The False Space Vs Survival Dichotomy

Here's why all those naysayers are wrong about India's record-breaking success at launching 104 satellites at one go.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Naoko Yamazaki

Naoko Yamazaki became the second Japanese woman to go to space in 2010, and hopes to one day return.

Could Asteroid Impacts Have Created Niches For The Beginnings Of Life?

The impact of large asteroids millions of years ago could have deformed rocks in such a way that creates environments conducive to early life.

Juan Small Step For (A) Man, Juan Giant Leap For Mankind

The Philippines Space Agency will soon be a reality. And on the agenda? Climate monitoring, technology development and spying.

Uh, Oh! There’s A Crack In The Earth’s Magnetic Shield

Someone call Magneto. India's GRAPES-3 telescope recorded in 2015 a burst of galactic cosmic rays that was likely due to a 'crack' in the Earth's magnetic shield.

7 Must-Read Stories In October 2016

Sanofi Pasteur's dengue vaccine, low-protein diets and a ‘light-stopping’ experiment were popular in October.