Among other latent trends such as NFTs, space marketing is rising to skyrocketing levels. We talk about it.
An audio clip has been recorded on Mars for the first time thanks to the work done by Mars Ingenuity and the rover.
NASA has been able to unveil, thanks to its Hubble space telescope, new images of the “diamond necklace of cosmic proportions”.
Black holes are increasingly moving away from the frontiers of science fiction to be based on real studies, M87 is the proof.
NASA has reported that the TESS satellite has just detected at least 2,200 exoplanets of which hundreds could be Earth-like.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration and LEGO present a kit to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first Space Shuttle flight.
Apophis is the name of the asteroid that will approach us today. And it will not be the first time it visits us, it will return in 2029.
Voyager Station will be the first luxury hotel built in space. It will have libraries, cinemas, gyms and bars overlooking the Earth.
The first images of the red planet sent to us by the Perseverance rover, including an encrypted message, are now coming to light.
This reproduction of Saturn V has more than 1,900 pieces and three small astronauts with which you will relive the lunar landing.
Oreo has built a large Oreo Global Vault as a bunker to protect its famous recipe from the possible impact of asteroid 2018 VP1.
For the first time in history, NASA has discovered water on the sunlit surface of the moon thanks to SOFIA.
NASA has announced its plans to establish Internet on the moon in order to be in contact with all the space bases.
When you think about space, you’d never imagine it smells like burnt meat, raspberry and rum.But it does, or so say the NASA astronauts who have been interviewed to create the fragrance Eau the Space.
NASA is looking for people who want to participate in its next simulation which will last from 4 to 12 months. Maybe they’re looking for you.
G-SHOCK pays tribute to NASA with its latest DW-5600 watch design.
The American designer presents us with a collection that, a priori, may seem scattered but has all the coherence within Heron Preston’s imaginary.