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Will Elon Musk’s BFR give Qantas its non-stop flights Sydney-London?

Will Elon Musk’s BFR give Qantas its non-stop flights Sydney-London?

Mars by spaceliner by 2022, Sydney or Melbourne non-stop to London in less than an hour. SpaceX reveals its new aspirations

What it would be like riding Cassini as its drops into Saturn tonight

What it would be like riding Cassini as its drops into Saturn tonight

Massive, languid and seemingly unperturbed, Saturn is about to get a rocket from Earth

Where are the aliens? The question that lives in the midnight voids

Where are the aliens? The question that lives in the midnight voids

There are moments when the noise of regular reporting falls quiet and other issues are heard

Incoming micro-asteroid will help NASA refine planetary defense projects

Incoming micro-asteroid will help NASA refine planetary defense projects

A small but potentially lethal micro-asteroid this way comes, and its harmless encounter with Earth may yield vital lessons to avoid a future catastrophic collision

Is the door to commercial supersonic flight really starting to open?

Is the door to commercial supersonic flight really starting to open?

Can a 'Super' Blackbird and a fast corporate jet perform demo flights in the next five or so years?

Cassini space probe puts Earth in perspective from between Saturn’s rings

Cassini space probe puts Earth in perspective from between Saturn’s rings

One last glimpse, between Saturn's rings, of home planet Earth for the epic Cassini space mission

Almost forgotten a very different Jupiter shows its spots

Almost forgotten a very different Jupiter shows its spots

Every day NASA shows the curious views of the solar system's planets and moons no human has ever seen before

The last of the first moonwalkers, Gene Cernan, has died

The last of the first moonwalkers, Gene Cernan, has died

The band of lunar heroes is thinned by the death of another moonwalker Eugene Cernan

Jupiter as it has never been seen before

Jupiter as it has never been seen before

Juno's first very close images of Jupiter drew a blank but it has just totally changed science's view of its polar regions

NASA lies about Jupiter probe, media swallows it

NASA lies about Jupiter probe, media swallows it

Why has NASA lied about its latest Jupiter probe Juno? Has PR become more important than science truth?