Just because World Space Week is wrapping up, doesn't mean you can't keep exploring the cosmos. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of new space science and technology apps.
The public now has access to near-constant images from the International Space Station, Mars rovers and an orbiter circling a distant comet, providing plenty of new "evidence" we are not alone.
Photographer Roland Miller has made it a mission to document space launch sites abandoned across America.
In an age of social media and renewed interest in space exploration, 2014 has also been a good year for speculative alien and UFO spotting. Crave's Eric Mack rounds up some of the year's craziest bits of "evidence."
GE's FirstBuild factory is rethinking a classic. Its new kitchen sink disposer will be smaller and promises to be more efficient and safer with the help of clever design.
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A specially designed "space cup" would let astronauts sip their espresso in Zero-G style aboard the ISS.
The ESA has put a levitating furnace on the International Space Station. Getting it to work right required a bit of shaving cream.
What do you get for the astrophile who has everything?
The 3D printer installed aboard the International Space Station has successfully printed its first object: a part for the printer itself.
As the National Transportation Safety Board takes the lead role in investigating the crash of SpaceShipTwo, Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson says the space-tourism venture would still "love to finish what we started."