For billions of years, the Earth's only natural satellite has been bombarded with asteroids. Surely, it's been the target of space rocks in the past.
After solving the problem of dining in space, astronauts need to think about the next natural step!
Would food fly off a plate in space? Would astronauts have digestive problems? Learn the science behind space food!
If recent research is correct, the blackness between stars harbors more excitement than you could possibly comprehend.
Why is the earth round? Why isn't it a cube or a pyramid?
An asteroid will whiz by Earth at 29,000 miles per hour. That could cause a big impact, but do we really have anything to worry about?
Everyone knows what gold is, but the commodity's stellar origins might come as a bit of a surprise.
Why are the planets where they are instead of somewhere else?
LEGO? Really? Yes, LEGO is being used as a model for an upcoming asteroid landing.
Do you love Twitter? Well, @momentofscience compiled a list of top Twitter accounts all science lovers should follow. Who do you follow on Twitter?