SpaceX has released a video of a Falcon 9 rocket stage's first 'soft' landing in the Atlantic Ocean. Instead of splashing down like a traditional rocket, the stage used thrusters and 25-foot 'legs' to gently touch down in the ocean, the company reported.
By wetting the sand in front of a contraption built to pull the heavy objects, ancient Egyptians were able to accomplish the seemingly impossible task of building the great pyramids, according to a new study.
In response to US sanctions aimed at Russia's space industry, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin suggested that US astronauts get to the space station using a trampoline. Given a big enough trampoline, could that actually work?