Noor Al-Sibai

Noor Al-Sibai

China and Russia’s Moon Base Alliance May Be Falling Apart

Throwing Shade China may have chosen the shadiest way to broadcast issues in its space collaboration with Russia — by simply removing the country's name from presentations at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris. As SpaceNews reports, China advertised that it was looking for new international collaborators "while omitting mention of main partner Russia" at […]

Webb and Hubble Release Amazing Views of NASA’s Asteroid Collision

DARTing About In a stunning example of intergenerational showmanship, the Hubble and the James Webb space telescopes have released some incredible views of NASA's asteroid-smashing mission, which the observatories captured before, during, and after its groundbreaking collision test. As noted by the European Space Agency, these incredible images of NASA's Double Asteroid Reduction Test (DART) […]

Chinese Rover Finds Evidence of Ancient Floods on Mars

Into the Deep Researchers keep finding evidence that water once existed on Mars — and this time, their findings suggest it flowed in Biblical proportions. A newly-published study in the Nature journal details how researchers used the first-ever radar imager data from China's Zhurong Mars rover to peer below the Red Planet's surface, where they found […]