While the impact may be hypothetical, these space-saviors are still hustling.
This ultra rare event will be viewable in the United States.
NASA's latest blunder is piquing the interest of those keeping an eye on Mother Russia's meddling ways.
Houston, we have a problem.
The announcement comes just weeks after Russia announced that they themselves would be traveling to the moon, and looking to verify that the United States has...
This isn't even the first time that this sentiment has been expressed by the Russians.
Al Gore will undoubtedly be inconvenienced by the news.
Did E.T. just do a 70,000mph drive by?
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to step on the moon after Neil Armstrong, is no delicate snowflake. In fact, he once literally punched a man in...