The Colorado-built Kepler Space Telescope is giving an unexpected boost to the study of quakes in stars, or "asteroseismology." Yes, that's a thing.
University of Colorado scientist Torin Clark and his team received a research grant for what's called Turbolift from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program.
University of Colorado scientist Jay McMahon tells Colorado Matters the "soft bot" could adhere to an asteroid using something called van der Waals principles.
Chris Dreyer of the Colorado School of Mines is part of a team that will present at NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts program, which holds its symposium in Denver this week.
A Colorado scientist reflects on a mission that snapped astonishing pictures of massive storms, and revealed tantalizing prospects for life on Saturn's moons. Cassini will crash into the ringed planet on Friday.
A record skydive from 26 miles up was survivable because of a special suit that protected against extreme cold, blood-boiling low pressure and supersonic speeds, explains the Denver-based lead engineer.