Elon Musk has revealed SpaceX’s plans to debut planet-hopping travel through the use of an interplanetary rocket system at an industry conference.
NASA has announced its plans to construct the Deep Space Gateway; a spaceport orbiting the moon that will pave the way for future space missions.
Clare Garrard explores a meeting with Timothy Ray Brown; the first man to be cured of HIV as a result of stem cell transplants.
SpaceX has filed patent applications for ‘Starlink’ – a new satellite-based, wireless broadband network that may provide gigabit speeds at 25 milliseconds.
A recurrent neural network (artificial intelligence) has taken up the task of writing the next book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series ahead of season 8 of Game of Thrones.
A team of researchers from the University of Washington have created BiliScreen – a smartphone app that can screen for pancreatic cancer by way of taking a selfie.
During August 21st’s eclipse, NASA intends to flight several balloons with bacteria colonies to study how they react and change in space.
Google Street View has been expanded to let armchair explorers visit the International Space Station high above in Earth’s orbit.
Bandwidth Blog’s Editor Theunis van Rensburg and General Manager Bryan Smith recently appeared on SABC 3’s Expresso Show; catch up on their tech updates here!
NASA has announced that it is designing its Double Asteroid Redirection Test to see where it can crash a satellite into an asteroid to avert disaster.