Kiona Smith is a freelance science journalist. She also writes regularly for Ars Technica and Forbes. Based in Tulsa, she shares her office with two dogs, a lizard, and a wildly impractical number of books. Find her on Twitter @KionaSmith07.
5.24.2021 7:00 PM
Astronomers discover a key life ingredient in a dark cloud in deep space
The stuff of your cell walls forms in space before stars do — meaning the seeds of life could be abundant.
5.12.2021 12:00 PM
A volcanic eruption on Mars could help us find life on the planet
Just 50,000 years ago, something big blew up on Mars — meaning the planet could still be geologically active.
Out of this world
4.19.2021 1:08 PM
Ingenuity helicopter video shows NASA’s historic first flight on Mars
NASA has successfully completed the first powered flight on another world with the Ingenuity helicopter.
up up and away
4.10.2021 2:30 PM
Ingenuity first flight date, time, and what's next for the Mars helicopter
Ingenuity is set for lift-off. Here's how the Mars helicopter got to this point, and what happens now.
Mind and Body
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