Allie Hutchison

Allie Hutchison recently decided to become a journalist after working as a researcher in seismology. She hold a PhD in geophysics and is currently working on a master’s in journalism at NYU (remotely) while she travels the world and writes.

Science

10 years ago, the Curiosity rover arrived on Mars — and revolutionized the hunt for alien life

Armed with a suite of instruments, the rover was able to tackle the Red Planet like never before.

Innovation
Innovation
Science

30 years ago, one tiny space probe's comet flybys defied all scientific expectations

The Giotto probe paved the way for Dawn, Rosetta, and so much more.

Togetherness

15 years ago, 1,000 space experts sketched out humanity’s future on the Moon

The Global Exploration Strategy is a blueprint for understanding space policy today.

SpaceTime
SpaceTime

10 years ago, one SpaceX launch showed NASA they could work with Elon Musk

“This mission heralds the dawn of a new era of space exploration.”

HORIZONS
Space Time
SpaceTime
SpaceTime
Spacetime

50 years ago, NASA sent a message to aliens — and sparked a Solar System mystery

A mere fifty years ago, Pioneer 10 launched and became the first unmanned mission to Jupiter. The mission revealed new details about the Solar System — and sent a message to aliens.