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The final frontier - now opening for everyone.
We're on a mission to make life multiplanetary. So our community is helping to crowdfund the first private asteroid mission
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The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, but most people still have a negative view of the future.
We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media.
Warp News will help to balance that with fact-based, optimistic news.
Our articles are always based on facts and science.
We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas and collaboration.
Watch Mathias Sundin, founder and CEO of Warp News, with a brief history of innovation and knowledge.
"The next great acceleration in innovation will come from global communities."
By balancing the negativity in the media, Warp News will help drive more optimism about the future.
What do you know about all the inventions that began to be used in space but then became enormously widespread on Earth? Do our Warp Quiz, test your skills, share the results and challenge your friends!
The world's first crew of "amateur astronauts" are in orbit around the Earth, in the spacecraft SpaceX Crew Dragon. They will be there for three days before returning to Earth during the weekend.
An important step towards making space travel a routine occurrence is the ability to frequently use the same craft. Dawn aerospace intends to fly multiple times per day.
The Earth's resources are limited. But not far away from our planet, there is an abundance. Asteroid mining is becoming increasingly feasible – in this article, you get an Edge on what lies ahead.
Those who think the new space race is about billionaires wasting money have no clue about the value of space exploration. The future of humanity is out there, writes Alexander Engelin.
The idea of space belonging to all humans is stronger than ever before.