Rachel Feltman is Science Editor at Popular Science in New York, New York.
Plus, autumn in the era of climate change and the role fungi play in the gut microbiome.
NASA is preparing a year-long test to examine how off-the-shelf supercomputers might withstand radiation in space.
Plus, involuntary manslaughter charges are brought against several officials in connection with the Flint, Michigan water crisis.
The Cassini spacecraft is in the midst of a series of dives through Saturn’s rings.
New executive orders from the Trump White House turn back elements of the Obama administration’s climate change policies.
A male contraceptive gel prevented pregnancies for a year in rhesus monkeys.
Pluto may be the source of the wispy red cap on the north pole of its moon Charon.
Science journalist Rachel Feltman discusses a newly discovered exoplanet neighbor, and other stories from the week in science.