They're catching exploding supernovae and voracious black holes in the act.
The crew is set to be the first all-Purdue team to man the Mars Desert Research Station
When you're talking about the Sun, 3.7 million miles is pretty dang close.
His message is simple: Let's grow plants in space.
How Purdue's first astronaut helped propel America into space.
Studying the WIM with the WHAM.
The first African-American crewmember readies for her six-month stay.
It's cutting-edge research at 17,000 mph.
A trio of Terps is getting to see their experiment fly high.
It gives off the same amount of light as a candle, but viewed from 100,000 miles away.