Sarah Lewin,

Sarah Lewin

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Relive Apollo with Author Doug Brinkley at NYC's Intrepid Museum

If you're in New York City on Friday, June 14, get ready for the 50th anniversary of Apollo at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum with historian and author Douglas Brinkley. → Read More

In Photos: Einstein's 1919 Solar Eclipse Experiment Tests General Relativity

Here's how scientists verified Albert Einstein's theory of relativity using a total solar eclipse. → Read More

Alien Minds, Alien Tech (and Spiders, Too): Q&A With Sci-Fi Author Adrian Tchaikovsky

'Children of Ruin' probes alien minds of terrestrial and extraterrestrial origin. → Read More

'Apollo's Legacy': Space Historian Talks Lunar Science, Politics — and a Return to the Moon

NASA's Apollo program was transformational technologically, scientifically and politically, and it reverberates today in how the country sees itself and its accomplishments. → Read More

'Exhalation' Collection Will Expand Your Mind: A Q&A with Short Story Author Ted Chiang

Ted Chiang's latest collection of short stories, "Exhalation" (Knopf 2019) invites the mind to stretch and bend around thorny questions of physics, consciousness, free will and storytelling. → Read More

Picard Faces Psychological Drama in New 'Star Trek' Series

The former Starfleet captain Jean-Luc Picard's (Patrick Stewart) later years sound full of inner conflict in an upcoming 'Star Trek' series. → Read More

'Improved' Gravitational-Wave Detectors Rake in Five Exciting Finds in a Month

Just a month into a new observing round after significant improvements, gravitational-wave detectors have already used ripples in space-time to pinpoint five collisions of cosmic proportions. → Read More

Weird Science: Nanoparticles, Algae and Organs on Chips to Launch on SpaceX Dragon

Here's the carbon-watching, drug-carrying, organ-simulating science headed to space on SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft. → Read More

The Space Age Invades Marvel's Cinematic Universe

Marvel's "Ant-Man" had minimal relation to space, but there have always been references to the space industry in the movies, and more space coming soon. → Read More

Ryugu Proves Perilous Target in Asteroid-Mining Thriller 'Delta-V'

In "Delta-V" (Dutton, 2019) by Daniel Suarez, out today (April 23), an unpredictable billionaire recruits an adventurous cave diver to join the first-ever effort to mine an asteroid. → Read More

SpaceX Cargo Launch Still On Track Despite Crew Dragon Anomaly, NASA Says

While NASA and SpaceX are still looking into the accident that interrupted an uncrewed test of SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule April 20, NASA officials say the company's upcoming space station launch is still on target. → Read More

Lyrid Meteor Shower 2019 Peaks Overnight Tonight and Monday!

The Lyrid meteor shower peaks in the early mornings April 22 and 23, 2019. → Read More

Blastoff! How to See a Rocket Launch In Person This Year

You can watch a rocket blast off as long as your plans are flexible. Here’s a guide to each of this year's U.S. launch locations and dates. → Read More

Science Channel Chronicles Israel's 1st Moon Mission in Documentary Tonight

A new documentary April 15 from Science Channel follows SpaceIL's Beresheet mission, the Israeli moon lander that failed and crashed into the lunar surface. → Read More

Landmark NASA Twins Study Reveals Space Travel's Effects on the Human Body

Results are finally published on NASA's Twins Study, which followed astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly as Scott spent nearly a year on the International Space Station. → Read More

Wow! Astronaut Spots Cargo Ship Launch from Space Station (Photo)

Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques snapped a photo of a Russian cargo spacecraft's zigzag launch trail from the International Space Station this morning (April 4). → Read More

Space Debris from India's Anti-Satellite Test Is a 'Terrible, Terrible Thing,' NASA Chief Says

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine had harsh words for India, which launched an anti-satellite missile test that Bridenstine says created dangerous debris. → Read More

India's Anti-Satellite Test Created Dangerous Debris, NASA Chief Says

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine had harsh words for India, which launched an anti-satellite missile test that Bridenstine says created dangerous debris. → Read More

This Epic R2-D2 Observatory is Totally the Droid We've Been Looking For

Germany's Zweibrücken Observatory bears a striking resemblance to a beloved 'Star Wars' sidekick. → Read More

NASA Aims to Accelerate SLS Megarocket for 2024 Moon Push

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said that speeding up production of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket is absolutely essential to getting humans to the moon by 2024. → Read More