The self-published book topped the site's bestselling print and new releases lists.
The Black Brant XII rocket took off as part of the KiNET-X mission to investigate how energy from the sun interacts with the Earth's magnetic field.
If all goes to plan, China could become only the second country to operate a rover on Mars for an extended period.
The launch of the rocket, which is carrying a payload for the KiNet-X mission, has been postponed seven times.
A Finnish artist who turned his camera skyward 25 years ago has completed an unprecedented image of the Milky Way.
Russia put out a casting announcement for the film months after Cruise said he would film a movie in space.
A live webcast is due to broadcast the takeoff of the Kinet-X Black Brant XII sounding rocket on Wednesday following a series of delays.
The test marks a key milestone in the lead up to the launch on October 31, 2021.
NASA's CNEOS department has tracked the asteroid since 2015. It is due to make a close approach this week.
The decades-old probe is currently more than 14 billion miles away from our planet and has detected a "hum" of plasma.
A Black Brant XII rocket launched from Wallops Island will release a colorful cloud of barium vapor that should be visible to millions across parts of the U.S.
A Chinese Communist Party-aligned newspaper also dismissed fears about the rocket's landing as "fussiness."
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said: "It is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris."
China said that a "vast majority" of its rocket expected to plummet back to Earth over the weekend will burn on its re-entry and poses a low threat.
"We simply don't know where it's going to land," Dr. Michael Kaku said.
The rocket will help scientists study the Earth's magnetic field lines by releasing a cloud of vapor.
Ingenuity will ascend to an altitude of 16 feet during its next flight.
The rocket launched on April 29 as part of a Chinese space station mission, and has since been in a slowly decaying orbit.
A Chinese newspaper aligned with the country's government published a story that downplays the Pentagon's monitoring of potentially dangerous space debris from a Chinese rocket as "nothing but Western hype."
It is imperative that space be deemed a strategic component of critical national infrastructure.
It is still unknown exactly where or when the Long March 5B rocket will re-enter our planet's atmosphere.
The company launched another batch of the internet-beaming satellites on Tuesday as the orbiting network continues to grow.
"Exploration is a global endeavor, each milestone contributing to humanity's understanding of the universe, and we look forward to China's contributions to increased scientific understanding," NASA told Newsweek.
The same model of rocket, a Long March 5B, is expected to re-enter Earth's atmosphere this year. But it is not clear where.
To mark National Astronaut Day, astronaut Mike Fincke told Newsweek about the highs and lows of spending over a year in space—including the nail-biting moment a spacewalk went wrong.
U.S. officials said the location can only be pinpointed within hours of reentry, but other experts said the impact will be minimal.
The path of the Long March 5B is being estimated using a tracker website, though it is still unclear where the giant rocket will fall.
Republicans have criticized Harris for not visiting the southern border despite being in charge of administration's response.