Expedition 67 cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev, Denis Matveev and Sergey Korsakov will come back to Earth on Thursday (Sept. 29), and you can watch the undocking and landing live.
Watch live early Thursday: Russian cosmonauts departing International Space Station
Three Russian cosmonauts are scheduled to depart the International Space Station Thursday (Sept. 29) at 3:34 a.m. EDT (0734 GMT) and land in Kazakhstan about 3.5 hours later. Watch it live here and read our preview story.
The maker of the Moonwatch is ready to keep time on Mars. Omega has announced the Speedmaster X-33 Marstimer, a new timepiece that can keep track of time and time zones on Earth and the Red Planet.
NASA's Juno probe is all set for a close flyby of Jupiter's icy moon Europa on Thursday (Sept. 29), which could possibly reveal tremendous new insights into Europa's crust and interior.
New research suggests that a strange 'ripple' is causing the Milky Way's stars to vibrate out of step, and an ancient collision with Sagittarius may be to blame.
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The knowledge that we're not alone in the universe could have far-reaching effects on our view of ourselves and our place in the universe. But it's tough to get more specific than that.
In 1961, the US astrophysicist Frank Drake, who passed away on Sept. 2 at the age of 92, came up with an equation to estimate the number of intelligent civilizations in the Milky Way right now.
Reference There are two lunar eclipses in 2022. Our guide tells you how you can see them and when the next lunar eclipses will occur
Reference Lunar eclipses occur when Earth blocks the sun and casts a shadow over the surface of the moon. We explore the different types of lunar eclipses here.
A candy brand is helping children imagine their future in space with the help of aspiring astronaut. Kinder Joy, the sweet treat with a toy, worked with Alyssa Carson to launch its space collection.
In total, five space and Star Wars Lego sets are due to retire soon so you'll have to act soon to grab them while they're here.
Reference Planet Venus will have a flurry of spacecraft visit it in the next few years as scientists seek to learn more about the volcanic, lava-filled planet.