The U.S. Air Force conducted an early-morning suborbital test of an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM, on Wednesday (Sept. 7).
The moon sets early on Thursday (Sept. 1), making the sky extra dark for viewing clusters of stars throughout the Milky Way galaxy with a backyard telescope.
Pentagon leadership will meet next week to discuss the growing threat from new types of space weapons being developed by Russia and China.
An experimental high-altitude drone being tested in conjunction with the United States Army has ended its epic flight just hours before breaking the world record for longest flight duration.
Space weather watchers observed a series of powerful flares between Aug. 27 and Aug. 29, the most powerful of which registered as a moderate M8-class flare.
Lego is teaming up with NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida to bring a unique hands-on building and learning experience to the Artemis 1 launch scheduled for Monday (Aug. 29).
Riding aboard the Orion spacecraft during the Artemis 1 mission will be an Alexa-enabled assistant named Callisto designed to change how astronauts interact with their spacecraft and ground crews.
NASA astronauts shared a series of images showing them performing a flyby of the Artemis 1 Space Launch System rocket as it sits on the launch pad.
The U.S. Space Force just completed a major joint training exercise that saw participants engage in "simulated on-orbit combat engagements."
International satellite services firm Intelsat has lost control of one of its broadcast satellites after it was presumably disabled by space weather.
The world's largest airline has agreed to buy 20 Boom Supersonic Overture jets, expected to carry passengers at twice the speeds of conventional passenger aircraft.
Satellite images have revealed the extent of damage at Russia's Saki Air Base on Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, currently occupied by Russian military forces.
The Pentagon is speaking out against Russia's launch of a spy satellite believed to be shadowing one of its American counterparts closely in the same orbit.
The Space Force has conducted a demonstration using "robot dogs" for security patrols and other repetitive tasks.
Tourism officials in Florida's Space Coast are expecting a massive influx of tourists for the upcoming Artemis 1 moon mission, the first launch for NASA's Space Launch System rocket.
Blue Origin's New Shepard vehicle carried six people on a roughly 10-minute flight today (Aug. 4) — a brief mission, but long enough to change the passengers' lives forever.
Hundreds of thousands of people used flight-tracking websites to follow the path of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's historic flight into Taiwan on Tuesday (Aug. 2).
The rocket will carry the Space-Based Infrared System Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Flight 6 (SBIRS Geo-6) satellite into orbit.
Virgin Galactic has acquired land for a new astronaut campus and training facility in New Mexico close to Spaceport America.
Weather satellites operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have revealed "explosive growth" in a massive wildfire currently burning in northern California.
The stamp commemorates the start of the telescope's science mission and depicts the telescope's iconic golden honeycomb mirror and its large sunshields in space.
The experimental Airbus Zephyr drone has been airborne for over 42 straight days, setting a new record for an uncrewed flight.
The head of Russia's space agency Roscosmos has announced that Russia will leave the International Space Station after 2024 following multiple controversies.
NASA is funding multiple commercial space stations, but some experts are concerned these will not be ready by the time the ISS is retired.
Intense geomagnetic storms are possible in the coming days as Earth's magnetic field is bombarded by a solar storm cloud.