Two major U.S. defense contractors announced the successful test flight of the Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept, or HAWC, on Monday (July 18).
Two private companies, Relativity Space and Impulse Space, unveiled plans for the first commercial flight to Mars in 2024 using reusable rockets.
Russia has dismissed its controversial space agency chief Dmitry Rogozin following multiple international controversies.
The largest full moon of 2022, the Buck Moon put on quite a show for moongazers all over the world yesterday (July 13).
NASA's Mars Ingenuity helicopter is taking a break during the dust-filled Martian winter that makes it difficult for the helicopter to charge its batteries.
Now that the world has gotten a glimpse of what the James Webb Space Telescope is capable of, astronomers around the world await their opportunity to pore over the data gathered by the telescope.
The XL-Calibur telescope will measure the X-ray emissions from black holes and neutron stars in our galaxy.
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover is scouting for landing sites that could be used by spacecraft that will fly the rover's many Martian samples back to Earth.
NASA's Perseverance rover has snagged its ninth sample from the Martian surface, collecting material that was once part of an ancient river delta.
NASA has released which celestial objects the first science images from the James Webb Space Telescope will show.
NASA issued a statement formally condemning Russia's blatant misuse of the International Space Station for propaganda purposes.
Recent Google Earth images reveal construction at what appears to be a sophisticated laser system at a Russian space facility designed to blind adversary satellites.
The records keep falling for the U.S. Space Force's robotic X-37B space plane, which has now spent 781 days in orbit on its latest mission.
Russia's federal space agency recently shared images of its cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station brandishing the flags of two Russian-backed separatist territories in eastern Ukraine.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences has selected candidates for its next round of space missions, which are projected to launch between 2026 and 2030.
A new study suggests that high-impact exercise could help astronauts limit bone loss while in space.
The United States Space Force has activated a new unit that is tasked with providing "critical intelligence on threat systems, foreign intentions and activities in the space domain."
A NASA JPL concept aims to send tiny swimming robots to explore oceans on other planets and moons in our solar system.
The latest delay will allow teams more time to assess and mitigate the consequences of elevated propellant vapor readings inside Dragon's propulsion system.
A Cygnus spacecraft reboosted the International Space Station to its normal operating altitude on June 25, 2022.