The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) observed a comet diving directly into the sun yesterday (Aug. 15).
The James Webb Space Telescope could gather critical information about the atmospheres of planets in the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system, one new study finds.
After over 10 weeks of protests in Hong Kong, a satellite has captured an image of Chinese military vehicles gathering in Shenzhen.
The largest planets in our solar system could have drifted away from the sun much sooner than scientists previously thought, one new study suggests.
Jupiter's dilute core could have been formed by a head-on collision 4.5 billion years ago, one new study suggests.
Veteran "Star Trek" actors who will appear in "Star Trek: Picard" remember their introductions to the show.
"Mad" Mike Hughes will have to wait until this weekend to launch after having issues with the water heater for his steam-powered rocket.
Tonight, Aug. 12, Uranus will reverse direction and begin a westward, retrograde loop that will last into mid-January, 2020.
On Aug. 5, 2019, the Orion spacecraft's main engine successfully completed a critical propulsion test.
This weekend, flat-Earther and amateur rocketeer "Mad" Mike Hughes will attempt to launch himself 5,000 feet into the air.
The surviving cores of planets orbiting dead stars emit radio waves that scientists can detect from Earth for up to a billion years, one new study has found.
ILC Dover and Collins Aerospace unveiled a prototype of the Next Generation Space Suit system, which astronauts may use on the moon and Mars.
Today (Aug. 6), the Cygnus CRS-11 cargo spacecraft undocked from the space station to begin a secondary mission.
Fifty years ago today, the astronaut spent his birthday in quarantine after returning from the moon.
In June, Bumble the Astrobee took its first flight in microgravity aboard the International Space Station.
While the first astronauts ate food cubes, future astronauts might have food that's very different — and possibly even fresh vegetables.
On Aug. 10, an asteroid about the size of the Empire State Building will pass close by Earth, but it will not hit us.
The Apollo lunar rovers have been recognized as historic landmarks in Kent, Washington, where they were built at the Boeing Space Center.
The Planetary Society has declared mission success for LightSail 2 after the craft was observed raising its orbit with the power of sunlight alone.
Wines that Rock has released a brand-new "Star Trek" wine collection featuring two wines inspired by Jean-Luc Picard and the United Federation of Planets.
One physicist has developed a new method of studying exoplanets that could help scientists to determine their motion and whether or not they could host life.
When women entered NASA's astronaut corps, the agency had a tough time figuring out what they might need.
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