NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has fully deployed its primary mirror for the first time, marking another milestone on its journey to space.
The coronavirus pandemic continues around the world, satellites in space are revealing a radical shift in human behavior.
The small-satellite launch company Virgin Orbit has developed a new ventilator meant to be mass-producible to help support teams taking care of patients affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
When humans return to the moon to stay, where will they live? Well, it turns out they might stay in buildings made out of astronaut pee.
From the comfort and safety of your own home, you can now explore Walt Disney World all by yourself.
Astronauts at the International Space Station are sharing positivity and stunning images of our home planet from their temporary home in orbit.
SpaceX's next launch has been postponed by international travel restrictions imposed because of the growing coronavirus pandemic.
As concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continue to grow, the European Space Agency (ESA) is scaling back on-site personnel and hitting pause on several scientific missions.
With more and more people staying home, astronauts, who have immeasurable experience with isolation, have chimed in with their expert advice.
The first positive case of coronavirus at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida was confirmed today (March 23).
For a brilliant (albeit brief) period of time, Earth had two moons — our tried and true satellite and a miniature space rock pulled into our orbit.
While NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy is safe from contamination in pre-flight quarantine, the growing pandemic is still having a major affect on his upcoming launch.
As satellites orbiting Earth have observed, as coronavirus has progressed, there has been less air pollution over Italy and lowered nitrogen-dioxide emissions over China.
Washing your hands with soap and water is a critical measure to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria that can make us sick.
for decades, astronauts have been quarantined to ensure that they were virus-free and ready to fly (or, in the case of Apollo, to make sure they didn't bring home any "moon bugs.")
NASA has removed the Lunar Gateway from its "critical path" to return humans to the moon by 2024. But the agency has assured that it isn't casting aside its plan for a moon-orbiting space station.
An earlier swap of the two Russian cosmonauts on the crew should pose no issues, but concerns surrounding coronavirus will likely alter the preflight quarantine.
Researchers have identified nitrogen previously thought to be "missing" in comets, helping to solve a longstanding mystery about the icy space rocks.
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