2021 is "virtually certain" to be one of the top 10 hottest years on record, and "fire clouds," could become a summer staple, scientists revealed in a monthly briefing today (Aug. 19).
Beloved "Star Trek" actress Nichelle Nichols is caught in the middle of a conservatorship battle as she fights her own battle with dementia.
Blue Origin is now suing NASA in its latest attempt to push back against the agency's decision to award SpaceX its moon lander contract.
Venus is the brightest planet in our solar system, has a hellish atmosphere and is covered in volcanoes. Learn more about Venus here.
In just one month, SpaceX will make history with Inspiration4 — the world's first all-civilian spaceflight — the mission's crew couldn't be more excited.
NASA's Perseverance rover's first sample collection didn't go as planned due to trouble with a "unique" and unexpectedly powdery Mars rock.
Boeing's Starliner capsule is still under repair as the company works to figure out what's going on with its faulty valves.
Because of anticipated delays in spacesuit development, it is "not feasible" for NASA to land humans on the moon by the agency's hopeful deadline of 2024, a report has found.
Scientists are using infrared to better explore Jupiter's moon Ganymede, the largest moon in our solar system.
Boeing is still hoping to achieve an August launch date for its Starliner capsule amid continuing technical problems with the spacecraft.
Following a serious incident at the International Space Station last Thursday (July 29), Russia and the U.S. have reaffirmed their partnership and shared next steps to move forward.
A weather satellite has recovered from a brief anomaly and is back to studying Earth and its ongoing wildfires.
Astronauts are eager to see Boeing's Starliner spacecraft launch to space today (Aug. 3), despite issues with the capsule's previous uncrewed spaceflight.
A Russian module accidentally pushed the International Space Station out of place. Now, a NASA flight director has revealed that the event was even more serious than initially reported.
Blue Origin's protest against NASA's decision to not hire the company to build its next human moon lander has been shut down by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Retired NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg has teamed up with apparel company SvahaUSA to create a "Dinos in Space" clothing line.
The Federal Aviation Administration has changed their qualifications for commercial astronaut wings, and Blue Origin's first flight crew might no longer be eligible.
Have you looked up this week to see a bright red moon or sun? Wildfires from as far as thousands of miles away are turning the sky colors.
NASA's Perseverance rover is preparing to collect its first samples on Mars, a milestone that could happen within the next two weeks, agency officials announced today (July 21).