NASA has launched its DART mission to practice what the agency might do if planet Earth were threatened by a wayward asteroid.
NASA will launch a mission to crash into an asteroid (on purpose) overnight tonight and you can watch it live.
The James Webb Space Telescope will have to wait a few more days before taking to the skies after an unexpected incident.
Across the globe, nations and space companies alike are speaking out about Russia's anti-satellite (ASAT) test that forced astronauts in space to take cover.
Later this month, NASA will launch a mission to smack an asteroid into a new orbit to prepare for the possibility that an asteroid in the future might threaten Earth. But don't worry.
For longer than science fiction has even existed, humans have been fascinated with (and terrified by) the prospect of space rocks falling to Earth. But why?
Russia conducted an anti-satellite test (ASAT), generating hundreds of thousands of pieces of debris and threatening the safety of astronauts on the International Space Station, the U.S. confirmed.
Suspicions swirl that Russia may have conducted an anti-satellite test that created the debris field that's causing astronauts on the International Space Station to seek refuge, reports suggest.
This November is Native American Heritage Month, and NASA is taking the opportunity to highlight its indigenous scientists, engineers and more.
A lot goes into a SpaceX launch, and that includes preparing for the possibility that things might not go according to plan.
The first (and only) black hole to ever have its snapshot taken from Earth shoots out vast jets of plasma that travel near the speed of light, new computer models show.
Groups of walruses gathering on land are so large they're visible from space. Unfortunately, the reason why doesn't bode well for the animals' future.
While NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has faced countless obstacles and delays in its more than decade in the making, the observatory's most difficult days lie ahead in the coming months.
For more than 30 years, one Texas family has shown their support for NASA mission control with a simple gesture: sending flowers.
A new physics breakthrough shows how Einstein's theory of general relativity continues to hold up, even for "balding" black holes.
Two NASA astronauts in space right now have some ideas about what the future may hold in low-Earth orbit (LEO), and what they hope to see in a commercial space station.
NASA is less than one month away from launching humanity's first-ever asteroid-deflecting mission, known as DART, short for "Double Asteroid Redirection Test."