The Caldor Fire, one of the largest in California's history, has been blazing since Aug. 14, 2021.
With 11 crewmembers, two SpaceX Crew Dragon missions and a Russian module mishap, it's been a busy mission! See photos of the Expedition 65 crew in action.
From fist bumps at JPL to Mars donuts at Krispy Kreme and Red Planet billboards in New York City, people went all out for the Perseverance rover's landing.
At 4:18pm EDT (2018 GMT) on March 26, 2020, United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket blasted off of Earth, carrying a satellite for the United States Space Force.
In April 1970, NASA launched three Apollo 13 astronauts to land on the moon. But disaster struck on the way there, and the landing was scrapped. See photos of Apollo 13's epic survival mission here.
Australia's deadly wildfires have killed at least 28 people since they began in September 2019 and continued into January 2020. Here's the view from space by NASA satellites.
SpaceX launched its third batch of 60 Starlink satellites on Jan. 6, 2020, on a Falcon 9 rocket. See photos of the mission here!
The year 2019 was an amazing one for space photography. From rocket launches to the northern lights, here's 100 cosmic views dazzled us as the year made its annual trip around the sun.
In 2019, NASA practiced ways to extract astronauts from SpaceX's Crew Dragon and Boeing's Starliner space capsules. See photos of those very different emergency services here.
On Oct. 16, 2019, Virgin Galactic unveiled the sleek blue jumpsuits, jackets and other gear its passengers will wear on space tourist flights. See more photos of the novel new spacewear line!
Hazzaa Ali Almansoori is the first astronaut of the United Arab Emirates. He launched on his first space mission on Sept. 25, 2019. See photos of Almansoori's mission in this Space.com gallery.
See photos from Expedition 60 space mission here, including astronaut photos and views of Earth from space!
See how the Expedition 58 crew have lived, laughed and worked at the International Space Station in this photo gallery.