In the savage landscape of the Atacama Desert in Chile a unique machine, called an ALMA transporter, awaits the delicate job of transporting ALMA antennas to various positions.
Saturn's moon Tethys has a gigantic crater named Odysseus and Cassini captured a unique view of the crater and its central peaks that resembles an eyeball gazing into space.
Cassini sent home an image of Saturn and its rings impossible to capture from anywhere else in the galaxy.
Cassini captured an insightful image of Saturn's icy moon Mimas and its defining feature, Herschel Crater and Herschel peak.
Hubble captured an image of a beautiful collision in IRAS 14348-1447, an ultraluminous infrared galaxy in deep space.
A new process of testing the aerodynamic forces acting on rocket's entails NASA painting rockets with special pink pressure-sensitive paint and conducting test in a wind tunnel.
From Newbury Park, California, the International Space Station streaks across the sun in this composite image by NASA photographer Joel Kowsky.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft made the closest-ever pass by Saturn's moon Pandora as its grand finale begins.
Though it was challenging, these 16 images took top ranking among all those taken from the ISS this year.
During its second pass around Mars, ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter composed never-before-seen detailed images of the moon Phobos.
Saturn's moon Mimas appears to be about to crash into the rings, but they are actually some distance apart.
See photos from the 2016 science fiction space film "Passengers" starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence as astronauts on an interstellar voyage.
While it seems Saturn's rings eclipse the tiny, icy Mimas, scientists expect the actual mass of the rings may be close to or even less than that of Saturn's miniscule moon.
A stunning image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope suggests that galaxy NGC 1222 is in the midst of gobbling up two smaller galaxies.
Three new crewmembers blasted off in a Soyuz rocket Nov. 17, beginning their two-day journey to the International Space Station. See photos of the launch and crew here.
NASA's plans to use a tried-and-true, 50-year-old technology — the RL10 rocket engine — to propel the Space Launch System into deep space.
Expedition 49 Crew, including NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, landed safely in Kazakhstan after 115 days in space.