Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
What's in a name? Well, for the amateur astronomers and scientists fixated on Jupiter, there's been a recent need to describe its iconic storm as more than just a great red spot.
The 2019 World Science Festival kicks off this week in New York City! Hear from its founder, Brian Greene.
A U.S. venture-capital firm recently led a round of seed investment for Hermeus Corp., a new startup looking to develop a hypersonic aircraft.
Curiosity will be coming 'round the Martian mountain when it comes — and a colorful new animation highlights where exactly the mission is headed.
When stars about the sun's size swell into red giants and finally dwindle into white dwarfs, their planets may be kicked out of the system or consumed.
By staring at the sky for over 200 hours, the Spitzer Space Telescope collected light that finally reached Earth after a 13-billion-year voyage through space.
Telescopes and spacecraft are already watching the skies for potentially hazardous asteroids, but what could be done to actually deflect a dangerous object heading toward Earth?
The first-ever photo of a black hole amazed people across the world. Now, astronomers are aiming to take even sharper pictures of these enigmatic structures by sending radio telescopes into space.
Scientists looked at the boulders found on two diamond-shaped asteroids to glean information about the way asteroids morphed over time.
Look toward the water jar of the constellation Aquarius after midnight this Sunday morning to catch the Eta Aquarid meteor shower.
The band OK Go is accepting submissions through May 6 for its Art in Space contest, inviting students to "dream up your own cool experiments to send into suborbital space."
A new program from National Geographic delves into the Israeli Beresheet mission that attempted to land on the surface of the moon.
The 3D rocket-printing company Relativity announced its second partnership ever, this time with the Thai satellite company mu Space.
On April 18, the European Space Agency released an image featuring the hourglass-shaped Southern Crab Nebula to celebrate the Hubble Space Telescope's birthday coming up next week.
The orange speckles in a new image from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory add another dimension to the first-ever image of a black hole.
Learn how a scientific team used radio telescopes to peer past galactic clouds of dust and gas trying to take the first-ever photograph a black hole.
Astronomers orchestrated radio dish telescopes across the world into an Earth-size virtual camera for a bold new experiment attempting to deliver the first-ever image of a black hole.
A U.S. space and defense software company created two new simulation videos, revealing how the anti-satellite weapon recently launched by India might have looked hitting a satellite in space.
Hear from the future riders of Crew Dragon, the reusable vehicle developed by SpaceX through a partnership with NASA.