If liquid water indeed exists under the south polar ice cap of Mars, it has to be due to volcanic activity, a new study suggests.
Coding will become even more important in space exploration as humans explore faraway places, says a Canadian astronaut candidate in a new video.
As Blue Origin aims for a human launch by the end of the year, the future space-tourism company released a video calling for reusability to lower the cost of spaceflight.
Scientists with NASA will unveil the latest climate trends and global temperature measurements for Earth today (Feb. 6) and you can follow the announcement live online.
A new Amazon advertisement shows twin astronaut brothers Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly accidentally causing worldwide power blips in an event nicknamed "The Incident."
The aviation giant aims to take astronauts to the International Space Station in a capsule that is similar to Apollo spacecraft.
The space shuttle Columbia broke up on Feb. 1, 2003, killing its seven-member crew. An investigation led to changes in NASA procedures.
To celebrate 20 years of the Force being with Lego Star Wars fans, the Lego Group has designed five new special-edition sets featuring ships from all over the galaxy.
Today, only the Russians regularly bring people to space. By the end of 2019, several private U.S. companies could join them — including Blue Origin, which announced its intentions last week.
Time to change your desktop pictures. The Hubble Space Telescope just produced an amazing panorama image of the Triangulum Galaxy, one of the closest galactic neighbors to Earth.
Neurologist, astronaut, wildlife photographer, nonprofit founder, public speaker, inspirer of countless children for a generation — is there anything that Roberta Bondar can't do?
What's the next frontier for retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent nearly a year in space; and twin retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, who flew multiple times on the space shuttle?
A cherry moon in a cold sky kept skywatchers looking up yesterday (Jan. 20) as the moon passed into the Earth's shadow.
Skywatchers wowed by the spectacular "blood moon" eclipse last night (Jan. 20) are probably asking, "When do we get an encore?"
If the rays of the setting or rising sun hit the moon just right, the moon appears to turn red or ruddy-brown. This is called a blood moon.
Skywatchers in North America will get a celestial treat late Sunday (Jan. 20) and early Monday (Jan. 21), when the moon goes into eclipse and turns blood-red.