The documentary "14 Minutes From Earth," which just premiered on Netflix, shows the secrecy behind, and the excitement following, the highest free-fall jump ever.
Trailing sparks between their wingsuits, the Red Bull Air Force swept into Los Angeles from above on Thursday (March 20) to celebrate the third and final supermoon of 2019.
A European Vega rocket launched the Italian Earth-observation satellite PRISMA into orbit late Thursday (March 21).
A new documentary, "Apollo 11," includes a trove of unseen film footage of the July 1969 launch that brought two humans to the surface of the moon.
Rigel is the brightest star in Orion, and will eventually explode into a supernova, most astronomers say.
A new image from the venerable Hubble Space Telescope shows what happens when two galaxies collide — an experience our own Milky Way will have in a few billion years.
Two U.S. astronauts will make the first all-female spacewalk in history on March 29, if all goes to plan — just in time for Women's History Month.
The first Martian "mole" encountered some obstacle underground as the NASA InSight lander dug below the surface, NASA reported.
It was 40 years ago today (March 5) that Voyager 1 flew past Jupiter, revealing a surprising planetary system that includes moons of ice and fire.
NASA's Lunar Gateway space station project has secured its first international partnership. Canada pledged to contribute a "Canadarm3" smart robotic arm to repair and maintain the Gateway.
Jupiter, the biggest planet of the solar system, will get close to the moon in the dawn sky on Wednesday (Feb. 27). Saturn and Venus will be visible as well, so here's how to take a look at them.
Ride along with Virgin Galactic at the edge of space in an incredible new YouTube video from the SpaceShipTwo suborbital rocket, VSS Unity, and its carrier aircraft, WhiteKnightTwo.
Young stars can hide, but Hubble's good at seeking them out. The famed space telescope spotted the "smoking gun" of a newborn star about 1,000 light-years away from Earth.
Are those really baby frogs swimming out from the sun? A NASA spacecraft spotted jets shaped like tadpoles in regions of intense solar magnetic activity.
The asteroid or comet that smacked into Earth 66 million years ago might not be the only culprit behind the dinosaurs' demise.