An uncrewed Russian cargo ship is swapping parking spots at the International Space Station.
The full moon of Wednesday (Oct. 21), known by many as the "Hunter's Moon," provided a celestial treat for skywatchers around the world.
NASA's next space station launch is set for Halloween and will put four more astronauts into space on a SpaceX rocket.
New Horizons was the first spacecraft to visit dwarf planet Pluto and Kuiper Belt object Arrokoth. The spacecraft is still actively exploring the solar system.
The 24th Annual International Mars Society Convention begins Thursday (Oct. 17), and you can watch the whole thing online for free.
The moon stars in live webcasts tonight NASA and lunar enthusiasts celebrate International Observe the Moon 2021.
The Orionid meteor shower is peaks in the early morning of Wednesday, Oct. 20, but a bright full moon will disrupt viewing until shortly before dawn.
The Lucy mission will carry on the NASA deep-space tradition of bringing a commemorative plaque along for the cosmic ride.
The 'Star Trek' captain says he was 'overwhelmed' by contemplating life on our planet as he looked down at it from space.
NASA is getting ready to launch a new science spacecraft Saturday (Oct. 16) to study asteroids near Jupiter, and you can watch mission coverage live all week.
We finally have our first look at William Shatner's first real trip to space after decades portraying a legendary "Star Trek" captain and it looks like the view was amazing.
Blue Origin's NS-18 crew, starring "Star Trek" captain William Shatner, is officially "go" for a real-life spaceflight on Wednesday (Oct. 13).
The space shuttle Columbia broke up on Feb. 1, 2003, killing its seven-member crew. An investigation led to changes in NASA procedures.
NASA's next asteroid-bound mission to explore the earliest days of our solar system is nearly ready to launch.
A new YouTube original follows a group of kids who go on a scavenger hunt with clues delivered from the International Space Station, with Vice President Kamala Harris assisting.