Rocket Lab showed off its New Zealand launch and rocket-processing facilities in a new video tour.
If you missed Mercury's journey across the sun Monday (Nov. 11), you're in for a bit of a wait for the next sun-transiting planetary occasion.
On Nov. 12, 2014, a European spacecraft named Philae landed on Comet 67P. Then it got lost. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series!
NASA needs more money to meet its goal of landing humans on the moon in 2024, the White House recently warned Congress in a letter.
The tiny planet Mercury scooted across the sun's face today (Nov. 11) for the last time until 2032, and skywatchers around the world had the chance to witness the rare celestial event.
Mercury's march across the sun today (Nov. 11) is due to a weird and wild set of planetary alignments, according to NASA.
Grab your solar eclipse glasses or protected astronomical equipment, because Mercury is marching across the sun as we speak.
The orbiting complex is currently expected to end operations in 2024, but a group from the U.S. Senate proposes making it available for six more years to advance in-space manufacturing.
The planet Mercury is going to cross across the sun today (from Earth's perspective) starting at 7:34 a.m. EST (12:34 p.m. GMT).
Mercury will fly across the sun (from Earth's perspective) on Monday, and NASA has a whole lot of kids' materials ready for the occasion.
The International Space Station will reach an interesting point in its history around the 20th anniversary of continuous human occupation due to the commercial crew program.
A forthcoming virtual reality experience aims to bring more people into the International Space Station, in a way.
It's a long way down as a rocket and its fairing part ways during a launch. An incredible video shows that journey for the nose cone SpaceX will reuse during its next Falcon 9 launch.
If you want to watch the Mercury transit on Monday (Nov. 11) but don't have the proper equipment, you can still find a viewing event near you. Here's how.
Fancy some space wine? A European startup recently launched some of the red stuff to the International Space Station to age in space for 12 months.
The Mercury transit on Nov. 11 will be accessible to amateur astronomers, as long as they have the right equipment to view it safely.
NASA's planet-hunting spacecraft created a spectacular panorama of the southern sky that shows off our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
Both SpaceX and NASA have ideas about how to get humans to the Red Planet, but the founder of the Mars Society says there's a better way to do it.
The long-standing debate over Pluto's planethood recently got a public boost from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, who said the world should definitely be a planet.
A photographic image retoucher turned his artistic eye to the space shuttle program, generating a book with decades-old images that look like they were taken in the digital age.
Smartphone-wielding astronomy buffs can photograph the night sky in more detail than ever using the new Google Pixel 4, the tech company claims.
Spacebit's creepy-crawly robots could soon help explore the mysterious caves and lava tubes on the moon, according to the company's CEO. And the first test mission is expected to fly in 2021.
Future lunar explorers could have smart robots ready to help them thanks to OffWorld, a company that plans a fleet of industrial machines for destinations all over the solar system.
The coming generation of moon explorers should consider using lunar habitats as a test bed for future Mars missions, said a representative from the French space agency.
Hayabusa2's team — despite encountering a rockier surface than expected — made flawless touchdowns twice on an asteroid. Yet there are no plans for a "Hayabusa3," at least right now.
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