Adam McKay, creator of Netflix's popular satire-comedy movie "Don't Look Up," and climate scientist Kate Marvel talk why the world needs more films like the comet metaphor movie.
A group of astronomers and citizen scientists has uncovered a hidden planet the size of Jupiter in a distant solar system.
A recent bill meant to facilitate NASA raising money by leasing out underused facilities went in a most unexpected direction: expanding the right to vote.
Reference Redshift and blueshift describe the change in the frequency of a light wave depending on whether an object is moving towards or away from us.
As the James Webb Space Telescope begins the lengthy process of aligning its 18 primary mirror segments, astronomers wonder: What will the huge observatory look at first?
The first SLS mission, an uncrewed flight around the moon, is scheduled to launch in March. Crewed missions are slated to follow in 2024 and 2025.
Just weeks after the excitement of launch, the James Webb Space Telescope is already seeking focus in space.
The spacecraft is riding out a dust storm, but the agency said it hopes to resume normal operations next week.
Some of the agency's Earth-observing satellites have been in operation since the late 1990s or early 2000s.
Water was spotted on the moon nearly 15 years ago, but it was detected in real time on the lunar surface only by orbiters before now.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk just gave us a great look at the "launch and catch tower" for the company's massive Starship Mars rocket.
A precise launch and pinpoint mid-course corrections so far have the telescope ready with plenty of propellant.
Work for the James Webb Space Telescope is just beginning after was successfully deployed on Jan. 8.
From a Christmas launch to a tricky deployment, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is now successfully deployed and scientists are thrilled.
A Black Brant IX sounding rocket topped with the DXL experiment launched from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility at midnight EST on Sunday (Jan. 9).
The planet Mercury, typically hard to spot for skywatchers, will be at its greatest distance from the sun in our sky Friday (Jan. 7).
A newly released HD video shows the James Webb Space Telescope flying away from its rocket toward deep space.