Jeremy Bulloch, the actor who originally portrayed bounty hunter Boba Fett in the first "Star Wars" trilogy (1977-1983), died Thursday (Dec. 17) at age 75.
"Green run" tests on NASA's SLS megarocket are moving forward again after problems with ground equipment earlier this month pushed the testing behind.
The director of the new comet-impact Hollywood film "Greenland" says he tried to become his "own afficionado" in researching the science of small bodies in space.
India successfully launched a communications satellite into orbit Thursday (Dec. 17) to provide service across the country's mainland and some island regions.
Satellites in orbit have captured stunning views of the powerful Nor'easter that dropped snow on a wide swath of the U.S. Northeast on Wednesday and Thursday (Dec. 16-17).
If a threatening comet was bearing down on Earth with no hope of deflection, what would happen next?
Time is running out for NASA to send the Space Launch System aloft for an uncrewed moon-roundtrip mission by November 2021.
Russia's new Angara A5 heavy-lift rocket launched on tis second test flight from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia on Dec. 14, 2020.
China has successfully launched a pair of satellites into space to learn more about gravitational waves, or echoes in space-time from huge mergers or cosmic events.
The Geminid meteor shower peaks the night of Dec. 13-14. This guide tells you the best times and places to see these shooting stars (no equipment necessary).
NASA released its science definition report for Artemis 3 to prioritize its work for the first crewed lunar surface mission, set for 2024
Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft is about to deliver a precious sample of asteroid dust to Earth late Friday, Dec. 4 (EST), and you can watch the event live.
A misunderstood piece of space junk whizzed by Earth Tuesday (Dec. 1), but don't worry, it's just part of an old moon mission's rocket.
The FalconEye 2 satellite safely made it to orbit tonight (Dec. 1) after a predecessor was destroyed during launch in 2019.
Gut-wrenching pictures and video documented the beginning of the end for the Arecibo Observatory, one of the world's most iconic telescopes.
India plans to launch a new orbiter to Venus a year later than planned in 2024, according to media reports, although the country's space agency hasn't published an update to its website yet.