Photographers celebrated the first "supermoon" of the year by capturing some breathtaking images of the bigger-than-usual full moon over the U.S. Capitol and New York City.
As India prepares to launch its first astronauts into space, the program will proceed under tighter funding than hoped, at least for the time being.
A disabled satellite that tracks space weather is back online after nine months of efforts to get it communicating with Earth, according to a U.S. government update.
The European Space Agency has implemented "clear measures" as the organization deals with the impact of coronavirus, the agency's director-general said in an update.
A powerful imaging satellite from India that was set to launch Thursday (March 5) is delayed indefinitely due to an undisclosed technical problem, according to multiple reports.
A sharp-eyed satellite's launch has been pushed back from its expected Thursday (March 5) launch date until no earlier than April due to a rocket problem, according to a media report.
NASA is testing a telework day for many employees today (March 6) to prepare for a scenario in which the coronavirus outbreak gets much worse.
Congress gave the lone employee of the United States Space Force quite a grilling this week, but the public still doesn't know much about the new military branch's activities.
Concerns about the coronavirus outbreak have resulted in some cancellations and restrictions in the space industry, but many events will continue as planned.
NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) is moving forward on development even as President Donald Trump's administration tries to cancel the mission, for the third budget in a row.
Preparations to launch the ExoMars rover to the Red Planet this summer are in a crunch as critical parachute tests have again been delayed.
If you've always wanted to fly to the International Space Station or go on to the moon, NASA's next recruitment effort promises to bring future astronauts to both locations.
SpaceX is planning a huge boost to the number of rocket launches from its Florida launch sites in the next few years and build a mobile service tower for rockets.
Happy Leap Day, world! Today (Feb. 29) marks a rare event in the calendar — an extra day that occurs each "Leap Year" to keep our calendar in check. Google is celebrating with a cute Google doodle.
Look at that Starship go! A new time-lapse video shows a prototype of SpaceX's Mars-colonizing ship moving toward the launchpad for testing.
"Star Wars" is starting an epic "storytelling initiative" to fill out the history of the franchise some 200 years before the events of the 1999 movie "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace."
In a historic first for satellite operations, one spacecraft "helper" docked with a working satellite to provide life-extension services.
India's rapid progress in lunar exploration has the attention of the president of the United States.
The magnetic field in one zone on Mars is about 10 times stronger than scientists expected, and it's changing rapidly.
A newly found planet orbits so close to its parent star that it's close to being torn apart by the tidal forces induced by gravity.
NASA has awarded nearly $1 million to student teams looking to deploy robots, towers and other small vehicles alongside moon-roving astronauts.