Given the highly successful and ongoing flights of NASA's Ingenuity helicopter on Mars, engineers are turning their attention to future aerial craft for the Red Planet.
Russia's Nauka laboratory module is now slated to launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on July 21.
The release of the U.S. government's highly anticipated UFO report has whipped up a blend of reactions, from UFO groups to individuals in military, academic and scientific circles.
The U.S. government is set to release a UFO report soon, perhaps sometime this week. What will it say?
More than 13,700 people have signed a petition to NASA to name the space agency’s planned Lunar Gateway after Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, who died last month at the age of 90.
What conditions could lead to clashes in space? Is such a situation a given, or can conflicts be short-circuited ahead of time? Space.com asked experts for their thoughts.
Despite promising technology demonstrations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for the growing problem of taking out the orbital trash
The upcoming atmospheric re-entry of a Chinese Long March 5B rocket body is a reminder of a much larger problem, experts say.
The Wednesday (April 28) launch of the Tianhe core module will be followed by a series of cargo and crew liftoffs aimed at completing the construction of China's space station by the end of 2022.
The X-37B space plane is being used to flight-validate the best ways to gather the sun's energy for power beaming from Earth orbit.
If you are perplexed by reports of unidentified aerial phenomena and possible visitations of alien spacecraft, you can take action with do-it-yourself sky-monitoring gear.
China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft fired its engines Monday (Feb. 15) to place it in a polar orbit around the Red Planet.
Space.com recently talked with Breakthrough Initiatives executive director Pete Worden about a signal coming from the vicinity of Proxima Centauri, and about the search for alien life more generally.
Space.com caught up with NASA Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson to discuss recent events and what's on the planetary-defense agenda in the coming year.
The Chang'e 5 return capsule carrying lunar samples is headed for a Beijing laboratory for opening, with a research team eagerly awaiting their chance to start studying the fresh moon specimens.
New technologies could allow exploration of skylights, lava tubes and caverns on the moon — underground environments that human explorers may be able to exploit in the not-too-distant future.
Among the many payloads that will fly to the moon aboard Astrobotic's robotic Peregrine lander next year are capsules containing DNA samples and symbolic portions of cremated remains.
There's a rising call for "unidentified aerial phenomena" to be studied scientifically, perhaps even using satellites to be on the lookout for possible future events.
Chinese has selected a third group of astronauts for the nation's coming space station, the China Manned Space Agency announced.
Four small spacecraft are being readied for moonbound treks to help quench a thirst for new data about lunar water ice.
A high-tech pioneer for NASA's moon-orbiting Gateway space station is being readied for liftoff early next year.
U.S. military officials have increasingly flagged a new role in guarding American assets and interests in Earth-moon space.
Four Indian astronauts continue to train at Russia's Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center near Moscow as prospective space travelers for India's crewed Gaganyaan project.