The founder of Space for Humanity reflects on his Dec. 11 suborbital flight on Blue Origin's New Shepard spacecraft.
An alliance of experts in space, sports and the entertainment industry are designing and developing original games exclusively for low or microgravity playing fields.
A new study sponsored by NASA investigates the feasibility of sending people with disabilities safely into space and returning them back to Earth.
There is growing interest in protecting strategic assets in cislunar space, the realm between Earth and the moon.
What to do about orbital debris is now a daily topic of conversation and concern within the space community. But is it all too little, too late?
Entrepreneur and adventurer Richard Garriott believes he has a fairly unique and supportable claim to a small part of the moon.
The idea of harvesting solar energy via power-beaming satellites has long intrigued researchers — and recent advances may help make it a reality relatively soon.
That enigmatic U.S. military X-37B robotic space drone has now chalked up more than 500 days circling the Earth.
An increasing number of researchers are blueprinting low-cost and novel ways to further explore the Red Planet.
As space tourism blossoms and other nations develop their own human spaceflight programs, it's time to think seriously about implementing a space rescue capability, some experts say.
China's Tianwen-1 Mars mission — both the orbiter and Zhurong rover — will suspend operations for about 50 days starting in mid-September.
NASA's plan to "reboot" human exploration of the moon will get kick-started soon by a spacecraft the size of a microwave oven.
Space.com recently caught up with author and journalist Leslie Kean to discuss UFOs and where research into the puzzling objects is heading.
China’s meteoric rise in space science and exploration—along with its new partnership with Russia—is spurring U.S. experts to reconsider a long-standing prohibition on bilateral collaborations
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.