SpaceX pulled off a long-sought rocket-reusability milestone during yesterday's epic Falcon Heavy launch.
Spaceflight startup Rocket Lab will launch seven small satellites to orbit early tomorrow morning (June 27), and you can watch the action live.
NASA's Curiosity rover has sniffed out another spike of the potentially life-indicating gas methane, and this one is the biggest yet.
Intricate ring structures in the outer portion of the disk of dust and gas that surrounds the young star HD 169142 were likely carved by a newborn planet on the move.
The wave of Apollo 11 nostalgia that's building in the public consciousness ahead of the landing's 50th anniversary certainly won't hurt the Artemis project's funding prospects.
Engineers have installed the headlike mast on the Mars 2020 rover and put on a (temporary) set of wheels as well.
NASA's OSIRIS-REx asteroid-sampling probe has shattered the close-orbit record it set less than six months ago.
Starshade exoplanet-hunting missions may be technologically daunting, but they're not beyond NASA's reach, recent research suggests.
Jupiter is putting on such a good sky show right now that it stands out above the glittering lights of New York City.
Bigelow Space Operations plans to take advantage of the increased commercialization of the International Space Station.
The huge ocean sloshing beneath the ice shell of the Jupiter moon Europa may be more similar to the seas of Earth than scientists had thought.
SpaceX will launch three next-generation Earth-observing satellites for the Canadian Space Agency Wednesday (June 12), and you can watch the liftoff live.
The Direct Fusion Drive engine could take flight for the first time in 2028 or so, if all goes according to plan.
There are probably some frantic emails flying between NASA headquarters and the White House right now.
The third-ever launch of SpaceX's powerful, reusable Falcon Heavy rocket has been pushed back two days to June 24 to accommodate payload-integration issues and other prep work.
A new atomic clock that will help spacecraft navigate autonomously through the final frontier will get its first off-Earth trial soon.
A stratospheric balloon designed to provide long-term bird's-eye views just took a big step toward commercial flight.
D-Day's planners employed a solid knowledge of moon phases and tides to give the famous invasion the best chance for success 75 years ago today (June 6).
The handlers of NASA's InSight Mars lander plan will lift the support structure of the burrowing 'mole' out of the way so they can get a better look at the stuck instrument.
Astronomers have photographed two newborn alien worlds circling the young sun-like star PDS 70, which lies about 370 light-years from Earth, a new study reports.