Rush's Neil Peart passed away on January 7, 2020 but his words and music live on.
Seventeen years after the project came to be, the Kronos Quartet have recorded Terry Riley's 'Sun Rings.'
Neil Armstrong's son Mark and granddaughter Kali pay tribute to the legendary moonwalker with a new song and music video.
The musical force known as "The Claypool Lennon Delirium" has awoken from its slumber once again to take listeners on a journey through space, time and humor.
Coheed and Cambria's ninth studio album "Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures" is a return to their sci-fi universe.
Coheed and Cambria was invited to perform their song "Here to Mars" with the National Symphony Orchestra Pops for a NASA 60th anniversary celebration at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C..
When the orbital dynamics of Jupiter's four largest moons are converted into rhythms, musical notes and time-lapsed illusions, you'll likely be astounded by what you see and hear.
The Grateful Dead's legendary drummer Mickey Hart takes audiences to the Big Bang and back in a new planetarium show called "Musica Universalis: The Greatest Story Ever Told."
The legendary Grateful Dead drummer collaborated with the American Museum of Natural History to develop the "Musica Universalis: The Greatest Story Ever Told" planetarium show.
The Tesla Roadster and its mannequin driver that launched into space aboard SpaceX's first Falcon Heavy rocket on Tuesday (Feb. 6), has been spotted by a telescope on the ground.
NASA astronaut and International Space Station Expedition 54/55 crewmember Scott Tingle talks about playing in a rock band and how the experience helped to shape who he is today.
European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli captured stunning imagery of Earth in his final days aboard the International Space Station.
Guitarist Justin Adams talked to Space.com about working with legendary singer Robert Plant and his band Sensational Space Shifters, who have collaborated to deliver the new record "Carry Fire."
Legendary rock band Styx and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center have teamed up for a Space Launch System music video featuring the song "Gone Gone Gone."
The newfound asteroid 2017 TD6 will give Earth a close shave on Oct. 19, 2017, when the object flies by Earth at an estimated 119,000 miles away.
For the first time, gravitational waves generated by the merger of two neutron stars have been detected. And that merger was also confirmed optically!
Several observatories captured imagery of the source of the gravitational waves detected on Aug. 17, 2017.
Cosmic rocker Joe Satriani recruited Red Hot Chili Pepper's Chad Smith and Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes for his new solo album, "What Happens Next."
An asteroid about the size of a bus gave Earth a close shave this morning (Oct. 2), cruising well inside the orbit of the moon.
NOAA satellites and International Space Station cameras have been capturing imagery of the storm since it was developing in the Atlantic Ocean.
The epic Cassini-Huygens mission's amazing discoveries and mission highlights are recalled in many retrospective videos from NASA and ESA.
NOAA satellites have been capturing imagery of the storms since they were developing in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
NASA and Caltech have created retrospective videos for the 40th anniversary of the launch of the Voyager 1 and 2 probes.
The Foo Fighters' latest song draws from the cosmos for inspiration, and the band's new mobile constellation viewer brings the stars directly to its listeners.
See the latest videos of the 2017 total solar eclipse as they come in from observers across the U.S., in the air and in space here.
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