NASA is looking to commercial space companies to build the landers, space tugs and refueling station required to make moon exploration effort that lasts.
Spirit and Opportunity, the Mars rovers, have done groundbreaking science on the surface of the Red Planet. Take a look at some of their latest Mars photos.
As Space.com gears up for the 50th anniversary of NASA's historic Apollo 11 moon landing (and our own 20th birthday!), we've got a new look!
Mars and the crescent moon will team up in a delightful celestial sight tonight (Feb. 10) and NASA has some tips to help you spot the Red Planet in the night sky.
President Donald Trump on Thursday (Feb. 7) honored the service and sacrifice of astronauts who gave their lives in the pursuit of space exploration during NASA's annual Day of Remembrance.
If you love Space.com, then do we have a special treat for you. Our sister publication All About Space is offering a free look at their print magazine and you can see read it online here.
A new video from SpaceX, unveiled via Twitter Friday (Jan. 25), offers a glimpse of what NASA astronauts will see when they board a Crew Dragon spacecraft.
The China National Space Administration has launched two rockets so far in 2019, placing five satellites in orbit for a variety of uses.
SpaceX has fired up the rocket that will launch its first Dragon spacecraft built for astronauts ahead of an uncrewed test flight next month.
The first uncrewed test flight of SpaceX's new Dragon spacecraft for astronauts will now launch no earlier than February, NASA officials said today (Jan. 10).
The much-delayed launch of the new U.S. spy satellite NROL-71 has been postponed again due to an issue with its rocket, but it's unclear when exactly the mission may fly.
The private spaceflight company SpaceX has moved its first Dragon spaceship designed for astronauts to the launchpad ahead of an uncrewed test flight that's just weeks away.
Astronauts in space have a busy New Year's Day of work ahead on the International Space Station. And they're not the only ones.
On Jan. 1, 2019, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will make history with the first close flyby of a Kuiper Belt object: Ultima Thule. See photos of Ultima Thule and the historic encounter here!
The launch of an much-delayed U.S. spy satellite has been delayed again, this time to no earlier than Jan. 6, according to the United Launch Alliance.
On Dec. 23, 2018, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the first of a new breed of GPS satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. See photos from the amazing launch here!