See how the Expedition 58 crew have lived, laughed and worked at the International Space Station in this photo gallery.
As the Opportunity rover's mission on Mars officially comes to an end, we reflect on some of the strangest sights the rover and its twin, Spirit, encountered on the Red Planet.
On Jan. 20, 2019, the moon passes through Earth's shadow in a total lunar eclipse during the Full Wolf Moon, which is also a "supermoon." See amazing photos of the Super Blood Wolf Moon of 2019 here!
This year, try and catch one of the night sky's most spectacular and accessible shows — a meteor shower. Here's a guide to what you can expect from the 2019 meteor showers.
Here's a guide to the most-anticipated spaceflight events of the coming year from Space.com's sister publication All About Space!
Here are the 10 most noteworthy sky events — including multiple meteor showers and eclipses eclipses — that will take place in 2019.
This past year, engineers launched many oddities into space, including a Tesla Roadster, a gold-plated canopic jar and a cosmic disco ball.
Here is a guide to when certain planets will appear brightest and most visible in the 2019 night sky, including Mercury's rare transit of the sun in November!
From the mighty Saturn 5 to NASA's new Space Launch System, see how the biggest rockets on Earth compare.
In between the dramatic scenes of Netflix's new reboot of "Lost in Space" were some little Easter eggs for astute space fans. The scriptwriters inserted several NASA and space-research references.
Here are some of the more prominent Mars movies over the decades, to encourage you to keep exploring.
Getting excited about NASA's InSight lander touching down on Mars? We are, too! Here are some of the best books for young and old to read up about the Red Planet.
From stargazing gear to cosmic bling and out-of-this-world toys, here are Space.com's picks for the coolest space gifts of 2018.
Ethan Peck is the newest actor to take on Star Trek's Mr. Spock, a role that has been portrayed by eight different actors on film and TV before him. We take a look at each one.
There appears to be a cold "super-Earth" planet circling Barnard's Star, which lies just 6 light-years from the sun. Here's what you should know about the newfound planet candidate.