What burning space 2020 question do you have?
Fans of Captain Malcolm Reynolds in the science fiction TV show "Firefly" now have a glimpse of his family history — in comic form.
Browncoats, it's finally here — the next chapter of the Unification War of the "Firefly" sci-fi franchise in a new comic from creator Joss Whedon and others.
O Captain! my Captain! Sir Patrick Stewart reprises his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard in the latest spin-off series in the "Star Trek" universe.
Snoopy's latest adventure as the "world famous astronaut" has now been revealed in a new video from the first Orbital Flight Test of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner.
Lego Education is launching a new line to teach engineering and robotics concepts to kids in a celebration of sorts for the STEAM-focused toy division's 40th anniversary.
Out in the desert in New Mexico, in the dusty terrain bordering a commercial spaceport, I got the chance to take a wild ride in a "lunar rover."
When SpaceX's billionaire CEO Elon Musk isn't running his own private space program, he's leading Tesla's electric car revolution. And sometimes, he dances.
There's finally a sequel to Michael Crichton's 1969 classic about extraterrestrial life trying to take over humanity from, of all places, Arizona.
Only two weeks after it was canceled by NBC's Syfy channel, Amazon swooped in and rescued the epic sci-fi show "The Expanse."
The United States Mint may issue a 2020 coin that highlights the vision that has gone into operating the Hubble Space Telescope for 30 years.
The eighth episode of the "Star Wars" live action series "The Mandalorian" is an entertaining conclusion to the first season on Disney Plus.
The Robinsons are taking up their interstellar adventure where they left off: on the other side of a mysterious cosmic gateway that pulled them away from the spaceship Resolute.
"Help, Will Robinson," a special robot says at the end of the latest trailer for the second season of Netflix's "Lost in Space," which premieres tomorrow (Dec. 24).
What is it about the "Star Wars" franchise that gives it staying power throughout a generation and a half of change?
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