Comedian Stephen Colbert phoned the International Space Station today (April 15) to get some isolation tips from NASA astronaut Jessica Meir.
One new book transports readers back to the early days of Soviet spaceflight with an unbelievable collection of stunning, colorful and nostalgic images.
Religion and worship are intrinsically tied with our history as a species, as is fire, and both are recurring motifs in this week's episodes of "Cosmos: Possible Worlds."
If you love space and also tanks, you're in luck. "World of Tanks Blitz" wants to fly you to the moon this week.
This Saturday (April 11), 50 years after Apollo 13 launched to the moon, you can celebrate human spaceflight with a Yuri's Night livestream event.
A small portion of the metal in NASA's official Apollo 13 50th anniversary medallions flew to the moon and back and are just one of many Apollo 13 mementos you can score.
When researchers first discovered atoms, the building blocks of all matter in the universe, it opened up a world of scientific possibilities — and not all of them were good.
It was 50 years ago Monday (April 13) that the Apollo 13 crew famously told NASA: "Houston, we've had a problem." You can celebrate the "successful failure" with a NASA documentary and more.
NASA's iconic Hubble Space Telescope is about to celebrate 30 years in space, and Science Channel will mark the anniversary in style.
A proposal to land the Apollo lunar module on the reverse side of a new $1 coin has been waved off by the committees reviewing the design.
"Symmetry," a spaceship crash survival game from 2018, is free on the GOG website through April 5 at 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT).
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We turn to examples in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," to remember how Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise dealt with the issue of outbreak.
"Star Trek Online" wants you to help save Zefram Cochrane and First Contact Day in a special event from April 2 to April 23!
In "Cosmos: Possible Worlds," host Neil deGrasse Tyson explores themes of science as an instrument of hope and tenacity, and as a means by which the human race can realize its true potential.