NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory held its seventh annual pumpkin-carving contest this week, and the results were as impressive as you might imagine.
Eight months after SpaceX launched a Tesla Roadster into space, the sports car can now be found 170 million miles away from Earth — and on local toy store shelves.
In Kim Stanley Robinson's new novel, "Red Moon" (Orbit, 2018), readers launch 30 years into the future and follow the lives of humans living and working on the moon.
In his new book "Astounding," coming out today (Oct. 23), Alec Nevala-Lee follows four titans of the golden age of science fiction who guided the genre during its formative years.
Alec Nevala-Lee's latest book "Astounding," out Oct. 23, chronicles the interwoven lives of four science fiction titans: Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard and John Campbell.
Space exploration is constantly fueled by mankind's desire to reach further and learn more about the cosmos.
Last Thursday (Oct. 4) at Comic Con, author Amy Ratcliffe discussed her new book "Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy" at a panel moderated by voice actor Ashley Eckstein.
I grew up in the 1960s, during the beginning of the space race. The first astronauts were my heroes, and it was the Apollo 11 moon landing that kicked off my dream of becoming an astronaut myself.
What do you do when you're a self-described "fierce fan" of famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson? Write a children's book about him, of course.
"Replicas," Keanu Reeves new, little-known, indie sci-fi movie looks awesome in a brand-new trailer.
"First Man" is a movie steeped in even more space history than audiences might be aware. Here's a look at the hidden details, or "easter eggs," that maybe only eagle-eyed space geeks might notice.
The show opens precisely when you would expect it to, on July 16, 1969, as a rocket carrying three American men lifts off into history.
From robots to rockets and toddler-size telescopes, here are Space.com's picks for the best space and STEM gifts for kids this year.
Alien characters allow writers to thematically discuss feelings of ostracization, said "Roswell, New Mexico" writer and show developer Carina Adly MacKenzie during a New York Comic Con 2018 event.
A wealth of exciting news about "Star Trek: Discovery" came out of this year's New York Comic Con, so strap in for our breakdown of the details of Season 2.