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"Star Trek: Prodigy," the all-new animated series from CBS and Nickelodeon, was officially unveiled today (July 23.)
We've scanned the schedule and pulled out the essential panels and screenings that space lovers should make their top priority for San Diego Comic-Con 2020.
Life on Earth can seem pretty hazardous, but if you ask astrophysicist Paul Sutter, it's still safer than anywhere else in the universe.
On the 51st anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the Google doodle program chose to commemorate the scientific legacy of Turkish astrophysicist Dilhan Eryurt.
"In Case of Moon Disaster" showcases the danger of media disinformation, which is already profound and will only grow as deepfake tech gets better and better.
The National Space Society will hold "A Day in Space" Thursday (July 16) virtually on multiple platforms, with speakers such as Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin and exoplanet scientist Sara Seager.
For only the second time, "Star Trek" is about to have an animated series and it's first full trailer has warped onto the internet.
The National Space Society will launch a "Day in Space" celebration of spaceflight on July 16, 2020. Here's how to watch..
Apple TV+ has dropped the first teaser trailer for its "Foundation" adaptation of Isaac Asimov's books coming in 2021.
Netflix has a new Mars sci-fi show coming out this September, and you can get a (very brief) first look at it now.
Studying Mars has been by turns tantalizing and heart-breaking, a constant dance as improving technology builds or dims hopes of finding life on our red neighbor.
For centuries, humans have looked to the bright, reddish dot moving across our skies and wondered about its secrets.
Astrophysicist Dr. Joe Pesce recently joined the Space.com forums to answer your questions about the universe, and also Star Trek.
"Kerbal Space Program" launches into the ESA frontier today (July 1) with "Shared Horizons" and scientists are thrilled.