A Falcon 9 rocket launched 52 of SpaceX's Starlink internet satellites to orbit Saturday evening (Sept. 24) and also aced a landing at sea.
The Delta IV Heavy lofted a satellite for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office from Vandenberg Space Force Base today (Sept. 24), the vehicle's last-ever liftoff from California.
James Webb Space telescope sees Neptune, amazing Soyuz launch views from space and more! These are some of this week's top photos.
The growing strength of Tropical Storm Ian has forced NASA to call off its Artemis 1 moon rocket launch on Sept. 27 and prepare to leave the launch pad.
On today's This Week in Space, space visionary Jeff Greason joins us to discuss why humanity must continue to explore and develop space.
For NASA's DART spacecraft, the drama happens in space, but mission success relies on telescopes back on Earth.
A United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket will launch a U.S. spy satellite on Saturday (Sept. 24), and you can watch it live. Liftoff is scheduled for 5:53 p.m. EDT (2153 GMT).
The Virtual Telescope Project will attempt to show DART's impact through its network of ground-based telescopes.
Deal This app-enabled telescope comes with the usual Celestron quality and is a handy £50 off on Wex Photo Video with a discount for US-based astronomers, too.
A NASA spacecraft will soon make history when it crashes into an asteroid in the world's first planetary defense test. Here's what time it will happen and how to watch.
Zodiacal light is a phenomenon that occurs when sunlight is scattered by interplanetary dust. Until the full moon on Oct. 9, this light will be visible along the eastern horizon in the predawn hours.
Small satellite deorbiting technology received a funding boost from NASA and an investment partner, as the Spinnaker drag sail's team aims for commercial sales in 2023.
Rapidly spinning dead stars in the dwarf galaxy Sagittarius are the source of gamma-ray emissions within the massive bubbles that blow out from our galaxy.
NASA continues to target Tuesday (Sept. 27) for the launch of Artemis 1 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, even though a big storm could head toward the Space Coast soon.
Starlink was rejected for a nearly $900 million rural funding opportunity. SpaceX said the funding ruling was 'grossly unfair.'
NASA's Double Asteroid Redirect Mission (DART) aims to move a space rock from its orbit in a safe planetary defense test Sept. 26, and you can watch the action live.