SpaceX launched a commercial communications satellite and landed a rocket on a ship at sea on Wednesday (June 29).
An Indian rocket will launch three satellites on Thursday morning (June 30), and you can watch the action live.
The Very Large Telescope in Chile managed to track an extremely faint asteroid to help rule out its projected collision with Earth.
China has successfully conducted a hot-fire test of a new engine that will help power a next-generation rocket capable of launching astronauts to the moon.
A sungazing spacecraft captured the moon passing in front of the face of the sun Wednesday (June 29).
We finally have hints of what the first operational images will be from NASA's brand-new deep-space observatory.
Asteroid research and planetary defense is of great interest to scientists around the world, which is why June 30 marks international Asteroid Day.
Study reveals why mysterious gamma-ray bursts appear to blink and suggests that these mysterious phenomena might be much rarer than astronomers thought.
Join in for free Wednesday (June 29) as NASA celebrates the forthcoming end of commissioning for its $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope.
A massive galaxy cluster shines in a new telescope image, distorting the view of more distant galaxies lying in the background.
The Europa Clipper mission, due to launch in 2024, was originally supposed to crash into Jupiter, but there's been a change of plans.
Virgin Orbit's carrier plane, known as Cosmic Girl, is scheduled to lift off from Mojave Air and Space Port in California on Thursday (June 30) during a window that opens at 1 a.m. EDT (0500 GMT).
The sun is acting out, and solar weather forecasters are baffled. But one scientist might know what's going on.
Amazon.com's annual Amazon Prime Day megasale begins on Monday, July 12 with deals in telescopes, binoculars, Star Wars and other space gear.
On June 29, 1971, a Soviet space mission ended in tragedy when three Russian cosmonauts were found dead inside their spacecraft after returning to Earth.