SpaceX has won its first contract with the United States Space Force for its new Starshield satellite constellation.
SpaceX fired up its powerful Falcon Heavy rocket on Saturday (Sept. 30) to get it ready to launch NASA's Psyche asteroid mission on Oct. 12.
Virgin Galactic has delayed its 'Galactic 04' mission by a day to Oct. 6, allowing more time for vehicle preparations and checkouts.
The shell galaxy NGC 3923's symmetrical onion-like layers, that extend 150,000 light-years across space, appear in a new photo from the Dark Energy Camera.
Japan's SLIM lunar lander has left Earth orbit and headed toward the moon, which it will reach on Wednesday (Oct. 4) if all goes according to plan.
Citizen science group 'Solar Patrol' will use a retired NASA telescope to study the sun during America's two upcoming solar eclipses.
Director Gareth Edwards fuels the debate over artificial intelligence in the cautionary sci-fi fable "The Creator."
Astronomers worry that an impending future of widespread satellite constellations could darken our bridge to the stars.
A U.K. startup is preparing to send a satellite to space that will manufacture new semiconductor materials that could be used in electronic devices on Earth.
The Economist will hold its first-ever Space Economy Summit on Oct. 11 and 12 in order to help leaders in the space sector share ideas that can move the burgeoning new off-world economy forward.
Space.com spoke with author Laura Krantz about her new book "Is There Anybody Out There?" that takes a scientific look at the search for life and even UFOs.
While the Pentagon sees the Space Force as a tool to fight the last war here on Earth, its leaders must prepare for its real role in space, on the moon and beyond.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has spotted a distant supernova that appears three times in the same photo. The new observations could help solve one of the universe's biggest inconsistencies.
Check out this artwork preview and new trailer for Titan Comics' 'Doctor Who: Once Upon A Time Lord.'
Skywatchers who are out during the evening hours on Sunday will almost certainly be attracted toward the eastern sky, where the two brightest visible objects at that hour will be readily evident.
On Episode 81 of This Week In Space, Tariq and Rod are joined by Rob Manning, chief engineer of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Caltech, where he sends robots to Mars, Europa, asteroids and more!
The final supermoon of the year, the Harvest Moon of September, gave skywatchers the final lunar thrill of the season.