Recently, a batch of baked chocolate chip cookies returned from space, signifying a major step forward towards the future of how humans will eat and thrive in space.
The developers of Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak have announced a new game, coming to Early Access this summer.
17-year-old high school student Wolf Cukier made a major discovery on the third day of his NASA internship, when he noticed the telltale signs of a distant planet orbiting two stars.
Tesla's futuristic Cybertruck is now a Hot Wheels toy. And it comes complete with a "cracked window sticker," so you can relive some of the vehicle's wildest moments.
A new virus called SARS-CoV-2 is a coronavirus that has caused an outbreak of a disease called COVID-19. But what does that have to do with Mars?
Kerbal Space Program 2 may have been delayed, but that hasn't slowed down development or the dreams of a billion tiny green things.
NASA's Orion spacecraft is lifted into a thermal cage ahead of its move to to the vacuum testing chamber at NASA's Plum Brook testing station in Sandusky, Ohio.
On Feb. 25, 1982, the Western Union company launched a communication satellite called Westar 4. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series!
NASA has awarded nearly $1 million to student teams looking to deploy robots, towers and other small vehicles alongside moon-roving astronauts.
China's Chang'e 4 mission has entered its 15th lunar day of work on the far side of the moon, with both the lander and Yutu 2 rover still in good condition.
As the hunt for life on Mars starts getting into full swing, some scientists are already looking beyond the Red Planet, to our solar system's next astrobiological frontier.
Following the tragic death of 'Mad' Mike Hughes, we revisit the real reasons why he launched himself into the air aboard his homemade steam rocket, knowing how risky the stunt was.
A California spaceflight company's quest to win the $12 million DARPA Launch Challenge won't kick off tomorrow (Feb. 25) after all.
On Friday's through March, Space.com is taking a look at "Star Trek: Picard," the latest installment in the "Star Trek" franchise on the streaming service CBS All Access. Here's how to watch!
Antarctica saw two record-high temperatures set between Feb. 6 and Feb.9, and that took a huge toll on the continent's ice, as seen in NASA images.
Katherine Johnson, whose career making vital calculations for NASA was immortalized in the 2016 book and movie "Hidden Figures," has died at 101.
A cityscape view captured from the highest point of Lisbon shows the first full moon of the year, rising above the capital of Portugal on Jan. 10, with the Tagus River visible in the background.
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