Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
If a giant object looks like it's going to slam into Earth, humanity has a few options. A new guide could help NASA decide which one is best.
A starry night scene captured at the end of summer from the Dark Sky Alqueva reserve in Portugal shows the Milky Way's galactic arc shimmering above a dead tree in Noudar Park.
Russia successfully launched a military communications satellite into orbit Thursday (Feb. 20). The launch took place about one month later than planned due to a technical issue.
China resumed satellite launches Wednesday (Feb. 19) amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, lofting a Long March 2D rocket in the country's first launch since the Chinese New Year.
Aerojet Rocketdyne will develop "enabling technologies" for DARPA's Glide Breaker program under a newly announced contract, which is worth up to $19.6 million.
The Sombrero Galaxy may have a smooth "brim," suggesting that its past was free of any galactic collisions, but new Hubble data shows that this seemingly unscathed galaxy is hiding a violent past.
On Feb. 22, 1966, two Soviet space dogs launched on a mission that would set a new record for the longest spaceflight. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series!
Lego is at it again with two new seriously awesome, Mandalorian-inspired BrickHeadz and a rad Razor Crest.
String theory is a purported theory of everything that physicists hope will one day explain … everything.
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!
"Avenue 5," HBO's new space-based comedy starring Hugh Laurie and written by Armando Iannucci has been given the go ahead to proceed to season two.
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