A tsunami triggered by the explosive eruption of the underwater Tonga volcano in the Pacific Ocean slammed the shoreline of the Pacific nation Saturday (Jan. 15).
On Jan. 15, 2006, NASA's Stardust spacecraft returned to Earth to drop off a capsule with the first samples of a comet. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series.
Writers Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson reunite for IDW's new "Star Trek: Discovery - Adventures in the 32nd Century" starring Grudge the cat.
Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson deliver "A Whisper of Caladan Seas," another fantastic “Dune” tale from Boom! Studios
Satellites orbiting Earth captured a powerful undersea eruption in Tonga from space on Thursday (Jan. 13).
A telescope in Arizona modified to measure the true distance of galaxies has produced the largest three-dimensional map of the universe ever.
A recent bill meant to facilitate NASA raising money by leasing out underused facilities went in a most unexpected direction: expanding the right to vote.
The full moon of January, known as the Full Wolf Moon, arrives Monday, Jan. 17, at 6:48 p.m. EST (1148 GMT).
Astronomers have spotted three new exoplanets orbiting dangerously close to their parent stars, on the brink of extinction.
The show might be ending on Amazon Prime, but it's important that we still get our recommended daily allowance of "The Expanse."
SpaceX has some nice before-and-after photos to mark the 10th launch of one of its Falcon 9 rockets, thanks to a satisfied customer.
2021 was another record-setting year, ranking as the sixth hottest year on record. Following a trend, these past eight years have also been the eight hottest years on record.
As the James Webb Space Telescope begins the lengthy process of aligning its 18 primary mirror segments, astronomers wonder: What will the huge observatory look at first?
Virgin Orbit's LauncherOne rocket lofted seven small satellites for three different customers today (Jan. 13), marking the third straight successful mission for the California-based company.
The "Above the Clouds" mission is scheduled to lift off from California's Mojave Air and Space Port today (Jan. 13) between 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. EST (2100 to 2330 GMT).