Hurricane Ian has pushed the launch of SpaceX's next astronaut mission for NASA back by at least a day.
Hurricane Ian battered Cuba and turned toward the west coast of Florida on Tuesday (Sept. 26) as satellites track the harrowing storm from space.
The agency says an October launch is unlikely, but it won't "take anything off the table" after the storm comes through.
NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket left its launch pad for safety's sake last night (Sept. 26), only to encounter a bit of drama shortly after arriving at its designated shelter site.
NASA's DART mission didn't nudge its target asteroid toward Earth, but there could be other space rocks on a collision course with Earth.
Vast Space, which is backed by a cryptocurrency billionaire, says it is in the early stages of looking at artificial gravity space stations, but few details are available..
The Italian LICIACube cubesat, which traveled to the binary asteroid Didymos aboard NASA's asteroid-smashing DART mission, captured these images of DART's collision with its target space rock.
China launched three new satellites atop a Long March 6 rocket on Monday (Sept. 26), following two recent launches just 40 hours apart.
Future lunar robots could fetch incredible science by borrowing from thousands of years of dog evolution. These companions can dig, jump and flip items over on the moon.
NASA officials will be discussing the rollback of Artemis 1 Tuesday (Sept. 27) to shelter from Hurricane Ian. The livestream starts at 2 p.m. EDT.
Astronomers watched in awe as binary asteroid Didymos brightened up immediately after the impact of NASA's DART mission on Monday (Sept. 26).
It could probably go without saying, but for the record, the space shuttle mission shown on "Quantum Leap" did not happen. The episode "Atlantis" had Ben Song leap into the body of an astronaut.
NASA is working on a blueprint to guide space exploration and infrastructure for the moon, Mars and to destinations across our solar system.
The knowledge that we're not alone in the universe could have far-reaching effects on our view of ourselves and our place in the universe. But it's tough to get more specific than that.
On Sept. 27, 1997, NASA's Mars Pathfinder mission beamed its very last data transmission back to Earth. The Mars Pathfinder mission consisted of a base station and the very first Mars rover named Sojourner.
DART may have completed its journey, but the work is only just starting for scientists as they set about learning how much the asteroid Dimorphos was deflected by its impact.