Northrop Grumman launched an Antares rocket carrying a Cygnus cargo ship filled with NASA goodies for space station astronauts today (April 17).
NASA will hold a press conference at 8:15 p.m. EDT (0015 April 18 GMT) to recap today's successful Cygnus NG-11 cargo mission launch. Watch live here!
A preliminary investigation puts the apparent blame for Beresheet's April 11 moon crash on a "manual command" that was entered into the spacecraft's computer.
Astronomers have apparently spotted another epic neutron-star crash — and they didn't need gravitational waves to do it.
Today, Northrop Grumman's Antares rocket will launch from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Check for it in the afternoon sky.
If the idea of an asteroid slamming into Earth keeps you up at night, spare a thought for a mission called NEOWISE, which reincarnated a former astrophysics spacecraft to hunt for nearby space rocks.
Swimming through a group of galaxies more than 200 million light-years away from Earth is the so-called "jellyfish" galaxy named ESO 137-001.
Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecraft already in travel.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch is going to break a record on her first spaceflight, the agency announced yesterday (April 16).
On April 17, 1970, Apollo 13 returned to Earth after narrowly avoiding a deadly disaster in space. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space videos series.
It took eight telescopes across the planet a week to produce the black hole image that stunned the world last week, but it took scientists much longer to teach those instruments to work together.
A NASA piggyback experiment may have survived the April 11 crash of Israel's Beresheet moon lander, experts said.
Researchers have developed a new, unspeakably dangerous, and incredibly slow method of crossing the universe. It involves wormholes linking special black holes that probably don't exist.
Budweiser has brewed a new limited edition beer in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
The full moon of April, called the Pink Moon, will occur the morning of April 19 at 7:12 a.m. EDT (1112 GMT).
Two little robots, wearable tech and more weird science will launch to the International Space Station in a Northrop Grumman Cygnus spacecraft.