The little CAPSTONE spacecraft is stable, but engineers haven't yet regained full control as it flies towards the moon.
Episode 4 of 'Star Wars' spinoff 'Andor' depicts Cassian Andor's first introduction to rebel forces on the planet Aldhani.
NASA's Jupiter-exploring Juno spacecraft captured its most detailed images of the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Europa.
We've scanned the schedule and pulled out the essential panels that space lovers should make their top priority for New York Comic Con.
Our new paper shows how massive stars in such stellar nurseries can steal exoplanets away from each other — and what the signs of such theft are.
The October Camelopardalids are somewhat mysterious in that astronomers aren't quite sure what their origin is.
All About Space issue 135 takes an in-depth look at our lunar companion, from its formation and internal structure to past, present and future exploration. Explore the latest issue here.
SpaceX's Crew-5 mission is flying four people, including a Russian cosmonaut, to the International Space Station. Watch it live through docking on Oct. 6 here.
When Dmitry Rogozin left the Russian space agency Roscosmos this summer, he apparently took his famous bluster with him.
SpaceX plans to launch a Falcon 9 rocket on its record-tying 14th mission Thursday (Oct. 6), and you can watch the action live.
On Oct. 6, 1992, the United States and Russia signed an agreement to share astronauts and cosmonauts. Here's how it happened On This Day In Space!
Scientists revisiting a puzzling signal from the south pole of Mars have suggested a new potential explanation, and it doesn't bode well for hopes of finding liquid water on the Red Planet.
The mystery of high-speed gas clouds that whip around the outskirts of the Milky Way might be solved.
SpaceX launched 52 more of its Starlink internet satellites Wednesday evening (Oct. 5), just hours after launching the Crew-5 astronaut mission for NASA.
Albert Einstein's "happiest thought" has been proven again by astronauts and a doll made in his likeness. The crew on Dragon "Endurance" revealed their zero-g indicator, a plush of the physicist.
The future of satellite constellations and the fight to save the night sky are reaching a crucial tipping point.
Anna Kikina is the first cosmonaut to catch a ride on a SpaceX Dragon, and the first Russian to fly aboard an American spacecraft since the space shuttle era.
New research suggests that a giant space rock impact may have created the Earth's most loyal companion much more rapidly than previously thought.