The Artemis 1 Space Launch System is on its way to the moon following its four-mile journey to a Kennedy Space Center launch pad.
You can watch NASA's Artemis 1 SLS megarocket roll to the launch pad for a moon mission at 3 p.m. EDT on Aug. 16.
The world's largest airline has agreed to buy 20 Boom Supersonic Overture jets, expected to carry passengers at twice the speeds of conventional passenger aircraft.
Scientists will study the effects of radiation on yeast in preparation for long-duration crewed missions to deep space.
Ancient grains of dust that are older than the solar system itself have been found in samples from asteroid Ryugu brought to Earth by the Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft nearly two years ago.
A powerful and spectacular cosmic dance that began a billion years ago will lead to a collision and merger between two galaxies and the supermassive black holes at their hearts.
Scientists studied the trajectory and debris field of asteroid 2008 TC3 to determine which specific parts of the space rock made it down to the Earth's surface.
A Chinese X-ray telescope has detected the strongest-ever magnetic field recorded by making observations of a rapidly-spinning neutron star, or magnetar.
The sun has spat out two clouds of plasma in the past two days, which might trigger beautiful aurora displays observable as far south as New York later this week.
NASA's Space Launch System rocket captured inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center ahead of its roll out to the launch pad.
An international team of researchers has devised a plasma-based approach to producing oxygen on Mars to support exploration.
The ringed planet Saturn is often hailed as the jewel of the solar system and you have a chance to see why in a free webcast tonight.
On Aug. 16, 1963, NASA's M2-F1 aircraft prototype made its first glide flight. Learn how it happened On This Day in Space!
Students at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands are developing the world's smallest and lightest moon rover, called Lunar Zebro.
Scientists think that when dark photons collect around black holes, they can get trapped and boosted to high energies, where they might transform into other particles (or even just normal photons).
Earth is the only planet we know possesses continents, a scientific mystery, but new research indicates the continents may have been created by meteorite impacts in Earth's distant history.
Studying unusual processes of how ice accumulates below ice shelves here on Earth could hold lessons for the exploration and habitability of Jupiter's moon Europa.