An astrophotographer takes an epic composite image of Jupiter, NASA slams a spacecraft into an asteroid, and Hurricane Ian is monitored from space. These are some of this week's top stories.
NASA slams into an asteroid, astronomers analyze ancient mega-supernovas and an astronaut watches Hurricane Ian from space. These are some of this week's top stories.
On today's This Week in Space, space venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson joins us to discuss SpaceX, investing in NewSpace and the future.
Fingers crossed that "Andor" on Disney Plus will make other major studios realize that clever is cool, be it "Star Wars" or not.
Celebrate "International Observe the Moon Night" 2022 on Saturday (Oct. 1) virtually with livestreams or in person at an event near you.
At the end of October and before Halloween the moon will pass between the Earth and the sun creating a partial solar eclipse, making the sun appear like a massive bite has been taken from it.
Newly discovered records of solar eclipses seen in the Eastern Mediterranean reveal how Earth's motion has evolved.
Firefly Aerospace's Alpha rocket aced a test flight today (Oct. 1), successfully delivering satellites to Earth orbit for the first time.
Martian ice caps dip and rise and it may be evidence of liquid water lurking underneath them But what keeps that water from freezing?
A wormhole is like a tunnel between two distant points in our universe that cuts the travel time from one point to the other.
Hurricane Ian regained strength as it barreled toward South Carolina on Friday (Sept. 30) after passing over NASA's Kennedy Space center spaceport in Florida a day earlier.
On Thursday (Sept. 29), the Senate unanimously confirmed Lt. Gen. B. Chance Saltzman as chief of space operations for the Space Force.
An odd shield of supercharged gas protects dwarf galaxies from being ripped apart by the gravitational pull of the Milky Way, 30 years' worth of observations by the Hubble Space Telescope reveal.
In the 65 years since humanity's first satellite, the number of those in orbit is causing issues for astronomy and space security.
A machine-learning algorithm has helped astronomers discover thousands of gravitational lenses predicted by Einstein.
Earth From Another Sun offers a Starfield- and Halo-inspired approach to a space-based, first-person shooter.
NASA's Juno spacecraft skimmed close above the surface of icy Europa Thursday (Sept. 29), capturing a view of the crust that is just the start of our new study of this ocean world.