On Aug. 21, 1914, a total solar eclipse temporarily darkened skies across Europe and Asia. See how it happened in our "On This Day in Space" video series!
Russia is launching a Soyuz spacecraft on a test flight to the International Space Station tonight (Aug. 21), and you can watch the action live.
Comedian Tig Notaro and Skater Tony Hawk took to Twitter to support NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
Two astronauts are taking a spacewalk outside the International Space Station today (August 21) to install a new docking port.
A highly anticipated NASA mission to Jupiter's possibly life-supporting moon Europa remains on track for a mid-2020s launch.
Just before dawn today (Aug. 21), skywatchers will be able to spot both Uranus and the waning gibbous moon.
Humanity's next giant leap could be enabled by nuclear thermal propulsion, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said.
When a Russian Soyuz spacecraft launches from Kazakhstan for the International Space Station Wednesday, it will carry a humanoid robot called Skybo F-850.
The United States Space Command will officially be up and running by the end of the month, Vice President Mike Pence said today (Aug. 20) at a meeting of the National Space Council.
A nearby, rocky exoplanet may be just a plain rock with no atmosphere — supporting a theory that planets orbiting small stars are more susceptible to lacking an atmosphere.
NASA has called for companies to submit proposals to create spacecraft that will deliver cargo to the lunar gateway.
India's Chandrayaan-2 mission has ticked off another key milestone in its journey to land safely on the moon: The spacecraft has successfully entered lunar orbit.
Researchers at LIGO and Virgo may have detected a gravitational-wave signal from the merger between a black hole and neutron star. This would be a major first.
A United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur rocket will send Astrobotic's Peregrine lander on its way toward Earth's nearest neighbor two years from now.
The National Space Council (NSC) will convene for the sixth time today morning (Aug. 20), and you can watch the proceedings live.
In a new video, former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino unboxes and assembles a new, NASA-inspired Lego set in zero gravity.
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