Director Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic "Blade Runner" celebrates its 40th anniversary in June 2022.
On this episode of This Week in Space, Rod and Tariq are back to argue across the generational divide about the best and worst space sci-fi on TV ever.
A gorgeous photo opportunity will greet skywatchers on Sunday (June 26) when the slim crescent moon meets Venus in the early morning sky.
China is continuing its quest to carry out more than 50 orbital launches this year with a pair of missions lifting off within just over 24 hours of each other.
Artemis 1 rehearsal declared a success, the International Space Station dodges Russian space debris, and NASA's InSight lander favors science over energy at its mission end.
On June 25, 1997, a Russian Progress M-34 spacecraft collided with the Russian Mir space station. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series.
Never-before-seen microbes living deep beneath the permafrost at one of the coldest and saltiest water springs on Earth could provide a blueprint for life on Mars.
LightSail 2 is now marking three years of spaceflight, but is unlikely to celebrate a fourth anniversary.
NASA officials have declared the Artemis 1 moon rocket's most recent "wet dress rehearsal" a success and are hopeful the mission can get off the ground as soon as late August.
'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' episode 7 teases the return of an epic character in a nuanced episode that is great for additional viewing.
The rare sight of five bright planets lining up with the moon wowed skywatchers around the world Friday and you can still see it this weekend.
North Carolina State University scientists are using satellite images to monitor the expansion of the state's swine waste lagoons.
NASA's Psyche asteroid mission is facing an uncertain future after software testing issues forced an extended launch delay expected to last at least until July 2023.
The solar-sailing spacecraft LightSail 2 has sent a selfie home as it completes its third year in orbit around Earth.
The European Space Agency is upgrading software on its venerable Mars Express orbiter to enable it to see beneath the surface of Mars and its moon Phobos in greater detail than before.