"Symmetry," a spaceship crash survival game from 2018, is free on the GOG website through April 5 at 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT).
The Northeast Astronomy Forum is holding a free "virtual experience" and you can watch it live online, and maybe even win some prizes! Here's how.
The "potentially hazardous" asteroid 1998 OR2 is just a few weeks away from its close encounter with Earth, and you can watch the giant space rock's approach online or with a small telescope.
Ion propulsion company Accion Systems has raised $11 million in its latest funding round and has launches and contracts planned this year with NASA, the DoD and academic institutions.
On April 4, 1968, NASA launched the final uncrewed test flight of its Saturn V rocket. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series!
Jim Bridenstine recently told NASA employees that he knows how tough the coronavirus outbreak has made life for most of them. But all their hard work will soon pay off, he stressed.
To date, NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Drew Morgan and cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka have experienced the coronavirus outbreak only from afar. But that will soon change.
NASA is forging ahead with its Artemis program to land humans on the moon by 2024, but the agency has also just offered its first plan for what a U.S. lunar presence may look like after that.
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We turn to examples in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," to remember how Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise dealt with the issue of outbreak.
An anonymous patron purchased a real-life rocket for $5.6 million during an online, livestreamed auction on April Fools Day.
A new Hubble Space Telescope image reveals the peculiar structure of a spiral galaxy with only one starry arm rotating about its center.
SpaceX's newest Starship prototype, called SN3, collapsed early Friday (April 3) during an overnight pressure tank test.
The coronavirus pandemic may have restricted our movements, but our eyes and minds can still roam the heavens. And there's a great reason to look up over the next few evenings.
There are already several robotic missions to the Red Planet, and sending humans there is an exciting future prospect.
"Star Trek Online" wants you to help save Zefram Cochrane and First Contact Day in a special event from April 2 to April 23!
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