NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli watched Russia's Progress MS-23 cargo ship burn up in Earth's atmosphere just hours after it undocked from the International Space Station.
A newly released video from the European Space Agency highlights a recent wet dress rehearsal for the space agency's new heavy-lift launch vehicle, and its 7-minute hot fire engine test.
Just one year before flying around the moon, the Artemis 2 astronauts autographed a part of the massive lunar rocket that will send them aloft in late 2024.
The crew of China's Shenzhou 16 mission captured incredible images of the Tiangong Space Station as they departed on their way back to Earth.
The world's largest iceberg, known as A23a, has broken loose and is moving past the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula in new satellite images from the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission.
Firefly Aerospace shared a photo of the first hot fire test of its new Miranda engine, slated for use aboard the upcoming Antares 330 rocket being developed along with Northrop Grumman.
Astronomers have spotted an accretion disk feeding matter to a young star and helping it grow in a galaxy outside the Milky Way for the first time.
A newfound, and impressively well-maintained, planetary system full of sub-Neptunes could reveal why our solar system lacks such a world.
Elon Musk traveled to Israel on Monday (Nov. 27) and met with Israeli government officials, reaching an agreement about the use of Starlink internet satellites in Gaza.
Several powerful solar eruptions, with Earth in the firing line, means widespread mid-latitude aurora displays are likely on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
Experts are concerned that these blood-red light shows could be causing unknown problems for astronomy and communication.
As the number of satellites in orbit increase, so will the possibilities of space debris. There are currently 8,000 satellites in orbit, but hundreds of thousands more are being proposed.
Rocket Lab is gearing up for the 42nd launch of its Electron rocket, which has been grounded since a malfunction led to the loss of a payload during a mission in September.
On Nov. 29, 1967, the first Australian satellite launched. It was called the Weapons Research Establishment Satellite.
This might indicate a "glaciological tipping point" on the Antarctic Peninsula, an important consideration as global warming continues to affect ocean temperatures.
A new study helped scientists better constrain the possible properties of dark matter particles.
The James Webb Space Telescope stared through the gas and dust surrounding an infant star around 1,000 light-years away to see the turbulent outflows it is generating.
Planetary scientists simulate how haze might be obstructing our view of exoplanet's atmospheres, and potentially alien water.