The Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule that will fly SpaceX's next astronaut mission for NASA is poised and ready on the pad.
In the 65 years since humanity's first satellite, the number of those in orbit is causing issues for astronomy and space security.
A SpaceX spacecraft will send three astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut into space on Wednesday (Oct. 5) and NASA has a lineup of events to follow live.
Space.com's editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight.
SpaceX will launch 52 more Starlink internet satellites to orbit tonight (Oct. 3), and you can watch the liftoff live.
NASA's Ingenuity drone on Mars had a piece of debris stuck to its leg during a recent flight. While it finished the flight without incident, engineers are assessing what happened.
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India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) may have finally reached the end of its operations after eight years spent orbiting the Red Planet.
The tiny cubesat that traveled with NASA's DART mission to the Didymos binary asteroid system to witness DART's collision with the rock snapped a picture of Earth and the moon.
A major solar flare that erupted from the sun on Sunday caused a widespread radio blackout that may have affected emergency responders dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
The NASA-USGS Landsat 9 satellite spotted an eruption at the Home Reef seamount in the Tonga Islands that produced a small island.
On Oct. 3, 1942, Germany did the first-ever successful test launch of a ballistic missile. Here's how it happened On This Day In Space!
A new understanding inspired by string theory shows that our universe may be more stable than we previously thought.
In 2019, the Hayabusa2 spacecraft collected samples from the asteroid Ryugu. Now, an analysis of these fragments has revealed Ryugu's history.
Astronomers now routinely discover planets orbiting stars outside of the solar system — they're called exoplanets.
Skywatchers can see the moon half illuminated by the sun at the start of October during the closest first quarter moon of 2022.