The spacecraft is riding out a dust storm, but the agency said it hopes to resume normal operations next week.
NASA may need more astronauts to meet its human spaceflight goals over the coming years, according to a new report from the agency's investigative office.
Earth is surrounded by a vast bubble about 1,000 light-years wide whose borders drive the formation of all nearby young stars, a new study finds.
Some of the agency's Earth-observing satellites have been in operation since the late 1990s or early 2000s.
Water was spotted on the moon nearly 15 years ago, but it was detected in real time on the lunar surface only by orbiters before now.
Hundreds of artifacts from NASA's Apollo lunar landings are set to touch down in Miami as part of "Space Adventure: The Arrival of Man on the Moon," an immersive experience.
A newly discovered "mini" supermassive black hole could help reveal some of the secrets behind the biggest black holes in the cosmos.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk just gave us a great look at the "launch and catch tower" for the company's massive Starship Mars rocket.
The Book of Boba Fett episode 2, entitled "The Tribes of Tatooine," will blow your socks off. Here's what we thought.
Aladin Lite is one of the greatest online tools available to look at our universe through the eyes of many different telescopes.
Before Earth and the other planets in our solar system existed, the sun may have been surrounded by giant rings of dust similar to Saturn's, according to a new study.
Commander Musilova had to navigate through a 'rogue asteroid field' — aka a wildfire in Hawaii — to get her crew safely to the HI-SEAS analog space station for the start of their Martian simulation.
NASA's Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) is set to begin spying on some of the universe's most dramatic objects — black holes and neutron stars.
The Sentinel-1B radar satellite, part of the European Union's Copernicus Earth observation program, hasn't beamed home any data since suffering an anomaly on Dec. 23.
Astronomers have found evidence of a black hole snacking on a star in data gathered back in the 1980s, according to new research.
Perseverance drilled and collected its sixth Red Planet rock sample on Dec. 29, but the car-sized rover has not yet been able to seal up the titanium tube containing the material.
China's "artificial sun" has set a new world record after reaching temperatures five times hotter than the sun.