SpaceX successfully launched its seventh space mission of the year today (June 12), delivering a trio of Earth-observing satellites into orbit.
SpaceX will launch three next-generation Earth-observing satellites for the Canadian Space Agency Wednesday (June 12), and you can watch the liftoff live.
SpaceX will use a Falcon 9 rocket to launch three new Earth-observing satellites for the Canadian Space Agency on Wednesday (June 12) at 10:17 a.m. EDT (1417 GMT). Watch it live here!
The Direct Fusion Drive engine could take flight for the first time in 2028 or so, if all goes according to plan.
Colin Salmon, the actor who plays General Zod on the Syfy series "Krypton," wasn't told that his character would take over the planet by the end of the first season.
Last season, Kandor City changed forever. And now, David S. Goyer and Cameron Welsh find themselves having to commit to those changes — at least, for the most part.
In 1974, Stephen Hawking made one of his most famous predictions: that black holes eventually evaporate entirely.
Next year, NASA will launch a new Mars rover, one that is equipped to determine whether the Red Planet ever hosted life — but the craft could also determine how violently Martian volcanoes erupted.
Clusters of galaxies hold the prestigious title of "largest gravitationally bound structures in the universe," which is no small feat.
Here at Space.com, we're gearing up for the 50th anniversary of NASA's Apollo 11 moon landing in July.
The mature sun may still be prone to temper tantrums. A new study suggests that older stars like the sun can produce superflares — huge bursts of energy visible across hundreds of light-years.
A beautiful new Hubble Space Telescope image of a barred spiral galaxy shows a scene similar to what outside observers might see when they look at our own Milky Way.
There's something very weird, and very dense, under the surface of the moon's South Pole-Aitken basin, new research suggests.
As NASA is scrambling to land astronauts on the moon by 2024, the agency chief reminded employees today (June 10) that Mars — not the moon — is the agency's ultimate destination.
This summer is chock-full of incredible space-themed events, as the nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of Neil A. Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin taking humanity’s first steps on the moon.
On July 20, 1969, 600 million people watched with anxious excitement as astronauts stepped foot on the moon for the first time and made a permanent impression on human history.