NASA and pop star Ariana Grande exchanged tweets today (Feb. 8) after her new album included a song titled with the space agency's acronym.
The monster collision between our Milky Way and fellow spiral galaxy Andromeda will occur about 4.5 billion years from now, rather than in 3.9 billion years.
In "The Last Jedi," "Star Wars" fans saw things they'd never seen before in the universe. Porgs, sure, and Canto Bight's casino wonderland — and books.
In his latest book, Jeff Hecht details the incredible and incredibly weird history of real-life laser weapons.
Spin up the drum and settle in for a while — the first three seasons of "The Expanse" have arrived on Amazon Prime.
Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecraft already in travel.
Astronomers just found an asteroid that zips around the sun every 165 Earth days — the shortest year for any known asteroid.
Hallucinogenic horseplay and socio-political commentary make for a great episode of "Star Trek: Discovery"
If you don't like your local weather, perhaps you would prefer the atmosphere on Uranus or Neptune — and the Hubble Space Telescope has an update on each planet's current conditions.
Warner Bros.' new Lego movie debuts today and just in time for opening weekend, retailers are slashing the price of Lego's new building sets.
President Donald Trump on Thursday (Feb. 7) honored the service and sacrifice of astronauts who gave their lives in the pursuit of space exploration during NASA's annual Day of Remembrance.
Satellite images from the company DigitalGlobe reveal a likely launch of an Iranian satellite between Feb. 5 and 6.
A Japanese asteroid probe will snag samples of its target space rock just two weeks from now, if all goes according to plan.
What does a star feel like? A team of scientists put astronomy on a vibrating sound stage in order to tackle such questions.