A gigantic solar storm hit Earth about 2,600 years ago, one about 10 times stronger than any solar storm recorded in the modern day, a new study finds.
To mark the three-year anniversary of the Trace Gas Orbiter's arrival at Mars, the European Space Agency has released a stunning image the craft captured of NASA's InSight lander earlier this month.
A particularly odd, spinning star has woken up, and it's spitting bright flashes of radio waves at us again.
The Chang'e 4 lander and Yutu-2 have powered down for a third lunar nighttime on the far side of the moon, with the rover reaching its design lifetime.
Spock and Burnham bicker like typical quarrelsome siblings and Adm. Cornwell becomes a fugitive in the "Star Trek: Discovery" episode "Project Daedalus."
The U.S. Air Force will launch the new WGS-10 military communications today (March 15). Watch it live.
NASA wouldn't be breaking new ground if the agency did go with a private rocket for the upcoming test flight of its Orion crew capsule.
This weekend, Apollo astronaut legends will gather for the 115th Explorers Club Annual Dinner to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11.
Some people celebrate Pi Day by baking flaky, fruity confections; some people celebrate by climbing aboard a rocket and launching into space.
Two new trailers for Fox's latest X-Men film, 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix,' launch mutants into space on what appears to be a rescue mission that goes oh, so wrong.
A new online archive is showcasing the original guides to the historic Apollo 11 moon landing mission: 50-year-old press kits.
During a hearing held by the House science committee, congressional representatives questioned the wisdom of cutting NASA's outreach and education office.
An exclusive new clip from the upcoming PBS documentary "Chasing the Moon" profiles the challenges and triumphs of Poppy Northcutt, the first woman to work in Mission Control.