Avasarala faces opposition, Naomi confronts her son and Drummer deals with her grief in episode 5 of the "The Expanse" season 3.
Kerbonauts will need to wait a year longer to fly their newest missions in "Kerbal Space Program 2," which is now set to launch in 2022.
Just a month after returning asteroid samples to Earth, Japan's Hayabusa2 probe is officially on the move toward another space rock.
Poor weather on Earth forced a SpaceX supply ship to wave off the opportunity to make the company's first autonomous undocking from the International Space Station on Monday (Jan. 11).
The American Astronomical Society (AAS) is making the most of online opportunities during its 237th meeting, which will fully take place virtually this week due to the coronavirus pandemic.
We love watching all the pretty colours of sunsets and sunrises. But why does this happen, when most of the time the sky is just blue?
A new "transforming" rover in development at NASA will be able to explore rough terrain unlike any rover before it.
Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn will form a tight triangle in the sky this Sunday during a rare 'triple conjunction' event.
Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb has reignited a debate about whether alien life can explain an object that visited the solar system in 2017 in a scathing new book.
A range of "Star Wars" stories from a galaxy far, far away landed recently in the epic building game, Minecraft— including some with Baby Yoda.
"Space Sweepers," a South Korean science fiction film about space junk salvage crews, launches on Netflix on Feb. 5.
A spectacular gathering of bright planets will be the chief celestial attraction in the evening sky this weekend as Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury appear to crowd into tight quarters.
Scientists have uncovered new details about the mysterious origin of seismic activity on the sun during solar flares.
How will future astronauts get back home to Earth from Mars? According to a new study, they could make rocket fuel from the methane that's already on the Red Planet.
Scientists have taken a fresh look at the observable (expanding) universe and have estimated that it is 13.77 billion years old (plus or minus 40 million years).