Life on Earth can seem pretty hazardous, but if you ask astrophysicist Paul Sutter, it's still safer than anywhere else in the universe.
An asteroid shower thought to have struck the moon and Earth 800 million years ago may have helped trigger Earth's greatest ice ages, a new study finds.
SpaceX managed to snag both halves of a Falcon 9 rocket's falling payload fairing shortly after the successful launch of a South Korean military satellite from Florida yesterday (July 20).
Two NASA astronauts tied a spacewalk record while preparing the International Space Station for future upgrades.
China's Mars rover will likely attempt to land at a site in northeastern Mars, according to a new paper published just days ahead of the mission's launch.
The United Arab Emirates is on its way to Mars, claiming the title of first Arab country to launch an interplanetary mission, which it designed and built in just six years and dubbed Hope.
A Houston suburb is celebrating its 50-year connection to NASA with a monument designed to serve as a beacon for continued space exploration.
Three joysticks used to fly the historic spacecraft that carried the first astronauts to land on the moon have sold for more than $780,000 — despite NASA having sought their return.
SpaceX successfully launched South Korea's first military satellite Monday (July 20) and aced a rocket landing.
Researchers have identified 37 features on Venus that were likely created by volcanism recently, potentially reshaping our understanding of the hellishly hot planet.
The gorgeous image shows Comet NEOWISE blazing above a Falcon 9 rocket that's poised to launch South Korea's first military satellite today (July 20).
To prepare for two of its astronauts marking a new milestone in space, NASA has decided to rewrite the records for many of its historic missions, including the first moon landing.
On the 51st anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the Google doodle program chose to commemorate the scientific legacy of Turkish astrophysicist Dilhan Eryurt.
SpaceX will launch a South Korean military satellite from Florida today, July 20. Here's how to watch it live.
"In Case of Moon Disaster" showcases the danger of media disinformation, which is already profound and will only grow as deepfake tech gets better and better.
New images of the solar surface, the closest ever seen, included a flaw that resembled a tardigrade.
A cosmonaut has bioengineered human cartilage tissue at the International Space Station for the first time, according to a new study.
A mission called Hope, the Arab region's first attempt to go interplanetary, is now on its way to Mars.