NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity was supposed to get a real workout this morning (April 29), but things didn't go as planned.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin is about to start selling seats on its New Shepard spacecraft, which is designed to people on brief trips to suborbital space.
After three successful test flights, NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity is ready to push the envelope in the skies of the Red Planet.
An AI-driven space debris-dodging system could soon replace expert teams dealing with growing numbers of orbital collision threats in the increasingly cluttered near-Earth environment.
Intelligent aliens will soon have a space here on Earth where they can share how they made it through their technological adolescence.
With three crewed launches under its belt, SpaceX has now flown astronauts representing not only NASA, but also the European and Japanese space agencies. But there's a glaring absence: Russia.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched a new batch of 60 Starlink internet satellites into orbit on Wednesday evening (April 28) and nailed a landing at sea to top off a successful mission.
China launched a module called Tianhe to Earth orbit tonight (April 28), kicking off the construction of the nation's new space station.
Europe's Vega rocket returned to flight late Wednesday (April 28), delivering to orbit Europe's most advanced Earth observation satellite to date.
SpaceX will launch a new set of Starlink internet satellites into space on Wednesday (April 28) and you can watch it all live online.
China is getting ready to launch three astronauts on a mission to visit the first module for the country's new space station.
Following his death at age 90, we look back at Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins' colorful life in photos.
Gemini and Apollo astronaut Michael Collins, who orbited the moon during the world's first lunar landing mission, has died at the age of 90.
People around the world are mourning the death of Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, who piloted the command module for the first-ever moon landing in 1969.
This isn't the first time that the tech billionaire has mentioned the likely demise of future Mars-bound astronauts.
Russia is building modules for a new space station, which could potentially replace the International Space Station by the year 2025, officials said.