DART may have completed its journey, but the work is only just starting for scientists as they set about learning how much the asteroid Dimorphos was deflected by its impact.
Cameras aboard the International Space Station are providing a birds-eye view of Hurricane Ian as it churns northward toward Florida.
Artemis 1 departed for Kennedy Space Center's huge Vehicle Assembly Building, where it will be safe from Hurricane Ian, should the storm's lash fall on Florida's Atlantic coast.
It's rare for spacecraft mission personnel to cheer at the words "loss of signal," but tonight, that's exactly what happened.
For the first time in history, a spacecraft from Earth has crashed into an asteroid to test a way to save our planet from extinction.
SpaceX's Crew-5 astronaut mission for NASA remains on target to launch next week, provided Mother Nature cooperates.
Something in space shuttle history needs changing. Or that seems to be case in the episode "Atlantis" of "Quantum Leap," which finds Ben Song headed into orbit on the space shuttle Atlantis.
It will take days to weeks for astronomers to confirm whether or not NASA's asteroid smasher DART changed the orbit of its target, asteroid Dimorphos.
SpaceX's launch of 52 more Starlink satellites was visible all along the East Coast of the United States, generating footage of Saturday's sunset launch.
The massive United Launch Alliance Delta IV rocket put on a show in its last flight from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
NASA will slam the DART spacecraft into an asteroid for target practice to get ready for the next big hit, but don't worry: nothing big is set to come at us for the next 100 years.
The DART spacecraft's tiny companion is ready to photograph a brand-new impact site Monday night (Sept. 26).
How big a space rock must be to no longer be just a mesmerizing sight? What size is big enough to wreck a whole city? And a continent? And what else does the damage depend on?
Deal The Celestron StarSense Explorer DX 6 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope is a very handy telescope and you can now save £50.
Artemis 1 will begin rolling back from the launch pad on Monday (Aug. 26) to seek out shelter in NASA's nearby Vehicle Assembly Building in Florida.
There's a new addition to the Lego Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series line: the biggest ever Razor Crest model - as seen in The Mandalorian.
An astronaut's photo of Mount Ruapehu, the real-life "Mount Doom" volcano shows the contrast between the hydrothermal lake at its summit and the snow surrounding its peak.
The explosive Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcanic event spewed so much moisture that it increased the global average of atmospheric water vapor by 5%.