Scientists have analyzed the enormous Bernardinelli-Bernstein comet, and predict it will come within 11 AU of Earth in the next 10 years.
The BepiColombo mission captured its first up-close look at the planet Mercury in a flyby, revealing a rocky world covered with craters.
Ben Robinson and Ian Spelling discuss how a loving salute to the original "Star Trek" series came together.
That enigmatic U.S. military X-37B robotic space drone has now chalked up more than 500 days circling the Earth.
New images of the volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma taken from space show the unstoppable river of lava flowing into the Atlantic Ocean.
Late Thursday night (Sept. 30) in the southeastern United States, anybody looking up could have glimpsed a brilliant streak, trailing down into the Atlantic Ocean off Florida's east coast.
In the star system GW Ori, three stars orbit one another. New research suggests there's probably a planet in the mix, too.
With Blue Origin's second crewed flight less than two weeks away, the company is facing scathing allegations about its culture and the safety of its suborbital launch system, New Shepard.
The Mercury-bound probe BepiColombo will take its first look at its target planet tonight from an incredibly close distance of only 124 miles (200 kilometers).
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) captured a stunning new photo of the luminous green and red lights of an aurora hugging clouds swirling around Earth's night side.
A recent discovery of giant ammonia-rich hailstones, dubbed mushballs, on Jupiter might explain why Uranus and Neptune seem to have no ammonia in their atmospheres.
NASA won't rename its highly anticipated James Webb Space Telescope, despite complaints that the moniker honors a man complicit in anti-gay discrimination.
Three months after certifying that their candies are "guaranteed to actually float while in space," Skittles is offering one fan the chance to test it out for themselves.
SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft returned to Earth tonight (Sept. 30), packed full of science experiments after one month at the International Space Station.
Two cubesats designed to study the Earth's magnetic field and to look for exoplanets around nearby stars rode to space Monday (Sept. 27) with NASA's new Landsat 9 Earth observation mission.