The first images from a dark-energy-hunting telescope have been revealed, and they're spectacular.
At an upcoming summit in early December, NATO is expected to declare space as a "warfighting domain," partly in response to new developments in technology.
Aerothreads took one giant leap for conference swag when the company created a durable International Astronautical Congress tote festooned with references to the Apollo 11 moon-landing mission.
If there's life on Jupiter's ocean moon Europa, an upcoming NASA mission might be able to sniff it out.
An enormous asteroid flew by Earth today (Oct. 25), and you can watch it zip by in a video from the Virtual Telescope Project.
There are so many nations eager to join NASA's push to the moon that the coalition of 15 International Space Station countries may have even more company for Artemis, according to the agency.
The next few weeks might be a good time to keep a close watch on the night sky, for if you're lucky, you just might catch sight of a spectacularly bright meteor, also known as a fireball.
NASA has unveiled a new spacecraft that the agency hopes to send to the moon to scout out water ice near the lunar south pole. Many people see lunar water as a vital resource for future missions.
Northrop Grumman is remembering an Apollo 12 moonwalker with the naming of its 12th spacecraft to resupply the International Space Station.
The BepiColombo spacecraft is en route to Mercury and has snapped several selfies to document its travel over the last year.
NASA's Mars 2020 rover has shed its skin and gained a new arm, and it's now standing on its own six wheels, closer to ready for the Red Planet.
Could the next two astronauts on the moon both be women? NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine thinks so.
As we prepare to expand our reach in the solar system, we should pay attention to the language we use to describe that endeavor, Bill Nye said.
Scientists found streams of gas rotating in opposite directions around a distant, supermassive black hole, offering new clues for how black holes grew so rapidly in the early universe.
A lunar rover changed destinations from the moon to Earth to live in the ever-popular Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
Researchers recently captured the first images of a hidden "monster galaxy" as elusive as the mythical, monstrous yeti.
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