The James Webb Space Telescope is ready to start probing the cosmos. An astronomer on the team explains what it takes to get to this stage.
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Summer in the Northern Hemisphere began today (June 21) as the summer solstice 2022 occurred at 5:14 a.m. EDT (0914 GMT), marking the longest day of the year.
In a bid to figure out light scattering, NASA's asteroid-smashing mission did a bit of star-spotting while cruising to its destination.
Showing a sky full of stars, the globular cluster Terzan 9 glitters in a new image from the Hubble Space Telescope.
Time becomes Buzz Lightyear's biggest enemy in the new Disney Pixar movie, Lightyear. Here we explore whether time travel is real or just the stuff of science fiction.
NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission completed a crucial preflight milestone today (June 20), wrapping up a two-day set of tests known as a wet dress rehearsal.
A planned reboost maneuver of the International Space Station ended after just 5 seconds for reasons currently unknown.
Jupiter's innards are full of the remains of baby planets that the gas giant gobbled up as it expanded to become the behemoth we see today, scientists have found.
NASA says the $10 billion observatory checked out 7 of its 17 instrument modes for science operations.
The moon will approach Jupiter in the early hours of Tuesday morning (June 21) on the summer solstice. The duo will be visible to the naked eye or through a pair of binoculars.
Astronomers are watching a red hypergiant star's final era to better understand what happens at the end of a stellar life cycle.
Thousands of distant galaxies in different shapes and sizes glow in infrared light in a newly released image from the Hubble Space Telescope.
Astronomers have traced the violent and catastrophic evolution of Andromeda, our nearest large galactic neighbor, by analyzing the makeup and motion of more than 500 stars within the nearby galaxy.
The June solstice 2022, which is recognized as the official start of the summer in the Northern Hemisphere, will occur on Tuesday, June 21, at precisely 5:14 a.m. EDT (09:14 GMT).
NASA's new SLS megarocket for Artemis 1 is back on the launch pad and you can hear commentary for free.