See the best photos on Space.com this week.
The growing problem of space junk poses a risk to future space missions, but the solution isn't going to be easy.
Three astronauts on China's new space station have performed the country's first spacewalk and are busy configuring the module for future crews.
On Aug. 1, 1968, NASA canceled the production of its Saturn V moon rocket. See how it happened in our "On This Day In Space" series!
See photos of Boeing's Orbital Flight Test 2 mission, the second uncrewed test flight of its Starliner astronaut taxi.
Europe's Ariane 5 heavy-lift rocket roared back into action today (July 30) after nearly a year-long hiatus, launching two telecommunications satellites to orbit.
Blue Origin's protest against NASA's decision to not hire the company to build its next human moon lander has been shut down by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Yesterday's unexpected tilting of the International Space Station was caused by a software glitch, according to Russian space agency Roscosmos.
NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter explores the "intriguing" Raised Ridges during its latest and most complex flight to date.
China's Zhurong rover has quietly clocked up 1,900 feet (585 meters) of driving on Mars and has been using its science instruments to check out nearby geologic features in Utopia Planitia.
Today (July 30), Space Chat will explore what's new in space, including Boeing's delayed Starliner launch, Russia's misbehaving module and all of the crazy new science emerging.
SpaceX chief Elon Musk just gave us an inside look at the engine section of a Super Heavy rocket that's coming together at the company's South Texas site. There's a lot of plumbing involved.
New data from the European Gaia mission help shed light on the nature and origins of the spiral structure of the Milky Way.
Europe's powerful Ariane 5 rocket will fly for the first time in nearly a year today (July 30), and you can watch the liftoff live.