India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) may have finally reached the end of its operations after eight years spent orbiting the Red Planet.
The tiny cubesat that traveled with NASA's DART mission to the Didymos binary asteroid system to witness DART's collision with the rock snapped a picture of Earth and the moon.
A major solar flare that erupted from the sun on Sunday caused a widespread radio blackout that may have affected emergency responders dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
The NASA-USGS Landsat 9 satellite spotted an eruption at the Home Reef seamount in the Tonga Islands that produced a small island.
A new understanding inspired by string theory shows that our universe may be more stable than we previously thought.
In 2019, the Hayabusa2 spacecraft collected samples from the asteroid Ryugu. Now, an analysis of these fragments has revealed Ryugu's history.
Astronomers now routinely discover planets orbiting stars outside of the solar system — they're called exoplanets.
Reference See the phase of the moon tonight and the rest of the moon phases for 2022, and when you can see them.
The underground ocean of Saturn's moon Enceladus may contain significant amounts of phosphorus, which is vital for life as we know it.
An astrophotographer takes an epic composite image of Jupiter, NASA slams a spacecraft into an asteroid, and Hurricane Ian is monitored from space. These are some of this week's top stories.
NASA slams into an asteroid, astronomers analyze ancient mega-supernovas and an astronaut watches Hurricane Ian from space. These are some of this week's top stories.
Newly discovered records of solar eclipses seen in the Eastern Mediterranean reveal how Earth's motion has evolved.
Martian ice caps dip and rise and it may be evidence of liquid water lurking underneath them But what keeps that water from freezing?
A wormhole is like a tunnel between two distant points in our universe that cuts the travel time from one point to the other.
Hurricane Ian regained strength as it barreled toward South Carolina on Friday (Sept. 30) after passing over NASA's Kennedy Space center spaceport in Florida a day earlier.
An odd shield of supercharged gas protects dwarf galaxies from being ripped apart by the gravitational pull of the Milky Way, 30 years' worth of observations by the Hubble Space Telescope reveal.