NASA has called off plans to launch a small cubesat to the moon on Monday (June 27) to allow more time to check its Rocket Lab booster for flight.
Rocket Lab will launch NASA's CAPSTONE cubesat to the moon from New Zealand atop an Electron booster and you can watch it live online.
NASA revisits a spectacular Hubble Space Telescope shot of the dwarf galaxy ESO 318-13 in this stunning photo.
Researchers have found a new way to detect some of the most cataclysmic mergers in the universe before they happen.
The Gaia star-mapping mission gives us brand new information about star formation and moons around asteroids, as well as secrets about the Milky Way's origins and possible future.
Artemis 1 rehearsal declared a success, the International Space Station dodges Russian space debris, and NASA's InSight lander favors science over energy at its mission end.
Never-before-seen microbes living deep beneath the permafrost at one of the coldest and saltiest water springs on Earth could provide a blueprint for life on Mars.
North Carolina State University scientists are using satellite images to monitor the expansion of the state's swine waste lagoons.
NASA's Psyche asteroid mission is facing an uncertain future after software testing issues forced an extended launch delay expected to last at least until July 2023.
The solar-sailing spacecraft LightSail 2 has sent a selfie home as it completes its third year in orbit around Earth.
The European Space Agency is upgrading software on its venerable Mars Express orbiter to enable it to see beneath the surface of Mars and its moon Phobos in greater detail than before.
Reference Space weather refers to conditions in the region of space that is affected by the sun. It is tricky to predict and can wreak havoc on the technological world.
BepiColombo's second close flyby of Mercury Thursday (June 23) gave a stunning set of close-ups of the planet's craters and volcanic regions.
The Gaia spacecraft is helping to fill the gaps in our understanding of "hot Jupiters," mysterious, massive planets that orbit very close to their stars.
A new analysis of a Martian meteorite is challenging current thinking about how terrestrial planets acquired volatile elements early in their formation.
This new Mars image was snapped by Europe's Mars Express orbiter, which spied an unusually creepy crater.