NASA has funded a new set of visionary concepts for space exploration that could one day prove useful — and perhaps even transformative.
NASA's Jupiter Trojan asteroid-scouting mission has been given an additional space rock to visit, bringing the journey's total to 10 asteroids.
China is working on a new lunar rover that will begin to explore the south pole of the moon around 2026.
The National Science Foundation and SpaceX have come to an agreement on how to mitigate the damage to ground-based astronomy that Starlink satellites present.
Scientists are working hard to try to salvage a pair of spacecraft that lost their launch — and the solution might include the most notorious asteroid out there, Apophis.
SpaceX has destacked its Starship megarocket after an important pre-launch test in order to perform further separate testing on the vehicle's two stages at its Starbase facility in South Texas.
New research found that the rubble-pile asteroid Itokawa can survive collisions for 10 times longer than its conventional, single-body counterparts.
China's Yutu 2 rover is still operating after four years on the moon and has returned new images from the lunar far side.
Reference See the phase of the moon tonight and the rest of the moon phases for 2023, and when you can see them.
The spinning, solid inner core of the Earth may be slowing down by a minuscule amount, according to evidence from earthquakes.
The weather station on NASA's Perseverance rover has chronicled the meteorology above Jezero Crater.
Every spacecraft glitches occasionally, and even the most powerful space telescope ever launched isn't immune.
The huge amount of water injected by the cataclysmic Hunga Tonga volcanic eruption into Earth's atmosphere last year will temporarily affect the protective ozone layer.
Material collected by the Perseverance rover will be handled at the Mars Sample Receiving Project office at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Using the James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers discover a rich catalog of frigid interstellar ice in the depths of a dark, dense molecular cloud.
A giant iceberg almost the size of London has broken off the Brunt Ice Shelf in western Antarctica on Sunday (Jan. 22) after years of cracking.
From black holes to the search for life, scientific breakthroughs are on the horizon as new observatories come online.
Reference Pulsars are 'cosmic lighthouses' that when seen from Earth appear to be flickering stars, but actually consist of exotic stellar remnants called neutron stars.