Some patience will be needed.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has spotted a dust devil swirling through the parched Red Planet landscape.
Jupiter's big ocean-harboring moons may have a strong gravitational effect on each other, raising big tides in each others' subsurface seas, a new study suggests.
In the depths of Venus' hellish atmosphere, a layer of mysterious haze could be home to life, a new study finds.
NASA commemorated the 100th anniversary of when some American women won the right to vote by celebrating today's female pioneers, who are spreading their wings far into space.
Researchers have been crafting a concept mission that would send a submarine to Saturn's huge moon Titan, which sports lakes and seas of liquid hydrocarbons on its frigid surface.
A unique satellite has joined the fleet of orbital eyes keeping watch over Hurricane Laura as it approaches the Gulf Coast.
Huge constellations of internet satellites could fundamentally change how astronomers study the night sky and how the rest of us experience it, a new report finds.
Astronomers recently spotted perhaps the strangest white dwarf yet: a dead star the spins twice a second, sucking down material from a nearby companion as it goes.
The Hubble Space Telescope turned its powerful eyes to a celestial visitor to our skies — Comet NEOWISE, which put on a stunning show in the United States earlier this summer.
NASA's InSight Mars lander can detect a nearly imperceptible tilt caused by the planet's moon Phobos passing in front of the sun, scientists have realized.
Twice a year, one hemisphere has its longest day of the year while the other has the longest night. These solstices are the astronomical beginning of winter and summer.
Many Iowa farmers suddenly saw their crops flattened after a set of strong thunderstorms battered the state this month, NASA reported while sharing satellite images of the damage.
One of Earth's five mass extinction events may have been triggered by the violent death of a distant star, a new study suggests.
A small, soft smacked into Costa Rica on April 23, 2019. And it carried dust older than our sun, as well as clues regarding how life formed on Earth.
If you've seen a worrying headline about an asteroid passing too close for comfort on Nov. 2, the day before the U.S. heads to the polls, NASA wants you to take a deep breath and relax.
Our Milky Way galaxy has mysterious, cold gas clouds that shot out from the galactic center "like bullets," according to a new study.