For the past month, our most beloved eye on the universe has been closed, blinded by a computer glitch that NASA experts are still working to solve.
Engineers have identified the possible cause of the Hubble Space Telescope's computer problems, and they plan to start implementing a fix on Thursday (July 15).
Astronomers detected a rare teardrop-shaped star that is being ripped apart by an invisible white dwarf, pushing the pair toward an inevitable supernova explosion.
A mysterious whiff of an unstable chemical in the skies of Venus may not be a sign of life but the result of explosive volcanic eruptions, a new study finds.
These cosmic creators, powered by dark matter, could be responsible for our existence, along with the appearance of today's universe.
Usually confined to the pages of science fiction, astronomers are starting to think wormholes through space-time might be real after all.
Robots may have to dig relatively deep on Jupiter's ocean moon Europa to have a shot of finding signs of alien life, a new study suggests.
Coastal flooding could quadruple in the US in the 2030s, a new study of the lunar cycle and sea level rise finds.
Given the highly successful and ongoing flights of NASA's Ingenuity helicopter on Mars, engineers are turning their attention to future aerial craft for the Red Planet.
Astronomers have spotted more strange "free-floating" planets that could roam deep space untethered to any star.
The best astronomy photos of 2021 invite the eye upward and outward, bringing stunning views such as auroras above Earth and visions of a stellar nursery
Dark matter could be even weirder than anyone thought, say cosmologists who are suggesting this mysterious substance could interact with itself in a higher dimensional universe.
A stunning new image from the South African MeerKAT telescope captures powerful radio emissions woven through space.
The solar system is bathing in a sea of charged particles that emanate from the sun, and one research team spent 14 years chasing solar eclipses to learn more about this stellar spray.
The continuing research with exoplanets involves trying to identify their atmospheric composition, specifically to answer the question of whether life could exist there.
Mysterious flares of X-rays from Jupiter's auroras suggest that the giant planet's "northern lights" may possess unexpected similarities with those of Earth, a new study finds.
Planet, which operates the world's largest fleet of Earth-observing satellites, announced Wednesday (July 7) that it will merge with a special purpose acquisition company.
Ingenuity spotted a heart-shaped track created when the Perseverance Mars rover took a slight detour, likely to investigate an interesting rock or patch of dirt.