A new art project on Kickstarter offers backers the chance to gain "raised landscapes" of Mars in celebration of the Mariner 9 spacecraft's 50th anniversary.
Many theories of the early universe predict that the cosmos should be flooded with cracks in space-time, called cosmic strings, but no cosmic strings have been detected yet.
The Western zodiac is a set of constellations defined by ancient scientists and diviners. Now, they're used to orient skywatchers, navigate without technology and inspire interest in the night sky.
NASA will develop next-generation climate data systems to better track climate change and its impact on communities around the world with the support of the Biden administration.
On May 25-27, much of the world will see a lunar eclipse that coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth — making it a "supermoon" eclipse that will turn the moon reddish.
Space, science and incredible women take center stage in "A Cluster of Enigmas," an awe-inspiring, colorful mural that uses augmented reality to make art come to life.
Astronomers have identified the universe's oldest spiral galaxy from a blurry image captured by the ALMA observatory.
During the so-called Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse, the face of the moon will turn a brick-red hue. Here's why.
Learn what makes exoplanets habitable and find new homes for distressed aliens in a new game from PBS.
Meteor showers are the dazzling result of cometary debris building up along well-worn paths through the solar system, then burning up in Earth's atmosphere as our planet crosses that dust trail.
Astrophysicists are using the simulation to learn how stars form, how they arrange themselves into galaxies, and how the heavy elements that are vital to complex life are forged.
NASA selected Firefly Aerospace to deliver 10 scientific experiments and technology demonstrations to the moon in 2023.
China's first Mars rover Zhurong rolled onto the Red Planet's surface late Friday (May 21) to begin exploring its Utopia Planitia home.
To better understand the universe, we may need to kill off one of the most important theories of all time.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured a dramatic image last month of Curiosity ascending Mont Mercou, a landform on the slopes of the Red Planet's 3.4-mile-high (5.5 kilometers) Mt. Sharp.
We kick off our latest giveaway this week and it's a special one! We've also got some of the best questions in this week's AMA with Dr. Joe Pesce. Finally, we do some alien roleplaying!
New Hubble Space Telescope observations have given more credence to a theory explaining mysterious radio energy bursts.