SpaceX will launch its a Dragon spacecraft packed with NASA cargo to the International Space Station today in its first uncrewed mission with its upgraded spacecraft.
A small capsule bearing pristine pieces of the near-Earth asteroid Ryugu touched down today (Dec. 5) in the Outback of South Australia.
SpaceX's next resupply mission to the International Space Station, scheduled to launch Sunday (Dec. 6), will carry a host of science gear to the astronauts living and working on the orbiting lab.
Modern astronomy is going through a new chapter of sample-retrieval missions, which started with the Apollo program.
Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft is about to deliver a precious sample of asteroid dust to Earth late Friday, Dec. 4 (EST), and you can watch the event live.
A misunderstood piece of space junk whizzed by Earth Tuesday (Dec. 1), but don't worry, it's just part of an old moon mission's rocket.
Australian scientists tested all 36 receivers on the ASKAP radio telescope for the first time ever, mapping 85% of the sky in 300 hours.
NASA just bought the rights to four batches of future moon samples for the low, low price of $25,001.
It took 17 seconds for Arecibo's massive radio telescope to crumble. It will take much longer for the dust to settle.
With new data from the European Gaia spacecraft, astronomers can now explore 1.8 billion cosmic objects in unparalleled detail.
What if black holes aren't black holes at all, but rather the cosmic equivalent of fuzzy, vibrating balls of string?
The Martian underground may have been habitable billions of years ago even if the planet's surface was a dry, frigid wasteland.
A photo captured by amateur astronomer Alexander Krivenyshev shows two big sunspots on Earth's star.
Arecibo Observatory's massive radio telescope has collapsed; with it has gone a crucial tool in understanding asteroid risks to Earth — and it would take a serious government initiative to replace.
Colonists on Mars could one day generate fuel and oxygen from saltwater on the Red Planet, a new study finds.
Gut-wrenching pictures and video documented the beginning of the end for the Arecibo Observatory, one of the world's most iconic telescopes.