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On Nov. 27, 1885, an astronomer made the first known photograph of a meteor. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space series.
The first woman aboard China’s new space station has snapped some glorious shots of our homeworld during a six-month mission to space.
A Russian Prichal docking module will arrive to the International Space Station today (Nov. 26) and you can watch it live here.
A new electric thruster that blasts out iodine just passed a key test in orbit, a milestone that could help lead to smaller, cheaper and higher-performance spacecraft engines.
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The Progress 78 cargo ship left the International Space Station to make way for a new Prichal docking module.
A new NASA video advertises a suite of its real-life missions as previewing yet more adventurous possible exploration.
Reference NASA’s Lucy mission is the first to visit the Trojan asteroids. Lucy will help answer questions about the formation of the solar system.
Keisha S., a health and energy coach from the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, just won a free trip to suborbital space with Virgin Galactic.
China continued its record-breaking year of launches by sending two satellites into orbit in recent days.
Russia's Prichal docking module launched toward the International Space Station Wednesday morning (Nov. 24).
A Russian docking module will launch toward the International Space Station on Wednesday morning (Nov. 24), and you can watch the action live.
What to do about orbital debris is now a daily topic of conversation and concern within the space community. But is it all too little, too late?
The DART spacecraft's camera will take its first photos eight days after launch, if all goes according to plan.
Rocket Lab plans to pluck the falling first stage of one of its Electron launchers out of the sky with a helicopter on its next recovery mission.