On May 22, 2012, SpaceX launched the first commercial cargo flight to the International Space Station. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space videos series!
The satellites that SpaceX is about to launch to Earth orbit could help humanity settle the moon and Mars someday.
See photos of India's PSLV-C46 mission that launched the RISAT-2B Earth-observation satellite into orbit.
India's space agency successfully launched a new Earth-observation satellite today (May 21), boosting the nation's space-based surveillance capabilities.
India is launching a new Earth-observation satellite today (May 21), and you can watch it lift off live online!
Earlier this month, engineers put the Mars 2020 rover's fully assembled spacecraft through some tests at the Space Simulator Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
Here's a guide to SpaceX's launch schedule, other rocket missions, astronomical events of the next year, as well as milestones for spacecraft already in travel.
NASA is getting ready to launch living creatures to deep space for the first time in nearly five decades.
For decades, access to space has been limited based on a set of preconceived beliefs about human bodies — but capitalism is chipping away at those restrictions.
Space.com's editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight.
This week, SpaceX will again try to loft the first 60 members of its Starlink internet-satellite megaconstellation.
The National Space Society's International Space Development Conference will take place next month amid a large policy shift for NASA: sending humans to the moon, and soon.
A new chronograph captures the time, 50 years ago, when the first wristwatch was worn on the surface of the moon.
Fifty years to the day after the "dress rehearsal" for the first moon landing lifted off into history, astronauts and NASA leaders celebrated Apollo 10.
NASA's push to land humans on the moon in 2024, along with the agency's ongoing research on the International Space Station, could serve as excellent analog environments for a mission to Mars.
Data sharing between entities in space will be easier and more secure using technologies such as blockchain, an industry participant argued at the Humans to Mars summit on May 16.
The Air Force announcement that it is paying ULA $449.8 million for three Delta 4 Heavy launches is only half the story.
An incident involving a test of parachutes for one commercial crew vehicle has heightened awareness of the challenges involved in developing those systems.