The Voyager missions are icons of cosmic exploration, and you can celebrate their 45th anniversary with a free webcast tonight (Aug. 18).
The Japanese company Sky Perfect JSat has chosen Starship to launch its Superbird-9 communications satellite to geosynchronous transfer orbit in 2024.
Reference Artemis 3 is a planned landing mission that will put humans on the surface of the moon. It is scheduled to touch down in 2025, assuming previous missions go to plan.
Reference Artemis 2 will launch a crew of astronauts to the moon's orbit in a system using the Space Launch System megarocket and Orion spacecraft.
NASA will unveil potential future landing sites for human return on the surface of the moon and you can watch the briefing on Space.com tomorrow (Aug. 19), or directly on the space agency's website.
Three mannequins and several biological and radiation experiments will assess the radiation environment near the moon during Artemis 1.
Reference NASA's twin probes, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have been exploring the cosmos for 45 years. Here, we take a look at some of their best images.
A SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule will leave the International Space Station Friday morning (Aug. 19), and you can watch the departure live.
The OMOTENASHI mission is the only secondary payload on Artemis 1 that will have a controlled landing on the surface of the moon.
On Aug. 18, 1868, a French astronomer named Pierre Jules César Janssen discovered helium during a total solar eclipse. Learn how it happened On This Day in Space!
China is continuing to boost its options for launching small satellites with a new rocket called the Smart Dragon 3, which is expected to fly for the first time soon.
A spacewalk outside the International Space Station was cut short Wednesday (Aug. 17) after Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev experienced an electrical problem with his Orlan spacesuit.
A small metal rod joined NASA's new moon-bound rocket for an overnight move to the launch pad, serving as a symbolic marker for the milestone event at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The Artemis 1 Space Launch System is on its way to the moon following its four-mile journey to a Kennedy Space Center launch pad.
Reference The Vulcan Centaur rocket is United Launch Alliance's new methane-fueled rocket due to launch in late 2022.