Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
On May 26, 1983, the European Space Agency launched its first X-ray observatory into space. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space videos series!
An evocative new photo from the International Space Station shows what it's like to fly along the line between darkness and daylight on planet Earth.
After spending a month in space, a small group of mice returned to Earth with joint problems. Now scientists are wondering what that means for humans who go to space.
A satellite tracker has spotted SpaceX's Starlink fleet in the sky a day after the 60-satellite launch. The view is amazing!
The first 60 satellites in SpaceX's huge Starlink constellation haven't experienced any hiccups in orbit thus far.
Boeing has completed ground testing of the thrusters for its CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle, nearly a year after a setback in earlier testing of those thrusters.
Launch Service Agreement contract winners Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman and United Launch Alliance have filed 'motions to intervene' in the lawsuit filed by SpaceX.
A former space industry executive who joined NASA to guide its revamped lunar exploration strategy has left the agency after just a month and a half.
A high school team from Wisconsin is on its way to Paris after taking top prize at the Team America Rocketry Challenge, according to a May 18 announcement.
The 60 internet satellites SpaceX just launched will be but the tip of a very large off-Earth iceberg, if all goes according to plan.
For more than a century, explorers have traveled to the farthest reaches of, and off, our world, carrying with them a banner of the club that unites them all.
On May 23, 2019, SpaceX launched the first 60 satellites of its Starlink internet megaconstellation. See the mission in pictures here!
The 60 Starlink internet satellites will be the heaviest payload SpaceX has ever launched, and the spacecraft will deploy in an unusual way.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first 60 satellites for its Starlink internet constellation today (May 23) at 10:30 p.m. EDT (0230 GMT on May 24). Watch it live here!
NASA wants to land humans on the moon in just five years — and the agency has chosen its first company to help the Artemis program build a lunar outpost for those astronauts: Maxar.
A planned launch of a remote sensing satellite from Taiyuan in north China may have ended in failure, with the lack of an official statement suggesting an issue with the mission.