USPS released "Sun Science," a collection of 10 colorful stamps celebrating the study of heliophysics using imagery from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
Turkey plans to send a rover to the moon by the end of the decade using a domestically built rocket engine that will first fly to the moon in a test mission in 2023.
The community ponders about the most important questions in space exploration and interrogates dark matter.
On June 18, 1983, NASA astronaut Sally Ride became America's first woman in space. See how it happened in our "On This Day In Space" series!
Fresh off a nearly $12 million funding round, startup space company Launcher announced a new satellite platform to carry stacks of CubeSats into space.
The U.S. Senate confirmed former astronaut Pam Melroy as NASA deputy administrator on Thursday (June 17), about six weeks after doing the same for space agency chief Bill Nelson.
NASA is working quickly to fix the Hubble Space Telescope after an issue with a 1980s-era computer on board caused the famous orbiting observatory to temporarily shut down.
Flags, patches and pins representing the diverse history of the U.S. and its space exploration efforts will be on board the second orbital flight test of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft.
Heavy traffic at the International Space Station has pushed SpaceX's next crewed launch to the orbiting lab for NASA back a week.
SpaceX successfully launched an advanced GPS satellite for the U.S. Space Force and nailed a rocket landing at sea on Thursday (June 17).
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch a new GPS navigation satellite for the U.S. military today (June 17) and you can watch it live online.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch a Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite for the U.S. Space Force on Thursday (June 17), and you can watch it live here.
So far, only the U.S., the Soviet Union/Russia and China have launched humans to Earth orbit. But India aims to join that exclusive club in the next year or two.
Shenzhou 12 docked with Tianhe, the Chinese space station core module, early Thursday morning (June 17), about 6 1/2 hours after lifting off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China.
The Shenzhou 12 mission launched Wednesday (June 16) from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, sending three astronauts toward China's new space station.
The Shenzhou 12 mission is scheduled to lift off tonight (June 16) from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 9:22 p.m. EDT (0122 GMT on June 17).
China is looking at the ways of getting astronauts to Mars and back safely and potentially establishing a long-term presence on the Red Planet.
Two astronauts ran out of time on a spacewalk while trying to install new solar arrays the International Space Station.