China's Mars rover Zhurong used a tiny camera to snap a self portrait of itself with its lander on the Red Planet.
The HiRISE camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a shot of China's first-ever Red Planet rover, called Zhurong, on June 6, about three weeks after the wheeled robot touched down.
More than 50 years after it provided the communications link between Houston and the moon, Collins Aerospace is again helping connect "Space City" with the future of U.S. activities in space.
A space shuttle simulator has returned to NASA's Johnson Space Center almost a decade after it was last "flown."
China is getting ready to send three taikonauts to its new space station core module, although we don't yet know when it will happen and who will go.
Venus scientists have long complained that their target wasn't getting its due in robotic investigators. Now, a third new mission to Earth's mysterious twin has been announced in just over a week.
The U.S. Senate passed a bill that would allocate nearly $250 billion to American scientific and technical research — including $10 billion for NASA to fund private crewed moon landers.
NASA is about to announce the winners of its latest Centennial Challenge to grow human tissue in a lab, and you can watch the action live online.
Glavkosmos, the marketing and management arm of the Russian federal space agency Roscosmos, is inviting folks to buy a trip to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft.
Ingenuity took to the Martian skies again on Tuesday (June 6), making its first sortie since battling through an in-flight anomaly on May 22.
The photos from a historic flyby of Ganymede, the solar system's largest moon, are starting to roll in.
Russia's space chief is threatening to leave the International Space Station program in 2025 unless the United States lifts sanctions against the Russian space sector.
Relativity Space revealed details of Terran R, a new two-stage rocket that's key to the Southern California startup's bold off-Earth goals, which include helping humanity get a foothold on Mars.
United Launch Alliance (ULA)'s next Atlas V launch will have to wait a little longer as the liftoff has been delayed, the company announced Friday (June 5).
Astra announced on Monday (June 7) that it's acquiring Apollo Fusion, a company that builds electric-propulsion spacecraft engines.
Boston-based firm RR Auction is vetting the people bidding to fly to space this summer on Blue Origin's New Shepard suborbital vehicle.
The Amazon.com and Blue Origin founder announced on Instagram that he and his brother would fly on the New Shepard vehicle's first crewed flight, scheduled for July 20.
Chemicals produced by re-entering megaconstellation satellites will likely alter the Earth’s upper atmosphere and damage the protective ozone layer.