China launched the Yunhai-1 03 Earth-observing satellite from the Gobi Desert on Tuesday (Sept. 20). The spacecraft's predecessor was hit by a piece of space junk.
NASA's asteroid smasher DART captured a photo of Jupiter and its four moons to test its autonomous navigation system that will lead it to the collision with asteroid Dimorphos next week.
A U.S. astronaut has lifted off for the International Space Station, flying in a seat on a Soyuz spacecraft that was reserved through the first "crew swap" agreement since the space shuttle program.
Technicians are scheduled to begin loading supercold liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants into Artemis 1's Space Launch System megarocket today at 7:15 a.m. EDT (1115 GMT). Watch it live.
NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) probe will slam into an asteroid next week, and we'll get to watch the action live.
A NASA astronaut and two cosmonauts will launch to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft today (Sept. 21). Watch live starting at 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT).
Space life scientists are pushing for the development of an international database on long-term health effects of spaceflight.
Hotel giant Hilton is extending its operations to orbit with a new partnership on the Starlab private space station, which may be operational in 2027.
The U.S. Space Force is conducting a training exercise known as 'Black Skies' that will focus on electronic warfare tactics such as real-world satellite jamming.
Ingenuity traveled about 308 feet (94 meters) on Sunday (Sept. 18), staying aloft for more than 55 seconds and reaching a maximum speed of 10.6 mph (17.1 kph).
The Space Force just unveiled its official song, a 40-second ditty called "Semper Supra" (Latin for "always above.")
ArianeGroup's 'Susie' is a fully reusable craft designed to fit future rockets, one of which is being made right now for Arianespace.
NASA will try out planetary defense technology with its Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) this month, but don't worry — it's not because a space rock is just about to hit us.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson told a major international space conference that the possibility of cooperating with China in space is "up to China."
SpaceX fired seven engines on its Starship Super Heavy prototype "Booster 7" on Monday (Sept. 19), marking the highest number of Raptor engines ever tested simultaneously.
A fueling test of NASA's new megarocket on Sept. 21 could make or break the agency's hopes of launching the Artemis 1 moon mission on Sept. 27.
Earth-imaging satellites have spied the massive crowds that gathered in London for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Cosmonaut Valery Polyakov, who logged the single longest stay in space, has died at the age of 80. Polyakov launched on two missions to the space station Mir. In total, he was off Earth for 678 days.
Heads of the world's major space agencies presented their big plans for the coming years at a major congress in Paris, while underlining the serious challenges that could affect space and humanity.