SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket performed a static fire test today (April 5), helping pave the way for a planned April 9 launch for the huge rocket.
Amazon is joining the list of companies planning a constellation of thousands of satellites for broadband internet connectivity.
Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft slammed a copper cannonball into the asteroid Ryugu last night (April 4), in an effort to blast out a crater.
House Armed Service Committee Chairman Adam Smith on Thursday sent a letter to Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson questioning "what seems to be a rush to move ahead in the procurement strategy."
Israel's Beresheet lander finally concluded a spiraling journey out of Earth's orbit and into the moon's, and the SpaceIL team celebrated with stunning photographs of the far side of the moon.
NASA's Lunar Gateway space station design process is beginning to take shape: The agency has announced five new prototypes that it plans to test on the ground.
Japan's Hayabusa2 probe deployed a heavy copper plate toward the asteroid Ryugu last night (April 4), in an effort to create an artificial crater.
Water vapor poured across the Mississippi landscape as NASA ground-tested an engine type that may take astronauts to the moon in the next three years.
An Arianespace Soyuz rocket deployed four satellites into space today (April 4) after a successful launch from French Guiana.
Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques snapped a photo of a Russian cargo spacecraft's zigzag launch trail from the International Space Station this morning (April 4).
There are two rocket launches, a spacecraft docking, a lunar orbit arrival and an asteroid crash scheduled on Thursday (April 4). Here's how to watch live.
Most rocky bodies in the solar system bear the scars of past impacts, but only rarely can scientists watch those impacts occur in real time — and they're about to get just such a chance.
A new Russian Progress cargo ship chased the International Space Station on a superfast mission today (April 4) after a flawless liftoff atop its Soyuz rocket
SpaceX just fired up the "Starhopper" prototype for the company's planned Starship spacecraft for the first time, according to company CEO Elon Musk.
Beresheet will slip into orbit around the moon tomorrow morning (April 4) — if it aces a crucial engine burn.
The liftoff will follow closely on the heels of a mission Rocket Lab recently flew for the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
The first uncrewed test flight of the capsule to the International Space Station has slipped to August.
It's spacewalk season this spring at the International Space Station, and that means astronauts are relying on highly engineered, difficult-to-fit suits to stay safe in the vacuum of space.