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.
The only archaeologists to study life on the International Space Station are now offering to advise on the next outposts. The co-directors of the ISS Archaeological Project have found Brick Moon.
NASA's has not yet set a date for the launch of its Artemis 1 rocket, but you can watch online for free when it launches.
Brian Binnie, who in 2004 became only the second person in history to pilot a private craft into space, has died at the age of 69.
The failure of a Blue Origin rocket during an uncrewed launch this month has members of Congress urging for more transparency of an FAA investigation into the accident.
The Boeing Starliner spacecraft is targeting astronaut taxi missions to the International Space Station in 2023, following a successful test mission.
SpaceX launched 54 Starlink satellites to orbit Sunday night (Sept. 18) after five straight scrubs due to bad weather.
China's Chang'e 4 lander and Yutu 2 rover, the first robots ever to land safely on the far side of the moon, are quietly continuing their work.
NASA is gearing up for a crucial fueling test of its Artemis 1 moon rocket on Wednesday (Sept. 21) that could keep the huge vehicle on track for a liftoff less than a week later.
Chinese astronauts Chen Dong and Cai Xuzhe completed a spacewalk Saturday (Sept. 17) outside the Tiangong space station.
NASA has asked private industry to submit proposals for crewed moon landers for its Artemis program. The agency has already tapped SpaceX's Starship as the first Artemis lander.
The UAE's Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre announced today (Sept. 16) that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the China National Space Agency to work together on future moon missions.
Hundreds of thousands of people will join 'The Queue' in London to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II.
ABL completed a key fueling test with its RS1 rocket on the pad at Pacific Spaceport Complex on Alaska's Kodiak Island this week and is working to finalize the window for its debut launch.