A fireball broke up between northern Ireland and Scotland on Wednesday (Sept. 14) at 9:57 p.m. local time, glittering green in the view of populations around the United Kingdom.
Like polar expeditions of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and future human missions to the moon or Mars, we are working in close quarters at the Haughton-Mars Project.
NASA plans a briefing Thursday (Sept. 15) to discuss the Perseverance Mars rover's findings so far. You can watch the briefing live at 11:30 a.m. EDT (1330 GMT).
A trail of SpaceX Starlink satellites are visible in front of a haunting green aurora, as witnessed by AuroraWatchers.com in a video shot near Fairbanks on Sept. 2.
Thomas Zurbuchen guided the agency's Science Mission Directorate through an eventful and successful stretch that saw the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, among other projects.
NASA requested proposals for two additional private missions to the International Space Station to run between late 2023 and 2024, adding on to others approved or already flown with Axiom Space.
Astrobotic will pick up the reins on Masten's business, although it's unclear what will happen with the NASA moon mission Masten had been developing.
Germany and Japan join a growing list of nations that say they won't conduct destructive anti-satellite tests.
A Long March 7A rocket carrying the Zhongxing-1E satellite lifted off Tuesday morning (Sept. 13) from the Wenchang Space Launch Site, on the island of Hainan.
China's government has officially approved three robotic moon missions that will lay groundwork for a permanent lunar base.
Blue Origin is working to understand what caused Monday's accident, and the FAA is overseeing the investigation.
The agreement for point-to-point transportation adds to others Department of Defense want for military and humanitarian purposes.
Hayley Arceneaux's new memoir chronicles her journey from childhood cancer survivor to one of four civilians on board a SpaceX mission in September 2021.
Toward the end of a major engine burn on Thursday evening (Sept. 8), CAPSTONE experienced an anomaly that put the probe in a protective "safe mode," mission team members said.
Sept. 23 is no longer an option for the launch of NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission. The agency is now targeting Sept. 27, with a possible backup date of Oct. 2.
As NASA again prepares to set sail "on the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure" ever embarked, the agency's leaders returned to where JFK stated, "We choose to go to the moon."
In-flight failures are always startling, given the dramatic visuals that accompany them. But the possibility of failure should always be in the back of our minds.
Blue Origin suffered an anomaly during an uncrewed space mission Monday (Sept. 12) but recovered its New Shepard capsule successfully.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson will discuss the legacy of JFK's Rice University moon speech Monday (Sept. 12) at noon EDT (1600 GMT), and you can watch it live.