On May 23, 2019, SpaceX launched the first 60 satellites of its Starlink internet megaconstellation. See the mission in pictures here!
The 60 Starlink internet satellites will be the heaviest payload SpaceX has ever launched, and the spacecraft will deploy in an unusual way.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first 60 satellites for its Starlink internet constellation today (May 23) at 10:30 p.m. EDT (0230 GMT on May 24). Watch it live here!
NASA wants to land humans on the moon in just five years — and the agency has chosen its first company to help the Artemis program build a lunar outpost for those astronauts: Maxar.
A planned launch of a remote sensing satellite from Taiyuan in north China may have ended in failure, with the lack of an official statement suggesting an issue with the mission.
SpaceX plans to launch the first 60 members of its Starlink internet-satellite constellation tonight (May 23), and you can watch the liftoff live.
What will it take for NASA to put humans back on the moon? Aside from a still-undetermined sum of cash, the agency will need to launch about 37 moon missions between now and 2028.
India is now gearing up for the July launch of Chandrayaan-2, a robotic lunar orbiter/lander/rover combo that is slated to touch down at a predetermined site close to the lunar south pole.
Those who don't learn the lessons of an extinct alien civilization's fall may be doomed to repeat it.
NASA is inviting people around the world to submit their names for inclusion on microchips that will fly aboard the life-hunting Mars 2020 rover, which is scheduled to launch next summer.
A group of undergraduates launched what is likely the first-ever student-designed and student-built rocket past the boundary of space.
Here are the some of the best science fiction books Space.com's writers and editors have read and loved.
Space.com's editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight.
The satellites that SpaceX is about to launch to Earth orbit could help humanity settle the moon and Mars someday.
See photos of India's PSLV-C46 mission that launched the RISAT-2B Earth-observation satellite into orbit.