One future journey through the solar system might be possible, thanks to a sail powered by the sun.
The SABRE air-breathing rocket engine is ready for a major round of testing in the next 18 months after passing a preliminary design review by the European Space Agency.
Fortunately, we're getting to the point where we can see potentially hazardous objects coming — and maybe even do something about it.
A NASA piggyback experiment may have survived the April 11 crash of Israel's Beresheet moon lander, experts said.
SpaceX recovered the payload fairing during yesterday's Falcon Heavy megarocket launch and plans to employ it on another mission this year, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk said.
The secret of the project's success is linking radio dishes across the globe to create a virtual telescope about the size of Earth.
Astronomers orchestrated radio dish telescopes across the world into an Earth-size virtual camera for a bold new experiment attempting to deliver the first-ever image of a black hole.
A new report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies focuses on four specific countries that pose the greatest risk for the United States: China, Russia, Iran and North Korea.
Japan's space agency wants to create a moon base with the help of robots that can work autonomously, with little human supervision.
NASA picked three teams to share a $100,000 award from a competition to make virtual Martian habitats.
Amazon is joining the list of companies planning a constellation of thousands of satellites for broadband internet connectivity.
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."
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.
A U.S. space and defense software company created two new simulation videos, revealing how the anti-satellite weapon recently launched by India might have looked hitting a satellite in space.
Hear from the future riders of Crew Dragon, the reusable vehicle developed by SpaceX through a partnership with NASA.
The partial government shutdown earlier this year that delayed elements of other NASA missions may have provided a reprieve of sorts for a troubled instrument on the agency’s next Mars mission.