The International Space Station is now sporting a shiny new piece of hardware.
The new Vera C. Rubin Observatory in Chile has announced a three-year agreement with Google to host data from astronomy observations in the cloud.
Made In Space just built its first ceramic part in orbit, 3D printing a single-piece turbine part onboard the International Space Station.
Nuclear power will be a big part of the United States' space exploration efforts going forward, a new policy document affirms.
Russia has launched a new anti-satellite missile test, its latest push to weaponize space, U.S. Space Command officials said Wednesday (Dec. 16).
Virgin Orbit announced that its LauncherOne rocket will soon perform in its second demonstration flight.
Modern astronomy is going through a new chapter of sample-retrieval missions, which started with the Apollo program.
New technologies could allow exploration of skylights, lava tubes and caverns on the moon — underground environments that human explorers may be able to exploit in the not-too-distant future.
It sounds like science fiction: giant solar power stations floating in space that beam down enormous amounts of energy to Earth.
Space fans and board game fans collide in Twilight Imperium Fourth Edition, an epic battle for intergalactic domination.
You can beam up "Star Trek Catan" board game for 23% off at Amazon in a highly logical sale for Black Friday, so act fast while the deal is still in your quadrant.
Space technology and prepared foods developed for astronauts will also help keep Americans safe this Thanksgiving, as many prepare for a socially distanced meal.