Three astronauts on China's new space station have performed the country's first spacewalk and are busy configuring the module for future crews.
NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter explores the "intriguing" Raised Ridges during its latest and most complex flight to date.
A Portland-area high school came out on top in a new "distributed" version of this year's American Rocketry Challenge that was optimized for pandemic safety.
Scientists worry that growing numbers of rocket flights and the arrival of space tourism could harm Earth's atmosphere and contribute to climate change.
The Mars helicopter Ingenuity flew its 10th flight on Saturday (July 24) to pass its first 1-mile marker.
As wildfires currently devastate western North America, a new airborne project team hopes to develop a space solution to stop conflagrations before they get out of control.
A British astrophotographer captured a stunning view of the Nauka science module, just hours after its launch into orbit on Wednesday (July 21).
A new type of space telescope could soar high above Earth's clouds to view the universe in a more environmentally-friendly and upgradable way than current technologies.
U.K. rocket start-up Skyrora wants to collect the remains of the iconic British satellite Prospero from low Earth orbit and bring it to Earth to be displayed in a museum.
Scientists hunting for elusive gravitational waves across the universe may be able to supercharge their discoveries with a new tool: artificial intelligence.
NASA and the U.S. Department of Energy have teamed up to fund three design concepts for reactors that could become part of a nuclear thermal propulsion system.
A new batch of images from the recent Ingenuity flight is helping NASA scientists to refine science goals for the Perseverance rover as it searches for signs of life on the Red Planet.
Australian start-up Spiral Blue has launched two computers on small satellites to test in-orbit processing of Earth-observation images in hopes of making insights from space more accessible.
Given the highly successful and ongoing flights of NASA's Ingenuity helicopter on Mars, engineers are turning their attention to future aerial craft for the Red Planet.
Ingenuity spotted a heart-shaped track created when the Perseverance Mars rover took a slight detour, likely to investigate an interesting rock or patch of dirt.
Large telecommunication satellites used for TV broadcasting could be quickly and easily repurposed as anti-asteroid weapons according to European aerospace company Airbus.