Inspire others to look up by giving the gift of a telescope or astronomy binoculars. We've rounded up some of the best deals
3D rocket-printing startup Relativity Space said it plans a "major expansion" of operations and manufacturing to boost production of its Terran rocket line.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter, which landed on Mars with the agency's Perseverance rover in February, has now completed eight Red Planet flights — and it's far from done.
A new cosmic map showed previously unseen structures connecting galaxies, which could help scientists better model a future collision between the Milky Way and Andromeda.
United Airlines plans to add faster speeds to its passenger airliner fleet, with the help of Boom Supersonic.
Researchers have detected an earthquake using instruments flying in a balloon above California, and the technology could one day detect quakes on Venus.
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $4.9 billion contract to build a triad of missile-warning satellites for the U.S. Space Force.
The US military has released previously classified photos and films related to unidentified flying object (UFO) sightings, which mostly show something blurry moving strangely.
U.K. startup Arqit expects to launch a worldwide service for sharing unbreakable quantum-encrypted messages using satellites in 2023.
The "Moon in My Room" is available until the end of the day today (June 22) at Amazon for 40% off, so be sure to snap it up quickly.
Looking for the perfect beginner's package for a telescope? The Celestron PowerSeeker 127EQ is on sale now for $132.49 for Amazon Prime Day, a 30% deep discount.
Right now you can save 35% on a Amazon Echo Dot device complete with Baby Yoda ears thanks to its Mandalorian The Child Stand for Prime Day.
This device will hook up your telescope to any smartphone, and it's available on Amazon for $22 less.
Snag Celestron's Nature DX 8x42 binoculars for just $102.99, or 30% off from the regular price of $146.95.
New spacecraft sustainability rating will evaluate satellite missions based on responsible design with respect to protecting the orbital environment from the proliferation of space debris.
Celestron's AstroMaster 130EQ telescope is on sale this Amazon Prime Day for $195.99, down 30% from the usual price of $279.96.
Looking at the night sky can be an inspiring moment for youngsters, and the right telescope can drive an interest in skywatching for a lifetime
The western world's most advanced economies have agreed to take action against space debris at the G-7 Leaders' Summit in Cornwall, U.K.
The world’s first satellite made partially of wood is set to launch to space later this year. It will test how well the sustainable material deals with the harsh environment of space.