Comedian Stephen Colbert phoned the International Space Station today (April 15) to get some isolation tips from NASA astronaut Jessica Meir.
Here is Space.com's complete coverage of the coronavirus outbreak's effects on space industry, exploration and astronomy research. For other info from Live Science and Space.com: Our kids activity guide, U.S. case counts, coronavirus symptoms, our kids guide, comparison with seasonal flu and treatments in the works.
Spaceflight, like every sector, is feeling effects from the spreading coronavirus pandemic, and that holds true in Russia as well, where manufacturing of its main rocket has halted, officials said.
While everyone is staying safe and doing what they can to cope with the coronavirus pandemic, we at Space.com have a list of astronomy activities you can do from your own backyard or balcony.
This Saturday (April 11), 50 years after Apollo 13 launched to the moon, you can celebrate human spaceflight with a Yuri's Night livestream event.
Stuck at home with the kids because of coronavirus? Here’s a list of educational and entertaining activities to keep them occupied.
NASA satellite data revealed significant reductions in air pollution over the major metropolitan areas of the Northeast United States as people reduce travel during the coronavirus outbreak.
A conspiracy theory claiming 5G can spread the coronavirus is making the rounds on social media. Peddling such misinformation is not only wrong, it's destructive.
As experts at staying healthy under unusual conditions, astronauts currently living aboard the International Space Station have shared their exercise and isolation tips.
NASA and the European Space Agency plan to haul pristine Mars samples to Earth in the near future. Should we worry about a possible 'Andromeda Strain' scenario?
The Northeast Astronomy Forum is holding a free "virtual experience" and you can watch it live online, and maybe even win some prizes! Here's how.
Jim Bridenstine recently told NASA employees that he knows how tough the coronavirus outbreak has made life for most of them. But all their hard work will soon pay off, he stressed.
To date, NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Drew Morgan and cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka have experienced the coronavirus outbreak only from afar. But that will soon change.
We turn to examples in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," to remember how Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise dealt with the issue of outbreak.
NASA is calling on its workforce to come up with creative ways that the agency can help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, native Hawaiians who oppose construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project on Maunakea in Hawaii have reduced their presence on the mountainside.
NASA's first two commercial deliveries to the moon are still on track despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to agency leadership.
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