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.
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.
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.
The coronavirus pandemic continues around the world, satellites in space are revealing a radical shift in human behavior.
The small-satellite launch company Virgin Orbit has developed a new ventilator meant to be mass-producible to help support teams taking care of patients affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic just got an off-Earth shout-out on National Doctors' Day.
As the coronavirus-borne disease spreads around the world, India's space agency has responded by pausing launches and pivoting resources to develop ventilators and hand sanitizer.
There are at least two bright spots in these strange times: Telescopes are still studying distant galaxies and penguins are still pooping across Antarctica.
From the comfort and safety of your own home, you can now explore Walt Disney World all by yourself.
Satellite internet startup OneWeb has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a move that comes less than a week after the company launched nearly three dozen satellites into orbit.
Jodie Whittaker, the 13th Doctor from BBC's iconic sci-fi series "Doctor Who," has an emergency transmission for the coronavirus pandemic.
Remember the video of the quarantined Italian citizen channeling his best Brian May by blasting the electric guitar solo from Queen’s We Will Rock You out into the world from his balcony in Rome?
Astronauts at the International Space Station are sharing positivity and stunning images of our home planet from their temporary home in orbit.
As countries have shut down to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, satellites in orbit around Earth are noticing resulting changes to our home world.
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket took to the skies Thursday afternoon (March 26), delivering a highly advanced communications satellite to orbit for the U.S. Space Force.