See the best photos on Space.com this week.
Earth, our home planet, is the 3rd planet from the sun.
Climate change on Earth — and the brutal repercussions it causes — might interfere with the search for life far beyond our own planet.
Satellites captured strengthening Tropical Storm Nicholas as it neared the coast of Texas before pouring down over ten inches of rain in only a few hours.
China's Shenzhou 12 astronauts have sent back stunning images taken out of small windows of the Tianhe space station module in low Earth orbit.
ISS astronaut Thomas Pesquet captured a trippy new photo of orange 'airglow' streaming past the sideways Earth.
As the 20th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, satellite images show the devastation caused by the terror attacks that day and the evolution of disaster monitoring from space.
Satellite images capture aerial views of an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane Ida's landfall on Aug. 29.
As Hurricane Larry churned through the Atlantic Ocean this weekend, astronauts at the International Space Station kept a watchful eye on the storm from space.
High-tech solar-powered greenhouses inspired by technology developed for missions to the moon and Mars could soon grow food in Arabian deserts as well as in orbit around Earth, Nanoracks plans.
The epic storm that swept across the eastern United States this week hit New Jersey so hard that satellites saw the damage from space.
Astronauts living and working on the International Space Station continue to monitor fires burning across California during a particularly serious fire season.
The European Sentinel 2 satellite has flown over Mount Etna just as the volcano, the most active in Europe, erupted for the 50th time this year on Sunday (Aug 29).
NASA personnel at the agency's manufacturing facility in Louisiana are continuing to evaluate damage caused by Hurricane Ida, which made landfall on Sunday (Aug. 29).
We're getting a bird's-eye view of some of the damage Ida has wrought, thanks to before-and-after photos snapped by Maxar Technologies' WorldView-2 satellite.
Powerful eyes in the sky watched the menacing maelstrom Ida churn through the southern United States, even at night.
The launch of NASA's Earth-observing Landsat 9 satellite will be delayed a week due to a shortage of liquid nitrogen.