On July 22, 1969, the three men on NASA's Apollo 11 mission were in the homestretch of their historic moon voyage. See how they fired the engines on their spacecraft.
Earth, our home planet, is the 3rd planet from the sun.
On board the International Space Station, a new antenna has switched on and is gathering data from tiny tags attached to a very different type of flier.
It's a trek of epic proportions: 2,700 miles (4,350 kilometers) across sea ice in the Arctic in just 76 days, likely fueled by hunger.
A host of weather satellites — and at least one astronaut — are keeping their eyes on Tropical Storm Barry as it approaches the Gulf Coast.
Trump administration officials are removing references to climate change from U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) press releases, according to a ClimateWire report.
NASA's Earth observation satellites have spotted the largest seaweed bloom in the world, a belt of algae stretching 5,500 miles (8,850 kilometers) from West Africa to the Gulf of Mexico.
Two recent Southern California earthquakes warped the ground across dozens of square miles — and the changes are visible even from space.
One of last week's powerful Southern California temblors created a crack in the planet's crust that's visible from space.
A joint NASA/NOAA spacecraft that monitors space weather and provides imagery of Earth has been offline for more than a week because of a problem with its positioning system.
An eerie image of Earth's North Pole shows the effects on our planet's reflectivity when an unusual type of cloud forms.
New photos of Earth from space reveal a brown ash plume billowing from the Raikoke volcano in the North Pacific Ocean following an eruption on Saturday (June 22).
A massive refinery explosion in Philadelphia was so hot and expansive that it was visible on weather satellites, according to the National Weather Service.
This year's Atlantic hurricane season has been quiet to date, but meteorologists always know that could change. Soon they'll have a new tool for improving forecasts of how these storms will behave.
Water is a complex problem on Earth: Some places get far too little of it and some get far too much.
A stratospheric balloon designed to provide long-term bird's-eye views just took a big step toward commercial flight.
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