NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has snapped a stunning photo of the Veil Nebula in more exquisite detail than ever before.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990 and has taken some of the most stunning photographs of the universe around us.
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Lego designer Milan Madge reveals the hidden details of the new NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set with the Hubble Space Telescope.
Lego's NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set is every space geek's dream. Here's our review from a veteran space reporter.
Once described as the most complex flying machine ever built, comprised of more than 2.5 million moving parts, you can now assemble your own model of NASA's space shuttle using just 2,354 pieces.
You'll soon be able to recreate one of NASA's most famous space shuttle missions in Lego for with the new NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set.
The venerable Hubble Space Telescope is recovering from a glitch that halted its science operations over the weekend, according to NASA.
Scientists think they've spied an alien world that lost its atmosphere — then conjured itself a new one.
Hubble went into a protective "safe mode" early Sunday morning (March 7), but its handlers seem confident it will bounce back in relatively short order.
The globular cluster NGC 6397, a conglomeration of stars about 7,800 light-years from Earth, likely harbors a clump of small black holes at its heart, a new study reports.
The Hubble Space Telescope stars on a new U.S. coin in celebration of the orbiting observatory's 30 years as a symbol of ingenuity.
As families tuck into their couches to watch Charlie Brown's quest for the great pumpkin this Halloween, they may be surprised to hear that NASA has already discovered a "greater pumpkin."
Tens of millions of years ago, the corpse of a star stole away too much gas from a neighbor and exploded, becoming a beacon in the cosmos — one that took a full year to fade away.
NASA recently highlighted some collaborations between the Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes.
A photo by the Hubble Space Telescope shows the solar system's largest planet in surprising pastel hues.
Once again, scientists have realized that when it comes to dark matter, they are missing a piece or two of the puzzle.
Galactic halos are both more massive and more complicated than scientists realized, according to new observations from the Hubble Space Telescope.
The Hubble Space Telescope turned its powerful eyes to a celestial visitor to our skies — Comet NEOWISE, which put on a stunning show in the United States earlier this summer.
Astronomers used the moon as a mirror to study Earth during a lunar eclipse, simulating a possible search for signs of extraterrestrial life.