NASA is about to make history on the Red Planet with the first controlled, helicopter flight on another world.
At the center of space exploration beats a heart of incredible technological marvels and innovation that inspires scientists and engineers to reach for the stars. See some of the wildest space tech concepts here, as well as technologies needed to ensure humanity's expansion across the solar system.
NASA engineers will teach kids about the Mars helicopter Ingenuity in a live webcast today. Here's how to watch.
Astroscale just launched the first commercial space junk cleanup mission designed to locate and retrieve used satellites and other debris orbiting Earth.
The X-37B space plane is being used to flight-validate the best ways to gather the sun's energy for power beaming from Earth orbit.
The 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper captured its first color photograph on Saturday (April 3), shortly after being lowered to the Martian dirt by the Perseverance rover.
The scientists trapped the antimatter in a magnetic field to stop it from annihilating, before blasting it with a cooling laser.
NASA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) have paired up for a challenge to build food systems for Mars missions.
Scientists may have finally made a complete digital model for the Cosmos panel of a 2,000-year-old mechanical device called the Antikythera mechanism that's believed to be the world's first computer.
NASA's newest fleet of far-out exploration ideas include projects on topics such as Titan sample return, artificial gravity for astronauts, and collecting vast amounts of planetary data.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk showed off the company's first Starship Super Heavy booster in a Twitter post on Thursday (March 18).
The teams behind NASA's Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter have chosen an airfield on the Red Planet for the little chopper and are gearing up for flights in the near future.
A team of physicists has proposed a clever plan to concoct a quantum theory of gravity: refine an age-old technique, and use it to probe the tiniest scales in the universe.
Northrop Grumman and United Launch Alliance successfully performed a crucial rocket motor test for ULA's next-generation rocket, Vulcan Centaur, in preparation for a debut launch later this year.
No-one has visited the Moon since 1972. But with the advent of commercial human spaceflight, the urge to return is resurgent and generating a new space race.
A new generation of the first watch worn on the moon carries on its iconic Apollo-era look while introducing the highest level of precision available from a modern Swiss-made chronograph.
The International Space Station will soon be augmented with six new arrays to power its continued and expanded use.
A new "transforming" rover in development at NASA will be able to explore rough terrain unlike any rover before it.