NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket will head back to the launch pad once again early Friday morning (Nov. 4), and you can watch the slow-moving action live.
Scientists say a giant impact knocked off the raw ingredients for the moon off the primitive molten Earth and into orbit.
The interplanetary collision that formed the moon might have more connections to Earth's ancient history than we ever imagined.
Skywatchers will have an excellent opportunity to spot Jupiter on Friday when the moon makes a close approach in the sky to the massive gas giant, the largest planet in the solar system.
The second lunar eclipse of 2022 – a total lunar eclipse – will happen on the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 8 when the moon moves into the darkest part of Earth's shadow.
While NASA officials stressed that Artemis 1 continues to be a challenging mission, they stated they are confident in the upcoming launch attempt on Nov. 14.
NASA's tiny CAPSTONE probe has bounced back from a troubling glitch and is on track to reach the moon this month as planned.
The Tokyo company ispace's Mission 1, which will carry a tiny moon rover for the United Arab Emirates, has been delayed about a week, to no earlier than Nov. 22.
NASA says that SpaceX plans to resume its Starship test-flight program in December with an orbital try. But that's not confirmed yet.
Reference A reddish moon will be visible on Nov. 8 for 85 minutes from North America, parts of South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket is once again headed back to the launch pad on Friday (Nov. 4) ahead of its historic lunar mission.
Artemis 4 will land on the moon as soon as 2027 instead of continuing to build out a supporting NASA-led lunar station called Gateway.
A new NASA study has found that the protection of the Apollo landing sites remains a concern. The report, though, recommends "extreme restraint" in seeking protection for future heritage sites.
There are quite a few times in history when crews ran into trouble, and got out again. That's why good training for the extreme environment of space is a must.
Early on Election Day morning, early risers will have an opportunity to observe the November Beaver Moon undergo a total eclipse.
NASA's Lucy mission took stunning closeup images of the moon after using Earth to gain a gravity-assisted boost for its journey to visit Jupiter's Trojan asteroids.
NASA's Lucy spacecraft took some amazing photos of Earth and the moon as it prepares to slingshot towards Jupiter's Trojan asteroids.
The partial solar eclipse today (Oct. 25) generated some haunting space footage of the shadow of our moon passing over our Earth, as seen from satellites.