Using data collected by NASA's sun-touching Parker Solar Probe, scientists have tracked the "fast" solar wind back to showerhead-like funnels generated by coronal holes.
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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Astronomers have discovered the first chemical evidence of pair-instability supernovae from the universe's earliest massive stars in a strange star in the Milky Way’s galactic halo.
NASA's Psyche asteroid mission is on track to hit its new launch target of October 2023, a year later than originally planned, an independent review has found.
A robotic SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule arrived at the International Space Station early Tuesday morning (June 6).
A SpaceX Dragon capsule launched toward the International Space Station today (June 5) carrying about 7,000 pounds of supplies.
Mickey Mouse has landed on the "face" of the moon. Face, that is, of a wristwatch created to pay homage to The Walt Disney Company and when its 100-year history intersected with the Space Age.
Boeing is standing down from the first-ever crewed launch of its Starliner capsule for NASA due to safety issues with the spacecraft's parachutes and wiring.
Astronomers discovered two mini-Neptunes and a third potential exoplanet in the final data sent home by NASA's Kepler space telescope just before it was decommissioned in late 2018.
During the opening remarks in today's meeting of NASA's UAP study team, members stressed that the biggest roadblock standing between us and understanding unidentified phenomena is a lack of data.
A recently completed 'checkpoint review' of Boeing's upcoming crewed flight test to the International Space Station identified several issues to address before the planned July 21 liftoff.
Apollo lunar module pilots Charlie Duke, Harrison Schmitt and Rusty Schweickart joined active NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik in the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, DC.
An independent report into NASA contracts for the SLS rocket has found significant cost overruns and delays which could hinder the agency's plans to put astronauts back on the moon.
NASA's Lucy spacecraft has altered its course ahead of visiting its first asteroid target in Nov. 2023 on its way to become the first probe to visit the Trojan asteroids that orbit Jupiter.
NASA announced the winners of phase two of the Deep Space Food Challenge, an initiative to design new food production technologies that could be used by astronauts on extended voyages.
NASA's Juno spacecraft has spotted short bursts that make up lightning bolts on Jupiter, showing that Jovian lightning works in much the same way as it does on Earth.
A surprise crater find in Saskatchewan may pay off big for Artemis 2 astronaut Jeremy Hansen, who was on the expedition. He may see a similar crater type on the moon.
Blue Origin's Blue Moon lander will take astronauts to the lunar surface in 2029, on the Artemis 5 mission. It's the second NASA moon lander for astronauts, after SpaceX's Starship.
Astronaut Christina Koch is no stranger to hard work, or success. Here are 3 tips the NASA Artemis 2 mission specialists has for kids hoping to walk on Mars one day.
Following recent diversity and climate change initiatives by NASA, two Senate republicans accused the space agency of straying from its core space exploration mission.