Two Black astronauts spoke to Space.com about their experiences in space and what's coming next.
Over the years, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about planets, comets, asteroids, stars, galaxies, black holes and more, often from kids and sometimes from kids-at-heart. Inside SpaceKids on SPACE.com, you’ll find some great big questions and very simple, straightforward answers about everything from the moon to Mars and beyond into our Milky Galaxy and the universe itself.
After a year without people, the sky would be bluer, the air clearer. The wind and the rain would scrub clean the surface of the Earth; all the smog and dust that humans make would be gone.
The latest entry in the Zelda series features floating islands high above the lands of Hyrule. But can we find these features on Earth, or alien planets?
Space Center Houston showcases more than six decades of spaceflight history, mapping out how humanity is on the cusp of returning to the moon.
The Black History Month event Friday (Feb. 10) included astronauts, NASA directors and a discussion of why diversity matters, with high schoolers making up much of the audience.
The four-time NBA champion is reaching for space with Blue Origin's non-profit, Club for the Future.
NASA aerospace engineer Sabrina Thompson's "Girl in Space" organization is building an in-vehicle flight suit designed for women first. It will be tested in a Mars analog next year.
Curious Kids: what is exotic matter, and could we use it to make wormholes? – Julia, aged 14, London
Christopher Slayton took on a challenge of galactic scale: to recreate the universe in Minecraft, a game that is usually tailored to creators building on a single world.
Ohio's Center of Science and Industry launched a 'Learning Lunchbox' initiative to help their community in 2020. 2 years later, it has the attention of NASA and the White House.
If a distant solar system is millions of light years away and so we see it as it was millions of years ago, how can we see what it looks like now? Parul, aged 13, Sri Ganganagar, India
NASA astronauts are finally crossing into "Pop" culture. Funko, the collectibles company best known for its line of Pop! vinyl figures, has revealed its first product depicting a NASA astronaut.
Around the world, astrophysicists are poring over the blips of gravitational waves that ripple through Earth when distant black holes or neutron stars collide. Most don't also attend high school.
NASA celebrates the famous mathematical ratio each year on March 14 (3/14), which is meant to represent the 3.14 constant.
A new YouTube original follows a group of kids who go on a scavenger hunt with clues delivered from the International Space Station, with Vice President Kamala Harris assisting.
NASA is looking for student teams to enter its TechRise Student Challenge, which tasks students in grades six through 12 with designing experiments to launch on a suborbital spaceflight.