It's Black Friday, and if you're a space fan looking to escape from shopping madness, NASA has what you need: #BlackHoleFriday.
Houston, we have a new Lego space shuttle sale! The Lego Creator Space Shuttle Explorer building set is 20% off on Amazon.com this Black Friday, selling for $23.99 (down from $29.99, its lowest price so far).
The James Webb Space Telescope has just emerged into the light after more than 90 days sealed in NASA's giant cryogenic vacuum chamber.
In the southern part of the sky at around 9 p.m. this week is the large constellation Cetus, which is identified either as a whale or a sea monster depending on what astronomy book or sky guide you consult.
Mountains. Whales. The distant stars. All these things exist in space, and so do we. Our bodies take up a certain amount of space. When we walk to work, we are moving through space. But what is space?
Here are the best telescopes for the money. Our top picks include recommendations for city dwellers, hobbyists and gift -givers, as well as budget picks. Our editors have selected a few of the best options in each of five categories.
This Black Friday, Amazon has found the droids you're looking for in this littleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit.
This Astromech Droid from a galaxy far, far away can be yours for $129.00, which is 28 percent off the normal listing and Amazon's best offer on this toy.
Check out these great space titles that are heavily discounted on Amazon.com today (Nov. 24), as part of the site's major Black Friday sale.
Black Friday 2017 is upon us and there are tons of deals for space fans on Amazon, but if you're looking for something special (and educational) for your little space cadet, this Elegoo Smart Robot Car V3.0 kit might be just the thing.
To showcase NASA's accomplishments on artificially intelligent navigation, the agency invited professional drone racer Ken Loo to go toe-to-toe with their software.
Now is the time to look up and see Mercury, a planet that usually lingers too close to the sun for skywatchers on Earth to observe.
Astronauts may not be able to raise turkeys in the International Space Station (ISS), but that doesn't stop the spacefarers from having a traditional Thanksgiving dinner!
There aren't any turkeys in space, but that doesn't stop astronauts from enjoying Thanksgiving dinner at the space station! See what NASA has on the Turkey Day menu for astronauts in space.
The spacecraft, known as InSight, has just completed "thermal vac" testing here at a facility owned by its builder, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co.
The "Star Trek" franchise is a huge universe, and it can be intimidating to beam into if you're not a core Trekkie. But never fear — Space.com has a quiz fit for even beginner Trekkies fresh from Starfleet Academy. Are you ready? Let's warp to it!
Budweiser is sending 20 barley seeds to the International Space Station to further its bid to become the first beer on Mars.
The E. coli AntiMicrobial Satellite (EcAMSat) is pictured moments after being ejected into orbit by the NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer at the International Space Station on Tuesday (Nov. 21).
A newly released photo taken by NASA's Cassini probe two days before its Saturn death dive shows the planet and its iconic rings in all their glory.
While Americans all over the country will celebrate Thanksgiving with their families, the astronauts on Expedition 53 on the International Space Station will need to stay where they are — in orbit.