Three astronauts are launching toward the International Space Station (ISS) tomorrow morning (June 6), and you can watch their departure from Earth live.
See amazing images of the night sky and cosmos in Space.com's gallery of cosmic images posted in April 2018.
A Falcon 9 rocket with a used first stage successfully launched the SES-12 commercial communications satellite from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station early this morning (June 4).
A small asteroid about the size of a boulder slammed into Earth's atmosphere Saturday (June 2), incinerating itself in a brilliant fireball caught on video.
Over the past week, NASA's tiny MarCO-A and MarCO-B spacecraft have been firing their onboard thrusters to refine their course toward Mars. No cubesat had ever performed such a "trajectory correction maneuver" before, agency officials said.
Researchers have identified more than 100 giant exoplanets that could have potentially life-hosting moons. The new analysis could change the way scientists search for life in the cosmos, study team members said.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has apparently found something intriguing on Mars and the space agency will unveil the discovery to the public in a live webcast Thursday (June 7).
The First Order is here.
On June 6, three people will rocket into space from a cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. But why does this country of only 18 million people have a large space facility known as the Baikonur Cosmodrome?
The volcanic outburst on Hawaii's Big Island intensified early this week, and satellites have been keeping an eye on the dramatic geological activity.
There are only a handful of astronauts, but every year thousands of high school and college students get to visit space vicariously, by launching their own satellites.
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft with three crew members landed after five months docked to the International Space Station. Cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, Norishige "Neemo" Kanai with JAXA and NASA astronut Scott "Maker" Tingle touched down in Kazakhstan.
SpaceX's first Falcon Heavy launch with a commercial satellite is scheduled to occur around the end of the year, according to customer Arabsat.
Earlier this year, astronomers stumbled upon a fascinating finding: Thousands of black holes likely exist near the center of our galaxy.
A NASA airborne observatory that enjoys unusual protection from regular reviews resumed science flights recently after an extended maintenance period.
A newly selected NASA mission should help scientists better understand the bubble that surrounds the solar system, agency officials said.
Nearly 70 years ago, astronomer Paul Merrill was watching the sky through a telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory in Pasadena, California. As he observed the light coming from a distant star, he saw signatures of the element technetium.
There's something strange happening in the universe, and it's either evidence of a hidden particle, or a sign that the experiments are broken.
Laying a path for the military to transition from huge satellites in geostationary earth orbit to constellations of smaller platforms in LEO has been a longtime pursuit at DARPA.
Three spaceflyers are returning to Earth early Sunday morning (June 3), and you can watch their homecoming live.