When NASA's InSight lander crossed that final yard line on its drive to Mars yesterday, there were cheers, tears, hugs and handshakes to mark the successful landing. But did you see the touchdown dance?
NASA's InSight lander has made it to Mars, but it'll be a while before the robot is ready to start its science work.
InSight stuck the landing on Mars — here’s what happens after touchdown.
A group of about 40 space enthusiasts huddled under umbrellas yesterday (Nov. 26) as the lights in Times Square transmitted news of the 'perilous' landing maneuver to bring NASA's InSight spacecraft down to the surface of Mars.
As Congress works to finalize a fiscal year 2019 spending bill for NASA, a senator is asking colleagues to secure the future of two of NASA's largest astrophysics missions.
California has had a particularly devastating fire season this year, breaking records for the largest fire by burned area and for the deadliest blaze — and that destruction is visible from space.
Stereo 3D brings new depth to archival images of the Apollo missions to the moon.
New book "Mission Moon: 3D" presents the history of NASA's Apollo missions, with 3D photographs.
After a dramatic and exhilarating landing on Mars, NASA's newest Martian robot InSight has found some serenity on the Red Planet. And now, it's soaking up the sun.
A monster black hole acts like a mechanical pump in a cosmic fountain, and researchers speculate that this phenomenon may be common.
During a rally in Mississippi aimed at boosting support for U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), Trump hailed the touchdown of NASA's $850 million InSight lander, though not by name.
NASA's next lander, InSight, will study the interior structure of Mars for signs of tectonic activity.
NASA's pair of Mars Cube One satellites have broken every record in their path — and now, MarCO-B has become the first small satellite to capture a stunning farewell portrait of another planet.
It's a busy time for NASA, and as the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) celebrated the successful touchdown of its InSight Mars lander today (Nov. 26), agency Administrator Jim Bridenstine is focused on the future.
One of seven planets orbiting a small star, TRAPPIST-1, may be capable of supporting life as we know it on Earth, new climate models suggest.
An innovative deep-space concept that relies on a solar gravity lens to enable enhanced viewing of exoplanets is under study by researchers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and The Aerospace Corporation.
After a nearly seven-month deep-space journey that covered more than 300 million miles (483 million kilometers), NASA's InSight lander is set to touch down on Mars today (Nov. 26).
Congratulations are rolling in for the Mars InSight team after NASA successfully touched down on the Red Planet.
NASA's Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) is primed to investigate the ionosphere's mysteries.
Astronomers found a star system in our galaxy that could produce a gamma-ray burst — one of the brightest and most energetic events in the universe.