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September is usually the month of the Harvest Moon. We had a full moon on Sept. 6, but that did not qualify as a "harvest" full moon. Instead, we're going to have to wait until October.
A new image reveals a distant newcomer to our solar system: the farthest active comet ever spotted, heading toward the sun for the first time.
The Great American Solar Eclipse provided an opportunity to get children and adults alike excited about science and space.
Elon Musk wants his company SpaceX to start robotic Mars flights by 2022 and land people on the Red Planet in 2024 using a giant "BFR" spaceship that could also fly to the moon, Earth orbit and other places on our planet.
Skywatchers may wonder how nebulas get their marvelous colors and shapes, and a team of astronomers used the Very Large Telescope to find out.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Instagram to share a tantalizing sneak peek of his vision of space colonizationtonight ahead of a much-anticipated presentation at the International Astronautical Congress in Australia.
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The aerospace company Lockheed Martin has an ambitious vision for Mars exploration by astronauts. Called Mars Base Camp, the plan includes sleek landers and huge interplanetary ships to carry humans to Mars. See Lockheed Martin's Mars exploration vision
The spaceflight company unveiled a tantalizing design for a reusable, single-stage surface lander called the Mars Ascent/Descent Vehicle (MADV).
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will convene his first meeting of the reinstated National Space Council on Oct. 5, White House officials announced Tuesday (Sept. 27).
En route to visit an asteroid, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft flew by Earth on Friday (Sept. 22) and captured this stunning photo of our "blue marble."
Tonight (Sept. 28), SpaceX and Lockheed Martin will unveil their latest plans for getting people to Mars.
Comparing the Great American Solar Eclipse to the Super Bowl doesn't do justice to the amazing interest in last month's sky show, a new study reveals.
NASA search-and-rescue technology has been sent to Mexico following the series of earthquakes that shook the country last week.
The NASA Disasters Program is using data from Earth-observing satellites to assist relief efforts in Puerto Rico, which was devastated by Hurricane Maria last week.
Artist Trevor Paglen and the Nevada Museum of Art want to launch the first-ever satellite with the sole purpose of existing as a work of art.
Boeing says it is making good progress on the development of its CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle, but acknowledged the first crewed test flight of the spacecraft might not take place until early 2019.
Rocket Lab, the U.S.-New Zealand company developing the Electron small launch vehicle, said Sept. 26 that it will fly four cubesats from two companies on the rocket's next test flight late this year.
NASA has pushed the planned launch of the $8.8 billion James Webb Space Telescope from October 2018 to the spring of 2019, citing spacecraft-integration issues.