China's first resupply craft, Tianzhou-1, has been deorbited under orders from ground controllers.
Former NASA astronaut and former NFL player Leland Melvin posted an open letter to President Donald Trump on Facebook, expressing disappointment at many of the president's recent comments regarding NFL players.
"Star Trek: Discovery" opened on CBS All Access Sunday night (Sept. 24) with a powerful opening shot after 12 years of absence from television.
Starting tonight (Sept. 24), a new "Star Trek" TV series will boldly take viewers further into the universe of Starfleet.
A new estimate of our planet's chemical composition will help scientists understand how the Earth formed 4.6 billion years ago.
Former NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao may have commanded a real-life space station, but "Star Trek" gave him an early push.
The National Reconnaissance Office's NROL-42 satellite lifted off from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base early this morning (Sept. 24), streaking skyward atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket.
Just six years after radio preacher Harold Camping promised the apocalypse, and five years after the end of the Mayan calendar was supposed to extinguish life on Earth as we know it, new doomsday predictions have arrived. This time, they come via YouTube.
A paper presented at a planetary science conference reflects the input of engineers and asteroid scientists to discuss the best approaches for space mining.
Here are seven of the many lessons that "Star Trek" taught us, in honor of the new series "Star Trek Discovery" making its debut Sept. 24.
Space.com talked with the stars and creators of "Star Trek: Discovery" about their favorite leaders and technologies from the franchise, and their biggest nerd-out moments on the set of the new TV show.
Move over, Matt Damon – it's time for a new name-brand Hollywood actor to take the stage during a fictional Mars mission. Sean Penn, a two-time Academy Award winner, will star in the Hulu original drama series "The First."
Learn about the discovery of dwarf planet Pluto, its fascinating orbit and atmosphere and the controversy surrounding its planetary status.
While residents of the northern half of the Earth prepare for shorter days and colder weather — the first day of fall is Friday (Sept. 22) — there is a sky spectacle to enjoy.