Before laying out his ambitious plan for humanity's future in space, Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos had a bit of news to deliver during a gala dinner in Los Angeles Friday night.
The Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile can spot objects that are 4 billion times fainter than what can be seen with the unaided eye.
The death of Apollo moonwalker Alan Bean elicited tributes by astronauts on and off the planet.
Astronaut Don Peterson, who first trained for a classified space station before he became one of the first people to spacewalk from the space shuttle, has died at 84.
An interactive NASA visualization tool puts you on the surface of TRAPPIST-1d, Kepler-186f and a handful of other exoplanets.
More samples of comets are urgently needed to better understand the early history of the solar system, say researchers analyzing comet dust brought back to Earth by NASA’s Stardust mission in 2006.
For a permanent Mars base to survive, we might have to turn humans into Martians.
Can powerful rocket launches be loud enough to harm your hearing and your body if you get too close?
Could anything disrupt NYC's "Manhattanhenge" sunsets?
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and China's Manned Space Agency have invited applications from United Nations Member States to conduct experiments on China's Space Station.
May's full moon will shine bright tonight (May 29), but if cloudy skies ruin your view, don't fret. You can watch the lunar sight live in a Slooh webcast.
The full moon happens once a month. Find out when.
This summer, those who look skyward toward the east-southeast during the evening hours will almost certainly notice a brilliant orange-red "star" shining with a steady light.
Virgin Galactic's newest space plane has taken to the skies again.