Earth's early crust may have been sluggish when life formed.
Tim Peake's new book, "Ask an Astronaut" (Little, Brown and Co., 2017), draws from the many questions he was asked after returning to Earth.
A two-stage Falcon 9 rocket delivered the Koreasat-5A communications satellite to orbit today. The booster's first stage also aced a pinpoint landing on a SpaceX drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.
On Oct. 30, 2017, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched the Koreasat-5A communications satellite to orbit, and the booster’s first stage returned to Earth for a landing. See photos here.
While the Taurid meteor shower doesn't have a lot of shooting stars to offer, the few that will streak across the sky will be bright and spectacular.
In honor of Halloween, NASA released a playlist of eerie space sounds picked up by various satellites traveling through the universe.
A special comet just made its grand return to the view of one of NASA's sun-gazing spacecraft. Comet 96P/Machholz was caught on camera by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), which is co-managed by the European Space Agency.
The Virgin Group announced Oct. 26 an agreement with Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund for an investment of $1 billion into Virgin's suborbital and orbital space ventures.
SpaceX and OneWeb say they are within months of launching the first satellites in their competing megaconstellations of broadband smallsats designed to bring internet to every corner of the globe.
Planetary scientists have found that a warming Earth is speeding up storms.
Ever wish your jack-o'-lantern went beyond the standard pumpkin? Let NASA and Space.com show you how to up your design game.
The Pope speaks to astronauts on the International Space Station, a sun-like star might have devoured more than a dozen Earth-sized planets, and Stephen Hawking's doctoral thesis crashes a website in some of this week's top stories at Space.com.
A new comedy series called "Final Space" is coming to TBS in 2018, and the network released a sneak peek at what's in store for the animated space opera.
Europe's aerospace industry is getting ready for NASA's proposed Deep Space Gateway, hoping Europe will have its own module at the lunar-orbit space station resupplied by a European transportation system.
Tim Peake was the first British European Space Agency astronaut to visit the International Space Station, and might also be the first to call the wrong number on Christmas in space.