The visual-effects company Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. (ADI) has released a nearly 6-minute video showing how its artists and technicians built a "warrior bug" for "Starship Troopers."
While filming an incredible view of Earth from space, an astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) inadvertently captured a fireball on camera as it whizzed into the atmosphere off the coast of South Africa, above the Atlantic Ocean.
A conference aimed at disputing the idea that the world is round just wrapped up in North Carolina. Here's what they talked about.
After sustaining damages from Hurricane Irma and spending years on the chopping block, Puerto Rico's Arecibo Observatory will remain open.
A next-generation satellite built to make global weather forecasts more accurate than ever will now launch into space no earlier than Saturday (Nov. 18) after two delays earlier this week, NASA officials said.
Sixty years of data reveal that, while the maximum level of solar activity can vary drastically, by one measure, it always returns to the same quiet minimum.
Despite the abundance of faint stars and rather dim constellations, the beautiful Milky Way and several attractive star clusters make for lovely sights on a midautumn night.
Space.com's editors present a list of the astrophysics and astronomy books worth a read-through.
It's Black Friday, space fans, so here's a round-up of the best deals online for out-of-this-world Lego sets.
With paid microtransactions out of the game, is Star Wars Battlefront 2 finally worth your cash?
"Stay to the end-end. And DC Extended Universe: It’s up to you where you want to go."
Produced by an Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking-backed organization, the video appears as members of the UN convene in Geneva to discuss autonomous weapons.
A team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory proposes deploying a balloon in Venus’s atmosphere to detect seismic activity.
It's Black Friday, space fans, so here's a round-up of the best deals online for out-of-this-world telescopes, toys and more.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch what just might be the company's most mysterious payload yet tonight (Nov. 16) — the secret Zuma mission for the U.S. government — and you can watch it live online.
This week, organizers revealed some of the very first cosmic objects that the James Webb Space Telescope will study.
The ancient art of origami has inspired numerous NASA spacecraft designs, allowing scientists to pack more technology into smaller space-bound instruments.
If there are any intelligent aliens in the GJ 273 system, they can expect to hear from us about a dozen years from now.
The famous Leonid meteor shower is predicted to reach its peak in the predawn hours on Friday (Nov. 17).
We're going to have to wait at least another day to see the top-secret Zuma payload take flight.