Are marsquakes the same as earthquakes?
Time zones are always tricky — but interplanetary time differences are even harder to keep track of, and now that NASA's Mars InSight lander has successfully landed on the Red Planet, that's precisely what mission staff members have to do.
SpaceX has filed a license application with the Federal Communications Commission to cover testing at the company's South Texas launch site of what may be the company's next-generation launch vehicle.
Before the space-tourism industry takes flight and passengers start taking their electronic devices into orbit, there had better be a way for travelers to protect their digital data from the harsh environment of space.
After taking a short break from observing the cosmos, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is officially back up and running, and the observatory captured a stunning new view of a distant, star-forming galaxy.
NASA has its sights set on the moon, and the agency has selected the first batch of commercial project proposals it will include on its journey back to our nearest neighbor.
Is there life on Mars? Even if there is, InSight won't tell us.
They became iconic by powering some of NASA's most historic missions and now the rockets that lofted the first astronauts into space and boosted humans to the moon can help launch your next letter, office memo or school assignment.
NASA's InSight lander, now on the surface of Mars, will study what cannot be seen — and includes a nod to those without sight. The lander carries a calibration target with a "kind of code that people in the know [can] look at and figure out."
A new study reveals the origin of silica, and how a bunch of old supernovas got it all over everything.
Unlike other Martian cloud structures that seem to poof in and out of existence, this one has staying power.
When NASA's InSight lander crossed that final yard line on its drive to Mars yesterday, there were cheers, tears, hugs and handshakes to mark the successful landing. But did you see the touchdown dance?
NASA's InSight lander has made it to Mars, but it'll be a while before the robot is ready to start its science work.
InSight stuck the landing on Mars — here’s what happens after touchdown.
A group of about 40 space enthusiasts huddled under umbrellas yesterday (Nov. 26) as the lights in Times Square transmitted news of the 'perilous' landing maneuver to bring NASA's InSight spacecraft down to the surface of Mars.
As Congress works to finalize a fiscal year 2019 spending bill for NASA, a senator is asking colleagues to secure the future of two of NASA's largest astrophysics missions.
California has had a particularly devastating fire season this year, breaking records for the largest fire by burned area and for the deadliest blaze — and that destruction is visible from space.
Stereo 3D brings new depth to archival images of the Apollo missions to the moon.
New book "Mission Moon: 3D" presents the history of NASA's Apollo missions, with 3D photographs.
After a dramatic and exhilarating landing on Mars, NASA's newest Martian robot InSight has found some serenity on the Red Planet. And now, it's soaking up the sun.