Tomorrow is a very big day for private spaceflight, and for space exploration in general.
One day before SpaceX's new Falcon Heavy rocket is slated to blast off on its maiden voyage with a Tesla Roadster on board, Elon Musk has revealed that the electric sports car may have a passenger.
When SpaceX launches its first Falcon Heavy rocket this week, the company is going to attempt something never done before: a rocket-landing triple play.
Elon Musk will send a Tesla Roadster into space as a test payload on the maiden flight of the Falcon Heavy. But is the car just doomed to be space junk?
What gives Jupiter's Great Red Spot its distinct color? A new study shows why the answer may not be easy to find.
Could single-person spacecraft replace individual spacesuits in the future? One company is working on a design for such a craft.
In "Star Trek: Discovery" Episode 14, "The War Without, the War Within," the USS Discovery is back in the normal universe, so things should be back to normal, right?
Jeff Bezos tweeted well wishes at Elon Musk ahead of the Falcon Heavy's maiden flight — and Musk's response has the internet talking about a bromance between these two spaceflight entrepreneurs.
After weeks of anticipation, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has released his music video animation of his company's first Falcon Heavy rocket launching a car to Mars. And, as you'd expect, it's awesome. (Check it out here.)
SpaceX plans to launch its huge new Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time on Feb. 6, 2018. See photos of the powerful booster and its unusual payload here.
It's official: Super Bowl LII is truly out of this world. That's because even astronauts in space are watching the big game.
Three different rockets - one each from Russia, China and Japan - launched satellites into orbit over three days in back-to-back-to-back space missions.
A fast-moving asteroid will make a close flyby of Earth this Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 4), but it poses no risk of hitting our planet, according to NASA.
Here's how to see three naked-eye planets visible in February's night sky.
Often a large galaxy like our own will have several smaller ones orbiting it. Astronomers looked at one particular group of galaxies and noticed their circling was a bit too orderly for current models to explain.
NASA is opening a new anti-harassment campaign for employees weeks after a congressional committee asked U.S. science agencies to investigate their harassment policies.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a launch license for the inaugural launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, scheduled for Feb. 6.
Find out what's up in your night sky during February 2018 and how to see it in this Space.com stargazing guide.
A new self-portrait by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity shows the dusty robot hard at work on the slopes of a towering Red Planet mountain.
Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecrafts already in travel.