This is how something can be both "before" and "after" something else.
An international group of physicists has announced that they have seen the first signals in a cube-shaped detector called ProtoDUNE.
There are plenty of challenges to putting people on Mars, whether you look at the rocket, the astronaut or the planet itself.
As NASA celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, this seems like a good time for the agency to update its antiquated logo.
When Elon Musk announced the first passenger to buy a trip around the moon on his yet-to-be-built rocket, there was a plot twist: That passenger, a Japanese billionaire, wanted to bring half a dozen artists on the journey with him.
Distant stars appear as pinpricks of light in our sky, but we know from our own sun that there's a lot more going on inside of them.
A satellite in space has fired a net at a target to test active space-junk-cleanup technology, and the video is amazing.
An FBI investigation into child pornography caused the peculiar closure of a New Mexico solar observatory earlier this month, according to the news agency Reuters.
The rocket garden at NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will soon sprout a new launch vehicle — the newly-retired Delta II. United Launch Alliance announced the display after launching its 155th and final Delta II mission.
A commercial space plane designed to carry astronauts and cargo into Earth orbit will soon touch down in stores as a popular toy. Sierra Nevada announced its Dream Chaser spacecraft will be part of Mattel's Matchbox Sky Busters toy line.
A Japanese billionaire entrepreneur with a passion for collecting art, Yusaku Maezawa wondered what masterpieces could have been created if only his favorite artists had had the opportunity to fly to the moon.
A Japanese spacecraft is just hours away from a historic attempt to land two tiny, hopping robots on the big asteroid Ryugu, and you can see near real-time photos of the spaceflight action.
These noodles of neutrons may be 10 billion times stronger than steel.
Twelve people have walked on the moon, and Elon Musk won't add any Japanese billionaires to that number anytime soon.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has set a new launch date for its next uncrewed cargo ship bound for the International Space Station after some delays. New launch target: Friday, Sept. 21.
NASA's TESS spacecraft has detected its first alien world — a "super-Earth" that is likely evaporating under the heat from its star, a new study reports.
SpaceX's new BFR spaceship iteration now looks a lot like the vehicle the beloved comic-book character Tintin uses in the 1954 adventure "Explorers on the Moon." And that's not entirely a coincidence.
The Hayabusa2 spacecraft will drop two tiny rovers onto the asteroid Ryugu this week, possibly as early as Thursday (Sept. 20), if all goes according to plan.
Dozens of ancient ice volcanoes once dotted the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres, a new study finds.
Hayabusa2's shadow is visible on asteroid Ryugu in new pictures, taken during a dress rehearsal to prepare the spacecraft for deploying a lander in October.