Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
Photographer Tim Dodd is taking his "Everyday Astronaut" project into a new medium: a Facebook Watch series that you can view on Space.com's Facebook page. The first episode, which is about walking on Mars, premieres on May 4.
Jeff Bezos' spaceflight company will perform another uncrewed flight of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle on Sunday (April 29) from Blue Origin's West Texas test site, the billionaire entrepreneur announced today (April 27).
The rigors of astronaut training determine who has the "right stuff." What some may not know, however, is that every astronaut undergoes life support training.
NASA will pay more money for less cargo delivered to the International Space Station under a set of follow-on commercial cargo contracts awarded in 2016, according to a report by the agency's inspector general.
This new experiment is a huge example of the behavior Albert Einstein called "spooky action at a distance."
Exoplanets are showing up in some unexpected places.
With actors from the recent live-action films.
You can now decorate your desk or wall with the prominent surface features of the moon and Mars thanks to NASA orbiter data and a Smithsonian license.
Where are the aliens? That is the question that the Fermi Paradox seeks to answer. Given our solar system's relatively young age, the theory says that aliens should have visited us already.
The Navstar constellation of satellites provides the signals for a global positioning system.
Moonlight reflects off a red puddle of acid water in this photo taken at an old Portuguese mine.
Saturn's iconic rings seem to go on forever, with infinite but subtle color variations, in a spectacular photo by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
An experiment that involved shooting meteorite-like projectiles at volcanic rocks has revealed how high-velocity asteroid impacts could have delivered water to Earth.
China successfully completed its twelfth orbital launch of 2018 late on Wednesday, sending five small Zhuhai-1 remote sensing satellites into orbit.
The House of Representatives approved legislation April 24 that would reform commercial remote sensing regulation and create a licensing regime for "non-traditional" commercial space activities.
A waning crescent moon rises at dawn against the glow of twilight and behind a pink band of clouds, just few minutes before sunrise.
With the moon as its immediate goal, NASA is pushing hard on deep space exploration.
Astronomers set their sights on an area incredibly far away — more than 90 percent of the way across the observable universe — and found the beginnings of a massive cosmic collision, according to two new studies.
If Earth were to spin in the opposite direction, it would transform the world as we know it.