Mars Express is the European Space Agency's first spacecraft to fly to another planet.
"They're the worst that we've ever had for trying to get a first stage on the drone ship," a company spokesman said of the weather conditions.
An Ariane 5 rocket launched four European navigation satellites into orbit today (July 25), bringing the total number of satellites in Europe's Galileo navigation system up to 26.
A new type of aurora has been spotted on Mars, and thieving streams of solar wind may be to blame, a new study shows.
It's no secret that human activity is changing the climate, and one new study shows how our influence is seriously affecting Earth's seasons and atmosphere.
Have you ever noticed that when there's a solar or lunar eclipse, an eclipse of the other variety comes two weeks before or after? Here's why.
"Star Trek: Discovery," "The Orville," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and many more beloved — and new — sci-fi titles and franchises took center stage at Comic-Con International: San Diego last weekend.
NASA's Apollo 11 mission has come to life in 19,000 hours of newly available audio.
The Opportunity rover on Mars is trying to survive a massive dust storm that could put the craft out of operation — but where does all the dust in that storm come from?
Portal origin URL: Watch This Space: NASA Administrator Talks Webb Science with Nobel LaureatePortal origin nid: 428964Published: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 - 17:13Featured (stick to top of list): noPortal text teaser: NASA Television will air a conversation about the progress and promise of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope with Nobel Prize winner John Mather at 2 p.m. EDT Wednesday, July 25.Portal image: NASA's James Webb Space TelescopeScience Categories: Universe
NASA's next solar spacecraft can withstand so much heat that even a blowtorch won't disturb the shield, a new video shows.
If music really is a universal language, we can use it to make some long-sought cosmic connections. That's the idea behind Intergalactic Omniphonics, a new art project that aims to catch E.T.'s ear.
Lush regions like the Amazon rainforest help filter the air on Earth, and in a new video, NASA explains how its collaboration with Brazilian scientists is monitoring these precious trees in 3D.
Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques spoke to an audience in Montreal, Canada, about his upcoming mission to the International Space Station in December, which will take place after he has waited in the wings nine years for a spaceflight.
The summer sun can shine nearly 24 hours a day in this part of Siberia. On July 20, it was blotted out for 3 hours by a nightmarish cloud.
NASA's Chief Scientist, Dr Jim Green, speaks to Dr Lindley Johnson, whose role as NASA's Planetary Defense Officer is to help protect Earth from asteroid impacts.
Mars is a planet of vast contrasts – huge volcanoes, deep canyons, and craters that may or may not host running water. It will be an amazing location for future tourists to explore, once we put the first Red Planet colonies into motion.
In a special performance, European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Alexander Gerst played a virtual synthesizer from space alongside electronic band Kraftwerk.
Two rockets will go up — and one will come down — in a pair of commercial satellite launches early Wednesday morning.
"Cosmos: Possible Worlds," the highly anticipated next season of the groundbreaking science TV series, is shaping up to be something special.