When you wish upon a star, you're watching space debris fall to Earth.
Carol powers up in the new trailer.
Santa would not do well here.
Here's what those wriggling worms are expected to do in space ... and it's not to scare aliens.
The InSight Mars lander apparently celebrates success with a simple and sustained arm raise.
Spaceflight favors big rockets and small technology — but when that technology gets small enough, it may act very differently from traditional satellites and spacecraft.
SpaceX is set to launch a cargo mission to the International Space Station and land a rocket back on Earth today (Dec. 5), and you can catch all the action live.
Arianespace completed its final Ariane 5 launch of 2018 and penultimate overall mission for the year on Dec. 4, carrying a satellite for India and another for South Korea to geostationary transfer orbit.
Once upon a time, there was a small comet that led to a big meteor shower. Is that mysterious shower set to return?
A new video gives an amazing rocket's-eye view of a SpaceX booster's unsuccessful bid to return to terra firma today (Dec. 5).
A search for radio signals coming from 'Oumuamua, the mysterious visitor from afar that zoomed through the inner solar system last fall, came up empty, a new study reports.
An action-packed 30-second trailer for Season 2 of "Star Trek: Discovery" features explosions, familiar cast members and newcomers, including Captain Pike — and Spock, sporting a wry smile.
Snack-loving scientists working with the Opportunity mission on Mars dubbed tiny, iron-rich spheres scattered near the robot's landing site "blueberries," but these features were easier to name than to understand.
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Portal origin URL: NASA and Partner Announce Finalists in the 2019 Mars Ice ChallengePortal origin nid: 436892Published: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - 16:00Featured (stick to top of list): noPortal text teaser: NASA and Partner Announce Finalists in the 2019 Mars Ice ChallengePortal image: NASA Mars Ice ChallengeScience Categories: Solar System
Portal origin URL: Radio JOVE From NASA: Tuning In to Your Local Celestial Radio ShowPortal origin nid: 436796Published: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - 14:00Featured (stick to top of list): noPortal text teaser: What does Jupiter sound like? If you had to take a guess, would you imagine the sharp staccato of popcorn popping? The slow static of waves reaching the shore? The universe is full of radio emissions, and all you need to hear them for yourself is a box the size of a DVD player.Portal image: artistic view of Jupiter and its magnetosphereScience Categories: Sun
Turning your smartphone in a tool to identify celestial objects in real time is easy and a big help. The image shows a sky enthusiast searching for the planet Saturn, very close to the Lagoon Nebula, against the core of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.
Nibiru has been linked to NASA, and is also sometimes referred to or confused with Planet X, another supposed world for which there is no evidence.
We're all distracted by shiny things sometimes, and NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars is no different.
In December 1965, NASA's Gemini 7 and Gemini 6A missions accomplished the first in-orbit rendezvous of two crewed spacecraft.