Space and Astronomy
It’s the only exoplanet known so far to have both water and temperatures needed for life.
With the Chandrayaan-2 mission, the country was attempting to become the fourth in the world to land on the moon.
Kraft created NASA’s Mission Control and made split-second white-knuckle decisions from the first daring Mercury mission to the triumphant moon landings.
The Spektr-RG telescope, launched successfully into orbit on Saturday, aims to chart the first-ever map of the universe in high-energy X-rays.
The drone will launch from Earth in 2024 and arrive at Titan in 2034
The bright spot in the distance was photographed days before the rover detected a possible sign of life on the Red Planet.
You won't need a telescope to get some incredible views of our solar system's largest planet.
Fifty years ago this week, 'Snoopy' and 'Charlie Brown' paved the way for the first lunar landing.
Former ISS commander Terry Virts spills the beans.
Arrrr! Texas GOP senator warns of space pirates, then complains about the inevitable jokes.
Bezos said his space company Blue Origin will land a robotic spaceship the size of a small house.
A subcontractor in Portland, Oregon, admitted to knowingly lying about the quality of its material for nearly two decades.
“It’s time for the next giant leap," the vice president said as he described the administration's vision of establishing a "permanent presence on the moon."
The "fireball," which exploded over the Bering Sea last December, was the most powerful meteor scientists have tracked since 2013.
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine also announced that a female astronaut will likely be the next person to go to the moon.
The unmanned capsule docked on schedule just over 24 hours after its launch.
The mission brings the U.S. a step closer to once again sending its own astronauts to space.
NASA's Juno spacecraft recently captured the images, which were later color-enhanced.
The spacecraft — called Beresheet, Hebrew for Genesis or “In The Beginning” — will take nearly two months to reach the moon.