A solar storm hit Earth and brought with it a spectacular light show visible as far south as New York.
The epic storm that swept across the eastern United States this week hit New Jersey so hard that satellites saw the damage from space.
These days, it feels as though billionaire-backed space companies are launching off Earth all the time. So why does Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin seem to be in the hot seat?
NASA's Perseverance rover's first sample collection didn't go as planned due to trouble with a "unique" and unexpectedly powdery Mars rock.
Because of anticipated delays in spacesuit development, it is "not feasible" for NASA to land humans on the moon by the agency's hopeful deadline of 2024, a report has found.
A Russian module accidentally pushed the International Space Station out of place. Now, a NASA flight director has revealed that the event was even more serious than initially reported.
Virgin Galactic's newly minted astronauts are beyond thrilled following their journey to space on the company's first fully crewed spaceflight.
Early this morning (July 11), billionaire Richard Branson and three other passengers briefly went to space for the first fully crewed spaceflight of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo spaceplane.
Could gas escaping the gravitational grasp of supermassive black holes be forming "tsunamis" in space?
An open letter to a scientific journal has sparked a conversation around diversity, inclusion and safety in the astronomy community.
NASA will land the first person of color in addition to the first woman on the moon with the Artemis program, NASA's Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk revealed today (April 9).
A European spacecraft is unraveling the secrets of the weird long cloud that has been appearing again and again in the Martian sky for years.
Mount Etna has been spewing lava across Sicily for weeks during a series of eruptions captured by a slew of Earth-orbiting satellites.
Scientists have spotted the first evidence of a rare Higgs boson decay, expanding our understanding of the strange quantum universe.
Astronomers have peered out into the vast expanse and spotted what they think is the farthest (and oldest) galaxy ever observed.
Following the collapse of the historic Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, China has opened the biggest radio telescope in the world up to international scientists.