Satellites spotted gashes in the damaged Arecibo Observatory, which will be decommissioned.
The moon has more hidden pockets of water ice than previously thought, NASA's SOFIA flying observatory reveals.
"The flat earthers, the anti vaxxers, the anti maskers are not on board with the progress of science. And the thing is, it affects all of us," Bill Nye said.
A robotic Cygnus spacecraft successfully blasted off from Virginia today (Oct. 1) carrying nearly 4 tons of gear, including a new space toilet, to the International Space Station.
A new, international study shows the significant impact that melting ice sheets will have on global sea levels.
A newly discovered car-sized asteroid just made the closest-known flyby to Earth without hitting our planet.
Researchers are investigating an alien version of water inside the strange, icy interiors of Uranus and Neptune.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Wednesday (Aug. 5) to announce that he brought NASA back from being "Closed & Dead."
Comet NEOWISE has returned to the skies and is delighting skywatchers. So what makes this comet so special?
It turns out the moon is a little younger than scientists previously thought — about 85 million years younger, to be precise.
Researchers have created a miniature version of supernova shock waves in a lab here on Earth to solve a long-standing cosmic mystery.
Despite warnings from NASA officials and the risks implied by the current pandemic, approximately 150,000 people gathered on Florida's space coast to watch the Crew Dragon launch.
A massive, rotating disk galaxy that first formed just 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang, could upend our understanding of galaxy formation, scientists suggest in a new study.
The new documentary "Spaceship Earth" breaks the mystery of the Biosphere 2 experiment wide open, revealing the facts in a story that feels more like science fiction than reality.
A Russian space official has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Russia just fired an anti-satellite missile in a test of technology that the U.S. Space Force considers a threat to American orbital assets.
Fifty years ago today (April 11), three astronauts launched to space, poised to be the next humans to walk on the moon. But things didn't exactly go according to plan.
An anonymous patron purchased a real-life rocket for $5.6 million during an online, livestreamed auction on April Fools Day.