NASA was unaware of the video before its release on June 3.
Sharp-eyed skywatchers in parts of the world may be able to catch a slight lunar eclipse today as Earth embarks on a new "eclipse season," although North American viewers will be out of luck.
Some scientists suspect Martian moons sometimes break up into rings. A new piece of evidence from the surviving moon Deimos' orbit supports that theory.
The first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket that launched SpaceX's Demo-2 mission arrived in Port Canaveral, Florida, on Tuesday (June 2).
Much of the Eastern Hemisphere will see a penumbral lunar eclipse on Friday, but to North America, it will be just a regular full moon.
A stowaway aboard SpaceX's first mission to launch astronauts to the International Space Station may have set a new record — the most sequins to enter Earth orbit.
Friday morning, our star fired off its strongest flare since October 2017, an eruption spotted by NASA's sun-watching Solar Dynamics Observatory.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk was choked up with emotion after his company successfully launched astronauts to space for the first time on Saturday (May 30).
SpaceX and NASA made history, sending astronauts from U.S. soil toward the International Space Station. And you can watch it all here.
Amid an uncertain weather forecast, SpaceX successfully launched two NASA astronauts toward the International Space Station today (May 30).
Here's a step-by-step explainer of what will happen during SpaceX's first Crew Dragon mission with astronauts, from prelaunch preparations to splashdown.
Today, Cape Canaveral is America's gateway to the cosmos, but it wasn't the first place from which rockets were launched.
Why should a little storm in the distance shut down a Falcon 9 launch? History, the tricky timing of matching orbits, and complex meteorology.
SpaceX's latest Starship prototype exploded just after a rocket engine test Friday (May 30), erupting in a dramatic fireball at the spaceflight company's Texas proving grounds.
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.
If you're frustrated that you now have to wait until Saturday (May 30) to see SpaceX's first crewed launch, you can blame Mother Nature and orbital mechanics.
Twin shock waves produced by the galaxy's central black hole could have inflated the gargantuan Fermi Bubbles about 6 million years ago, a new study suggests.