The skyscraper-size asteroid 2022 KY4 will make its closest recorded approach to Earth on Sunday, July 17, passing within about 3.8 million miles.
On July 14, SpaceX launched its 25th cargo mission to the International Space Station, carrying supplies and equipment for NASA experiments.
On July 12, NASA revealed the deepest image of the universe ever taken, courtesy of the James Webb Space Telescope. But what's really happening in this historic image?
The Webb team released some tantalizing photos of Jupiter Thursday (July 14), highlighting the $10 billion telescope's ability to study targets close to home.
One of the farthest active comets ever spotted makes its closest approach to Earth on July 14, 2022 and here's how you can catch the action live.
On Tuesday (July 12), NASA revealed the five debut images of the James Webb Space Telescope — the most powerful space telescope in history.
The telescope's infrared-detecting capabilities enabled it to peer back to the earliest stages of the young universe.
The telescope's new images will show stars forming, distant galaxies locked in a cosmic dance, and some of the universe's very first light.
Researchers found that streams of cold gas could create 'seeds' of quasars — ultraluminous supermassive black holes — in the early universe, solving a decades-old mystery.
Asteroid Bennu nearly swallowed the OSIRIS-REx probe when it touched down on the rock to collect a sample, revealing that the space rock's nature was much different than scientists had thought.
An engineering image acquired during testing of one of James Webb Space Telescope's instruments reveals hundreds of distant galaxies in the deepest ever glimpse into the infrared universe.
Astronomers detected a small asteroid called 2022 NF that will pass within 23% of the distance from Earth to the moon tonight.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory in outer space spotted a solar eclipse when the moon passed in front of the sun on June 29, 2022.
High-energy eruptions of radiation from the sun's atmosphere can sometimes launch blobs of plasma toward Earth.
A surprise solar storm hit Earth on June 25 causing unexpected auroras that lit up the sky during a rare 5-planet alignment.