Blue Origin has delayed its next human spaceflight launch from West Texas after a technical issue was detected ahead of the liftoff.
Did you stay up to see the “blood moon” in last night’s total lunar eclipse?
NASA said stargazers across North America won’t need any special equipment to view the event.
Scientists for the first time have grown plants in soil from the moon collected by NASA’s Apollo astronauts.
Using telescopes worldwide, astronomers have captured the first image of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
In the audio, the passenger tells air traffic control: "I’ve got a serious situation here. My pilot has gone incoherent. I have no idea how to fly the airplane."
NASA's new space telescope is in the home stretch of testing.
If the Artemis I mission is a success, it could pave the way for human exploration of Mars by 2025
The first solar eclipse of 2022 appeared in southern skies Saturday. Here’s when another partial one is expected later this year — and when the big total eclipse is coming to America that everyone’s been waiting for.
Now that most airlines have made masks optional in the U.S., here's where the four largest stand on bringing back passengers who refused to wear them when they were required.
This celestial event won’t happen again for another 19 years, so mark your calendars.
If the uncrewed test flight goes well, NASA will have a second American spacecraft to fly U.S., Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts to the space station.
April’s full moon is known as the pink moon - but don't let its name fool you.
C/2014 UN271, the largest comet ever spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope, is barreling towards our solar system, but experts say there is no need to worry.
Don’t expect massive power outages this week, but do expect to see beautiful northern lights after a significant solar flare erupted from a location on the sun’s surface previously believed to be inactive.
"Nature is clever; it can produce planets in a range of different ways," said Thayne Currie, a lead researcher on the study.
A series of technical issues that popped up during the dress rehearsal for the Artemis I moon rocket program has forced NASA to put a hold on the test until at least the weekend.
Good news everyone! You’ll be able to see Venus, Mars and Saturn the first week of April, as well as some famous star clusters, in the night sky.
“We’ve certainly seen galaxies further away, but that is the new record-holder for the most distanced star that we know of,” NASA astronomer Jane Rigby said.
Researchers said this new discovery could help unlock the mysterious physics surrounding Earth’s sun.