Octopuses are probably Earth natives, but that doesn't mean life can't travel between worlds.
The search for "cosmic dawn" continues.
Asteroid 2010 WC9 will come within about half the distance from the Earth to the moon.
Peculiar readings from the Galileo mission provide the strongest evidence yet for geysers on the surface of the icy moon.
Though the spacecraft has finished its epic Saturn mission, it's still delivering spectacular views.
A new paper calls into question some of the thousands of planet's NASA's Kepler spacecraft has discovered.
After an aborted attempt yesterday, Block 5 successfully launches to space.
The upgraded Falcon 9 Block 5 is ready to fly the Bangabandhu-1 satellite for Bangladesh.
The test represents years of work on 3D-printed rocket engines.
The health effects of breathing lunar dust over long periods of time could be severe.
The ELT will be the largest optical/near-infrared telescope in the world, with a primary mirror stretching 39 meters.
The space launch sites popping up all over America could soon be in line for some big federal dollars.
Survival not guaranteed!
Soon, we'll be able to start mining asteroids for resources. But what if space mining leads to more conflicts on earth?
InSight has started its six-month journey to Mars.
How we learn so much from seeing so little.
The Falcon 9 Block 5 has improved thermal coating, more thrust, titanium grid fins, new fairings, and plenty more upgrades.
The James Webb Space Telescope hits another snag.
Small satellites have started to fill the orbits of Earth. Now NASA is sending the first pair to Mars.
Keeping the lights on shouldn't be a problem for interplanetary explorers thanks to Kilopower.
The famed physicist reworked some of his old ideas.
NASA has decided to scrap its own rover, Resource Prospector, and fund lunar lander programs from private industry.
NASA and ESA agree to explore concepts for returning a precious sample of red soil.
The InSight lander blasts off from California on May 5 to begin a six-month journey to Mars
After a millennia of wondering, humanity can finally search out intelligent alien life—and SETI is leading the charge.
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter will search for hints of methane and other signs of life in the martian atmosphere.
Want to find Dyson spheres? Gaia, a satellite staring at nearly every star in the galaxy, might be able to lend a hand.