There’s a push underway to release more data about things the Pentagon is tracking in orbit. It’s a sign of things to come as Uncle Sam tries to make space a more friendly place for business.
Engineers describe how to design a gadget that can grab parts of an asteroid—without even landing on it.
China's under-construction Tiangong-2 space station will have a new core module, showcased at a Chinese air show.
After lasting longer than anyone expected, it finally ran out of fuel.
The proposed satellite would probe the connections between Earth's upper atmosphere and its magnetic field.
BepiColombo will shine a light on the odd little planet—once it gets there.
If it works, the plan could save the city of Chengdu hundreds of millions of dollars per year.
It's picking up readings similar to Voyager 1 when it made the leap.
Originally meant as asteroid defense, a plasma system could find a new purpose.
In a first, a net was able to track down its target in space.
Dawn has spent nearly a decade studying Ceres and Vesta, but it's time is running out.
A long way to go, but a Japanese construction company wants to build one by 2050.
The hole discovered by ISS astronauts last week appears machined, raising concerns it was deliberate.
The ISS astronauts later used tape and gauze to seal the hole more permanently.
The IMAGE satellite was lost in 2005 and rediscovered early this year. Now, NASA says it may have lost it again.
ICESat-2 will give scientists a clear picture of exactly how polar ice is changing.