SpaceX successfully launches 12th resupply mission SpaceX successfully launches 12th resupply mission
Trappist-1 planetary system formed as long ago as 9.8 billion years, NASA says Trappist-1 planetary system formed as long ago as 9.8 billion years, NASA says
Moon's magnetic field lasted much longer than previously thought Moon's magnetic field lasted much longer than previously thought
Four potentially-habitable exoplanets found 12 light years from Earth Four potentially-habitable exoplanets found 12 light years from Earth
100 million black holes in Milky Way galaxy, new study says 100 million black holes in Milky Way galaxy, new study says
Juno spacecraft set to fly over Jupiterís Great Red Spot Juno spacecraft set to fly over Jupiter's Great Red Spot
NASA will test new defense system against asteroids NASA will test new defense system against asteroids
SpaceXís second Falcon 9 rocket launch successful SpaceX's second Falcon 9 rocket launch successful
NASA says asteroid impacts could have caused Marís present climate NASA says asteroid impacts could have caused Mar's present climate
Soccer ball recovered from the ill-fated Challenger Flown in Space Soccer ball recovered from the ill-fated Challenger Flown in Space
NASA wants to pay you to sit for three months and smoke marijuana NASA wants to pay you to sit for three months and smoke marijuana
NASA debunks UFO photograph myth NASA debunks UFO photograph myth
NASA is setting fires in outer space NASA is setting fires in outer space
SpaceX and Bigelow Aerospace expected to benefit from Trump presidency SpaceX and Bigelow Aerospace expected to benefit from Trump presidency
Alien civilizations may be trying to contact us Alien civilizations may be trying to contact us
Freddie Mercury gets namesake asteroid Freddie Mercury gets namesake asteroid
Obama says NASA and private companies must team up to reach Mars Obama says NASA and private companies must team up to reach Mars
Brain damage could be possible concern in Mars travel Brain damage could be possible concern in Mars travel
UN to launch first ever space mission UN to launch first ever space mission
China launches worldís first quantum communication satellite China launches world's first quantum communication satellite
Jupiterís high temperature explained Jupiter's high temperature explained
Mars, Earth alignment reveals more secrets about the Red Planet Mars, Earth alignment reveals more secrets about the Red Planet
Scientist says he can get humans to Mars in record time Scientist says he can get humans to Mars in record time
Carbon dioxide ironically used to make clean energy Carbon dioxide ironically used to make clean energy
SpaceX finally launches spaceship SpaceX finally launches spaceship
Hubble spots star cluster that sparkles in the sky like diamonds Hubble spots star cluster that sparkles in the sky like diamonds
Rogue planet settles down in the largest solar system ever discovered Rogue planet settles down in the largest solar system ever discovered
NASA rover 'Opportunity' has been exploring Mars for 12 years NASA rover 'Opportunity' has been exploring Mars for 12 years
Musk: Falcon 9 rocket is ready to fire again after landing Musk: Falcon 9 rocket is ready to fire again after landing
Will we ever find Planet IX? Will we ever find Planet IX?
Americans set to catch a glimpse of this weekend's Supermoon Americans set to catch a glimpse of this weekend's Supermoon
TRAPPIST-1 is billions of years older than our solar system, study reports
The distant system sits roughly 40 light-years from Earth and, according to the new research, is between 5.4 and 9.8 billion years old.
House-sized asteroid to buzz Earth on Oct. 12
The asteroid, named 2012 TC4, will zip by Earth at a distance of about 27,300 miles (44,000 kilometers), which is an eighth of the distance from the Earth to the Moon.
Cassini to begin last five Grand Finale orbits
Spacecraft's science instruments will probe deeply into Saturn's atmosphere.
Cassini to begin last five Grand Finale orbits
Spacecraft's science instruments will probe deeply into Saturn's atmosphere.
Study finds Milky Way teeming with black holes
A new study suggests that the Milky Way galaxy is home to around100 million black holes.
Nearby Earth-sized planets could support life, new study shows
An international team of astronomers has detected four Earth-sized planets orbiting tau Ceti, the closest sun-like star ó two of which are located in the habitable zone and could support liquid water.
Saturn's moon Titan may have even more essential ingredients for life
In addition, researchers used data from the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Chili to find traces of vinyl cyanide in Titan's atmosphere.
Moon wetter than previously thought
Earth's Moon may look bone-dry, but new satellite data indicates large volumes of water "hotspots" trapped within the lunar dust.
Moon is wetter than previously thought, new study suggests
A new study from scientists at Brown University finds surprisingly large amounts of water trapped inside volcanic deposits on the moon. The research is published in the journal Nature Geoscience.
SpaceX opens a "weekend doubleheader" with eighth successful rocket launch of 2017
And the company may surpass its 2016 total on Sunday, when it is scheduled to launch another mission. SpaceX is aiming to achieve 20 to 24 missions total before the year is out.
China achieves 'spooky' quantum entanglement in space
The satellite, named Micius after an ancient Chinese philosopher, successfully transmitted entangled photons between three widely separated land-based stations.
New mega-sized airplane could fly satellites into space
The Stratolaunch airplane has already made one landmark accomplishment: It's set a new world record for the largest airplane on Earth.
NASA spacecraft mission will touch the sun
NASA is set to announce an upcoming space mission that will fly an unmanned spacecraft into the outer edges of the sun.
NASA to chase down an asteroid worth more than all the money on Earth
For comparison, the grant total value of all of the currency on Earth is only around $60 trillion.
NASA wants to return to the moon
And in a new request for information, the space agency has called for US companies to submit details on launch and landing services.
UFO enthusiast mysteriously vanishes
Bruno Borges vanished from his home in Rio Branco in the west of Brazil, having spent the last month working on what is being described as a secret project.
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Professor Stephen Hawking to go to space with Virgin Atlantic
Professor Stephen Hawking has revealed he is planning to travel into space on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic.
Biofuels reduce emissions, says new NASA study
A study by NASA has shown that jet using biofuels have fewer particle emissions in their exhaust trails.
The US Congress has passed a bill to fund NASA
The bill includes the aerospace's long term ambition of sending humans to Mars by 2033.
Scientists discover 7 'Earthlike' planets orbiting a nearby star
Researchers have said that the sighting will provide a laboratory of sorts that will enable them to study distant worlds and the possibility of a search for signs of life beyond Earth.
Russia says technical checks may delay some space rocket launches
In December an unmanned cargo ship carrying supplies for the International Space Station, fell apart six minutes after lift-off.
Giant gravity wave spotted on Venus
NASA scientist warns of impending extinction size comet impact
But his biggest concern was that if such an object was to hit earth, we have no way to defend ourselves.
Weather forecasting revolution begins with launch of powerful new satellite
A new satellite is set to revolutionize weather forecasting in the United States of America.
Scientists try to explain round nature of celestial bodies
The sun, for instance, makes a full rotation one every 27 earth days.
Dino ending asteroid may have punctured the earth's crust
The asteroid that led to the extinction of dinosaurs may have resulted in a much bigger impact than first thought.
SpaceX tests new fuel tanks that bring Mars missions more a reality
Elon Musk has come up with a solution for this forefront question by creating fuel tanks from carbon fiber.
Blue sphere captured in front of the sun sparks UFO theories
But conspiracy theorists are not buying any explanations from NASA.
Roundest object ever observed in nature found in space
A star is being reported as the most perfectly spherical object ever observed in nature.
Expedition 50/51 crew arrives at International Space Station
The crew of Expedition 51 arrived on the International Space Station on Saturday.
Trump likely to send NASA back to the Moon
A Donald Trump administration will likely send the United States of America back to the Moon.
Peggy Whitson becomes oldest woman to space travel
NASA astronaut, Peggy Whitson, became the oldest woman to travel in space on Friday.
Stephen Hawking predicts one thousand years left for human life on earth
Physicist, Stephen Hawking, predicted that homo sapien life on earth has only a one thousand year shelf life remaining.
Robert Bigelow calls for Trump to increase NASA budget
Under the Barack Obama administration, the fiscal year 2017 budget proposal had set aside only $19 billion for NASA.
Juno has revealed the first ever close-up of Jupiter
It has taken the satellite almost five years to get to Jupiter.
Scientists: Rosetta's comet has ingredients to create life
Research on comets and asteroids have suggested that many other heavenly bodies have the potential of harboring life.
Russia launches an unmanned cargo spaceship to ISS
The Russian space, personnel explained that this lengthened space trip is meant to study and analyze the new tech on board.
Mercury's dark color explained
During the formation of the planet, the surface of the planet remained in lava form for longer than in other planets.
NASA perform tests on first engine style launch humans to Mars
The main reason for this is to ensure that the engine is always in top condition every time.
Dying star provides insight on how the sun will end
The latest photos from the Hubble Space Telescope show exactly how the process occurs.
Solar eclipse darkens Asia
This phenomenon has made Indonesia a tourist destination, with hotels booked since 2014 in readiness for this.
Amazon reuses a launched booster for the first time ever
It's extremely difficult to reland a rocket booster, with Bezos comparing it to balancing a pencil on a finger.
NASA to start receiving plutonium for future space missions
Plutonium-238 emits a steady heat through natural radioactive decay.
NASA begins tackling logistics of sending man to Mars
The team at the Marshall Space Flight Center is in the early stages of figuring out the logistics.
Have aliens died out? One study suggests that's why we haven't found it
A new study published in the journal Astrobiology suggests that any life that existed in our neighborhood has come and gone.
Where will NASA's New Horizons visit now?
As NASA's New Horizons spacecraft barrels past Pluto, engineers on Earth set their sights on a new target even farther away.
Stephen Hawking discovers new theory on black holes
Stephen Hawking suggests that black holes store information rather than destroy it
Volcanic activity on the moon? Study offers explanation of ancient 'fire fountains'
A new study has revealed that the moon was once completely covered in volcanic 'fire fountains,' and it had something to do with a chemical found here on Earth.