The International Spacecraft Working Group met to discuss possible designs for humanity's next outpost in space.
In pinpointing the Indian spacecraft, NASA honed a technique for tracking errant objects that’s likely to see action again soon.
A new paper uncovers a number of coincidences suggesting that recently discovered radio bursts are consistent with advanced civilizations using light sails for transportation.
SpaceX is pioneering a 'reduce, reuse, recycle' approach to space with the second launch of a used Falcon 9.
On Tuesday NASA unveiled its new, online Image and Video Library that brings together more than 140,000 photos, videos, and audio clips.
The answer is a firm no, but scientists think they've taken an important step toward better understanding the geology of Mars.
Sergei Bobkov paints Siberian cedar nut oil onto a life-size sculpture of Pallas's Cat, also known in Russia as Manul Cat, which he made from Siberian cedar wood shavings using more than 700 thousand pieces over four years, in the village of Kozhany, southwest of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia on Friday.
While astronomers crave more powerful telescopes and planetary scientists demand orbiters, landers, and rovers, quantum physicists want lower temperatures and microgravity.
Scientists say the light emitted from this dust likely traveled some 13.2 billion light-years to reach Earth.
While SpaceX pursues an accelerated path to the moon and beyond, Jeff Bezos maintains that small, incremental progress will help Blue Origin prosper in the long run.
Experts say China's space-exploration plans are part scientific ambition, part symbol of national prowess.
A bag used during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969 was accidentally sold to Nancy Lee Carlson during an auction in 2015, much to NASA's dismay.
On Monday, the private spaceflight company, which has yet to fly humans to space, announced plans to send a crewed spacecraft around the moon late next year.
NASA, SpaceX, China, India, Europe, and the UAE all want to go to Mars, but will they ever be able to bring people along for the ride?