While Juno is snapping stunning shots of Jupiter, it is also working hard to remain optimally functional in orbit, and will ‘jump’ the planet’s shadow on 3 November.
NASA’s VIPER moon rover and Artemis program begins a new era where robots and humans working together will push the boundaries of what’s possible in space exploration.
In answer to the White House call to accelerate their planned return to the moon, Blue Origin has teamed up with three legacy space companies.
NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will take a 6.5-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station to replace a battery charge/discharge unit.
October’s full Harvest Moon will be visible from Sunday 13 October to Tuesday 15 October.
NASA opened for business on 1 October 1958, two months after its creation by the passage of the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958.
Catching such a rare event in action will help astronomers understand the physics of a black hole.
The International Space Station (ISS) is the biggest human-made thing in space and the third-brightest object in the sky.
September’s full moon – the Harvest Moon – will be the smallest moon in 2019. It also falls on unlucky Friday the 13th.
A large asteroid is headed our way and will pass at approximately 51 500 kilometres per hour on Saturday 14 September.
Just next door, cosmologically speaking, is a planet almost exactly like Earth. It’s about the same size, is made of about the same stuff and formed around the same star.
U.S. astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan are set to venture outside the International Space Station (ISS).
August’s full moon – the Sturgeon Moon – will shine the brightest on Thursday evening and Friday morning. Don’t miss it!
NASA is building a system to send astronauts to the Moon for Artemis missions, and that includes tests to make sure the Orion spacecraft is prepared to safely carry crew on an alternate mission profile in the face of unexpected problems.
The AMOS-17 satellite will provide telecommunications access across the Middle East, Africa and Europe and will eventually finish up in a geostationary orbit around the Earth, SpaceX confirmed.
Every day, scientists living and working aboard the International Space Station take in remarkable views of our home planet. Here’s a look at Earth, as seen from 402 km above
When Neil Armstrong died in 2012, it was officially put down to complications arising from heart surgery. But seven years on, more murky circumstances have come to light.
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft will carry supplies and hardware to the orbiting laboratory to support the Expedition 60 crew, Elon Musk confirmed.
Researchers used data from NASA’s Juno probe and found that the electric currents that go through Jupiter’s magnetosphere aren’t acting the way it should.
The Apollo 11 mission was the turning point and is comparable to the Wright brothers’ flight in 1903 that marked the beginning of the aviation industry.
The Moon always keeps the same face toward the Earth. But even on the side facing the Earth, the areas away from the center always appear distorted.
One of the enduring legacies of the Apollo moon landings has been the conspiracy theories it generated. Many believe it was a hoax created by the US government.
You’ve seen The 100 and Elysium. The future is here and that means that NASA envisions low-orbit commercial habits in space.
June’s Strawberry Moon will shine brightest on Monday evening and Tuesday morning. The ideal viewing time will be 22:30 on Monday, 17 June.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will be carrying the RADARSAT Constellation Mission from Space Complex Launch-4 from the Vandenberg Air Force Base today.