A recent mission atop a Hawaiian volcano shows humans still have much to learn before they set foot on another world.
A proposal for a space-based ad is only the latest iteration of Pepsi’s fascination with the skies.
How a young scientist got sucked into the black hole of the internet
The mesmerizing image of a cosmic wonder required a rather old-school approach to piece together.
Beresheet, a lander made by an Israeli nonprofit, was just miles from the lunar surface when it malfunctioned.
An unprecedented and illuminating study monitored identical twins, one in space and one on Earth.
Never before have scientists photographed the darkest points in the universe.
The administration has vowed to return Americans to the lunar surface in 2024 “by any means necessary.”
They were never designed to fit everyone perfectly.
Earth has the best springtime in the solar system.
A NASA spacecraft reached a space rock and found it orbited by tiny moons—a phenomenon that “has never been seen before in any solar-system object.”
New art from NASA imagines a rosy but unrealistic future of canines on the distant planet.
The agency is willing to ditch its own billion-dollar rocket in favor of a commercial one, to meet a very tight deadline.
Decades after the first people reached Earth’s orbit, the aesthetics of spaceflight are changing.
What SpaceX’s triumphant mission means for American spaceflight
The International Space Station and SpaceX’s new capsule for humans are now flying above Earth as one.
The space entrepreneur acknowledged the pressure of trying to help NASA launch Americans to space again.
SpaceX is one step closer to returning human spaceflight to U.S. soil.
Elon Musk’s company is on the edge of a new era in American human spaceflight.
The International Space Station partners had differing opinions about a pivotal U.S. launch.
In the agency’s most ambitious dreams, it will be testing moon-landing systems within the next five years.