A portrait of Earth and the Moon from 3 million miles away
First SpaceX launch of 2018 carries a secret payload
The rocket landing is only one part of the story.
Original Space Shuttle commander John Young dies
He also flew to the Moon twice.
Researchers say aliens aren't causing Tabby’s Star to dim after all
Dust is the more likely explanation.
SpaceX shows a video flyby of its Falcon Heavy rocket
The next couple of weeks will be crucial for the world's biggest rocket.
Galaxies stop making stars earlier if they host supermassive black holes
The more massive the black hole, the earlier galaxies stop forming new stars.
A rare Blue Moon lunar eclipse will happen this month
This particular total eclipse, the first in over 150 years, will happen January 31st.
NASA lends a hand to new American Girl doll with Mars aspirations
The company partnered with the space agency to inspire kids to pursue STEM-related fields.
Russia lost a $45m satellite because of a launchpad mix-up