NASA prevents probe's collision with Martian moon Phobos
A tiny emergency maneuver will prevent the two from crashing into each other on March 6th.
Japan's space junk collection experiment ends in failure
The Kounotori 6 spacecraft burned up upon atmospheric reentry early Monday.
Cassini captures close-up views of Saturn's rings
These are the sharpest, clearest images of Saturn's rings yet.
ICYMI: Pinchers more powerful than dog jaws
You do not want to mess with these crabs.
It's the beginning of the end for NASA's Cassini spacecraft
Before it crashes into Saturn in September 2017, Cassini will show us the planet's rings like never before.
NASA says Ceres' brightest crater is made of salt
The material was left behind by liquid that seeped from underground.
Juno probe makes the closest-ever encounter with Jupiter
You can expect Juno's photos of the close-up within days.
NASA regains contact with spacecraft after a 2-year silence
It's finally talking to its STEREO-B probe after an ill-fated test in 2014.
Super-resilient ceramic could be the key to future spacecraft
It can withstand blistering temperatures above 5,400F.