When NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Telescope comes online, it could be capable of spotting as many as 400 Earth-size rogue planets, and that might merely be the tip of the iceberg.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990 and has taken some of the most stunning photographs of the universe around us.
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Seen by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, this peaceful galaxy cluster existed when the universe was just 5.8 billion years old and brimming with chaos.
Evelyn Boyd Granville, one of the first Black women to earn a mathematics Ph.D. from a U.S. university, did key work for NASA during early space missions and the moon landing.
A wildfire that erupted last week has burnt a massive scar across the Greek holiday island of Rhodes, which is visible in this image from the European Earth-observing satellite Sentinel-2.
NASA's Artemis 2 mission is returning astronauts to the moon for the first time since 1972. See live mission updates here.
Even before it opened, the exhibit of NASA's retired space shuttle Endeavour in Los Angeles elicited one question perhaps more than any other: Can it survive an earthquake?
For the first time in 12 years, the stacking of a NASA space shuttle has begun again. The aft skirts for Endeavour's solid rocket boosters were moved into place at the California Science Center.
Fighter pilot Jeremy Hansen, a Canadian astronaut on the Artemis 2 mission, talks about how the T-38 supersonic fleet 'can kill you' and why that's important for space training.
Record-breaking former NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson appeared on CBS News on July 20 to talk about how the Apollo 11 moon landing influenced her career choice.
The race is on. We are in a Sputnik moment — a sudden and important recognition that we are about to lose the heavens if we do not act with clarity and unity.
With a thumbs-up, NASA astronaut Woody Hoburg showed how space station astronauts use a Canadian robotic arm to safely throw away old space station equipment.
The last of six planned fire-in-space experiments will soon launch toward the International Space Station. Now there's a proposal to bring a similar effort to the surface of the moon.
Researchers in Canada's high Arctic are on a hunt for rusty rocks similar to those found on Mars. Their goal is to train researchers for future moon and Red Planet expeditions.
Three NASA Orion spacecraft for the agency's Artemis moon program are coming together at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
NASA is using an epic guitar score from Metallica to highlight its Artemis program, which aims to land humans on the moon a few years from now.
NASA has tasked Axiom Space and Collins Aerospace to back each other up as each develops new spacesuit designs for spacewalking and the lunar surface.
NASA has put its Janus asteroid mission on ice after a launch delay made the twin probes' target systems inaccessible.
The James Webb Space Telescope, humanity's most powerful eye in the sky, has captured some remarkable images in its first year of gazing deep into the universe.
The head of the European Space Agency says its astronauts will fly on Artemis 4 and 5, two moon-landing missions slated to launch in the late 2020s.