Read the latest news about NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
SpaceX is targeting July 26 for the seventh launch of its powerful Falcon Heavy rocket, a mission that will loft the EchoStar Jupiter 3 communications satellite.
A cosmic chameleon shows off its bright colors in a new image from the European Southern Observatory (ESO).
Director Christopher Nolan delivers an impactful 3-hour portrait of the brilliant physicist who altered humanity's fate.
"Star Trek: Strange New Worlds" Season 2 episode 6 lays some interesting ground work, but fails to amaze, much like the rest of the second season.
An exclusive interview with Shai Gal, director of Netflix's "Unknown: Cosmic Time Machine" documentary about NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
The U.S. House of Representatives will hear from several witnesses who will offer accounts of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) in order to assess government transparency surrounding the issue.
This week, the European Space Agency will guide its dead Aeolus wind satellite back to Earth — but not in one piece.
Rocky exoplanets could possess large amounts of water from the moment they form, observations by the James Webb Space Telescope suggest.
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.
Space mysteries Ever wondered how light slows down when passing through a material? Here we explore why the answer is not that straightforward.
On July 24, 1950, the very first rocket to ever launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida blasted off into space.
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.
The chorus of voices calling for the U.S. government to spill the beans on possible alien visitation of Earth is louder than ever. But are we ready for such a revelation?
Scientists are puzzled by an unusual rock that might've once launched from our planet into space before coming back home in one safe piece.
China is planning to send zebrafish to its space station in the future as part of experiments that aid research into mitigating bone loss in astronauts.