Explore the vast reaches of space and mankind’s continuing efforts to conquer the stars, including theories such as the Big Bang, the International Space Station, plus what the future holds for space travel and exploration.
Scientists Want You to Say 'UAPs', Not 'UFOs'
The Zoo Hypothesis: Are Aliens Watching Us Like Animals in a Zoo?
Are Pentagon-confirmed UFOs a National Security Threat?
Why Do Black Holes Twinkle?
The Snow Moon Is February's Full Moon
Why Are Some Comets Green?
Scientists Make History by Growing Plants in Soil From Moon
Without Regulation, the Night Sky Will Be Twinkling With Satellites, Not Stars
Space Architects Will Help Us Live and Work Among the Stars
SpaceX's Massive Starship Could Soon Transform Spaceflight
Is Coastal Georgia the Next Gateway to Space?
Is Space Tourism Worth It?
What Is the Coldest Place in the Universe?
2022 Was NASA's Busiest Year in Decades
Snoopy and Shaun the Sheep Are Set for the Moon
20 Years on the ISS Proves We Can All Get Along
How the International Space Station Works
NASA's Dragonfly Rotorcraft to Explore Saturn's Giant Moon Titan
This doughnut-shaped ring around the sun is home to millions of comets, moons, dwarf plants and other celestial objects.
Blood moons always bring out the stargazers though they aren't that rare. So what makes blood moons red? And do they differ from lunar eclipses?
In 2022, the full moon, called the hunter's moon, will occur Oct. 9. Why is it called that and when can you see it?
Debris on Mars comes from three main sources: inactive spacecraft, discarded hardware and crashed spacecraft. What risk does this trash pose to current and future missions?
By Cagri Kilic
The solar system's largest planet will pass closest to Earth at the same time it's at opposition. That means it will be the biggest and brightest it's been in the sky in decades.
The first image released by President Joe Biden shows a galaxy cluster as it appeared 4.6 billion years ago. But the telescope will look back billions more, even as far as the Big Bang.
By Sarah Gleim
The Tau Herculids meteor shower was made of debris from the broken comet SW3 and produced a lot of shooting stars, but not quite the meteor shower that was hoped for.
University of Florida scientists used lunar soil collected during Apollo 11, 12 and 17 missions to successfully grow plants from seed. It's a first in human history and could help future space colonists grow food on the moon.