The view of the resurgent US spaceflight is raising alarms across the Atlantic.
Aristotle called it the fifth element. Alchemists thought it was the key to the philosopher’s stone. Scientists believed it was the stuff light moved through. But it never existed at all.
NASA astronaut Nick Hague recounts his experience during last week’s harrowing Soyuz flight.
A recent filing with the SEC from To the Stars Academy "raise doubts about the company's ability to continue."
At Blue Origin, Amazon's space-obsessed founder is building rockets, and he hopes to someday blast humanity into an extraterrestrial future.
Elon Musk wants to engineer Mars' atmosphere. Can he?
The destruction of a Russian rocket carrying an American and a Russian into space was nearly the worst nightmare for the space program. Instead, the two men landed safely 34 minutes later, rescued by the automatic abort systems in their space capsule.
That's not to say we don't love Neil deGrasse Tyson, this is just extremely on-brand.
Teaming up again with Ryan Gosling as his Armstrong, does "La La Land" and "Whiplash" director Damien Chazelle bring a fresh perspective to the story of the moon landing? Here's what the reviews have to say.
A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a new US-Russian crew to the International Space Station failed during its ascent Thursday, sending its crew capsule falling back toward Earth in a ballistic re-entry.
Inquisitive kids ask some questions that parents just can’t answer. Astronomer Juna Kollmeier’s son gave her a real stumper one night back in 2014:
Probably nothing is more stressful in this world than being in space and not knowing how to fix a situation.
Like a hit-and-run driver who races from the scene of a crash, the interstellar guest known as 'Oumuamua has bolted out of the solar system, leaving confusion in its wake: it behaves neither like an asteroid or a comet.
British billionaire Richard Branson says Virgin Galactic—after years of promises and delays—is just weeks away from conducting its first suborbital test flight.
ispace is teaming with Draper, General Atomics and Spaceflight Industries to pull off missions to the Moon.
A planet-spanning virtual observatory, years in the making, could change how we think about space, time and the nature of reality. Will it work?
If, and when, we make first contact with an intelligent alien species, we may find ourselves faced with the daunting task of trying to communicate with beings so perfectly strange in relation to ourselves that it's nearly impossible.
Not even the discoverers seem able to hype it.
The B612 Foundation is attempting to map all the asteroids within our solar system. The goal? To avoid a planetary catastrophe.
There are four planets orbiting the ultra-cool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1 within the habitable zone. Which means as many as four planets out there could have liquid water. Which means it's fairly likely that we're not alone in the universe.
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