For the first time, researchers have calculated the impact of climate change on a hurricane before it actually hits land.
Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
A monster storm is poised to hit the Philippines.
The storm's winds are no longer as strong as they once were, but the rainfall is already approaching 'catastrophic.'
It's been more than a week, and a National Solar Observatory (NSO) facility in New Mexico is still closed for an undisclosed "security issue."
One of the most storied rockets in history is taking its last journey Saturday morning (Sept. 15) in a launch you won't want to miss.
Hurricane Florence, now a Category 2 storm, is slowly approaching the U.S. coast, and the storm's massive fury is on full display in video footage taken from the International Space Station.
Ewine van Dishoeck, the 2018 Kavli Prize laureate, discusses her personal and professional journey into the field of astrochemistry.
The first crewed launch of the program proved that the Apollo spacecraft could get astronauts to the moon.
The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum will mark the 50th anniversary of NASA's Apollo 11 mission with a week-long "First Moon Landing Celebration" and with a series of events leading up to the July 2019 commemoration.
A "private passenger" has signed up for a circumlunar flight aboard SpaceX's BFR rocket-spaceship combo, company representatives announced via Twitter this evening (Sept. 13).
Hurricane Florence, downgraded to a Category 2 storm with sustained winds of up to 110 mph (175 km/h), is getting closer to the coast of North Carolina.
Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen is the class supervisor for the 2017 class of astronaut candidates, who are expected to be the ones eventually exiting low Earth orbit for missions to the moon — and perhaps even to Mars, if NASA predictions of today hold.
Delta rockets have been launching to space for almost six decades now, carrying some hallmark NASA missions into orbit.
A global, liquid-water ocean could exist under range of conditions on Proxima Centauri b, the closest known exoplanet to Earth.
This weekend, NASA is planning to launch a spacecraft that will use half a dozen bright-green laser beams to measure seasonal and annual changes to Earth's icy poles.
The water sloshing in Earth's oceans and coursing through its canyons may have been with the planet since it first started taking shape, new research suggests.
NASA's new ice-monitoring satellite ICESat-2 can watch ice thickness change to within the width of a No. 2 pencil every year. It took a decade to develop the technology to yield such precision, but it will help scientists better predict how melting ice wi
A laser-firing, ice-monitoring NASA spacecraft has been cleared for liftoff.
With the long-awaited release of the latest foray into the "Predator" franchise, we look back at all the movies starring cinema's favorite space-faring safari hunter.