A powerful nor'easter is expected to dump more than a foot of snow in some regions of the U.S. northeast today (March 7) and satellites are tracking the snowstorm from space.
Last week, astronomers from Arizona State University and MIT announced that they had detected light from the Universe's "Cosmic Dawn."
Google has partnered with the military to enhance surveillance drone software.
Space surgery on Earth just got a bit safer thanks to a helping hand from a robotic arm on the International Space Station.
Sinuous Red Planet sand dunes take center stage in a newly released photo by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, but don't dismiss the speckly ground surrounding them.
Skywatchers can get an eyeful of planets over the next few days, both in the early morning and the evening (provided the clouds of Winter Storm Quinn don't ruin the view).
On the morning before St. Patrick's Day parades step off around the U.S., the new moon will arrive on Saturday (March 17). This "invisible" moon will leave the sky darker than usual, allowing fainter objects to shine (pardon the pun).
Tiangong-1 is a single-module space station operated by the China National Space Administration.
Views of Earth from space are typically amazing, but this view from the GOES-East weather satellite just hypnotic as it shows a top view of the powerful snowstorm over the northeastern United States Wednesday (March 7).
An asteroid the size of a sports stadium zoomed close by Earth Wednesday (March 7) and eagle-eye stargazers captured it all on camera. The asteroid won't be back again until 2026, according to NASA.
The entire arc of the Milky Way galaxy extends across the southern sky in this lovely panoramic view from the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope in northern Chile.
While the Trump administration's budget proposal for 2019 supports the long-term goal of sending humans to the moon and Mars, some fear that the proposed shift for NASA's priorities could leave the agency's science missions in the dust.
An experiment on ultracold atoms may have revealed the electromagnetic knot that traps the hot plasma of ball lightning.
What do the Powerball jackpot and Tiangong-1, the Chinese space station hurtling toward Earth, have in common? It's highly unlikely that either will physically impact your life in the slightest way.
The first photos of Earth from space by the NOAA/NASA GOES-16 satellite are simply spectacular. Take a look at the images in our full gallery here.
The Stargate is back in "Stargate: Origins" and we've got some exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the digital miniseries from MGM's Stargate Command website.
The colorful stripes of Jupiter run hundreds of miles deep and hold so much gas that their mass is about three times that of the entire Earth, three new studies find.
The powerful new GOES-R Earth observation satellite will monitor the planet's weather, lightning and other phenomena like never before. See photos from the mission here.
Cyclones encircling Jupiter's poles mysteriously arrange themselves in clusters with pentagonal and other geometric shapes, a new study finds.