SpaceX plans to launch the first two prototypes for its vast satellite-internet constellation Sunday (Feb. 18), and you can watch the liftoff live.
The flying saucer's copper bottom was covered in hieroglyphics, very much like the saucer discovered in Roswell, New Mexico.
Atop a volcano, a new eight-month long Mars simulation is underway.
Thanks to a solar storm, the northern part of North America may see a dazzling auroral display tonight.
NASA's plan to fly a quiet supersonic jet by 2021 could have world-changing consequences for air travel.
Feeling some Falcon Heavy withdrawal? You can relive the drama and spectacle of the giant SpaceX rocket's maiden launch, thanks to a new video that shows the journey of Elon Musk's Tesla and its mannequin driver, "Starman," out to deep space.
A dark storm on Neptune, once big enough to reach from Boston to Portugal, is dwindling to nothing as the Hubble Space Telescope keeps watch.
Two astronauts will head outside the International Space Station for a spacewalk today (Feb. 16), and you can watch their entire excursion live online.
Blue Origin's New Shepard suborbital capsule features the biggest windows in spaceflight history, company representatives say — and that's a big part of the sales pitch.
Lego will start selling a special "Solo: A Star Wars Story" set this April, about a month before the highly anticipated movie's May 25 premiere.
NASA's long-lived Mars rover Opportunity has just rolled past another big milestone — 5,000 days on the Red Planet.
Lego has created a stunning new version of the Millennium Falcon for the 2018 film "Solo: A Star Wars Story," which details the adventures of a young Han Solo. See photos of this first Solo Lego set here!
Author Elizabeth Tasker gives a lecture in New York City, using creative examples to illustrate how exoplanets are born, why some migrate and the reason Jupiter ate all of Mars' rocks.
A private initiative to launch the first German woman fly into space has a new candidate —astronomer Suzanna Randall.
Two astronauts took a spacewalk outside the International Space Station today (Feb. 16) to continue ongoing maintenance on the station's robotic arm, Canadarm2.
The "Stargate" prequel series "Stargate Origins" has begun; the first three episodes are now live, and additional episodes are set to release at least once per week.
A chunk of rock that was once part of Mars, but landed on Earth as a meteorite, will return to the Red Planet aboard a NASA rover set to launch in 2020.
The exoplanet discoveries by NASA's Kepler space telescope keep rolling in.
A robotic Russian resupply ship linked up with the International Space Station early Thursday (Feb. 15) to deliver 3 tons of cargo, including fresh food, supplies and science gear for the astronauts on board.
A space telescope confirms 95 new faraway planets, the Olympic Winter Games get a boost from NASA, and the Tesla Roadster travelling around the sun could crash in the next few million years. These are some of this week's top stories at Space.com.