One day after a Soyuz rocket failed just after liftoff, sending its two-man crew on a dramatic abort in midflight, the head of Russia's space agency Roscosmos said the American and Russian aboard the flight will fly again next year.
In an astronomical first, four gigantic planets have been detected around a very young star, a new study reports.
Moons could possess moons of their own. Kepler-1625b-i, a newfound candidate to be a giant alien moon, may even possess one or more moons that once had habitable surfaces, a new study finds.
Stephen Hawking's final paper provides a possible way to measure how black holes store information
Dark energy may be decreasing, which puts a crimp in the notion that the universe will expand forever.
A wealth of exciting news about "Star Trek: Discovery" came out of this year's New York Comic Con, so strap in for our breakdown of the details of Season 2.
Wally Schirra was an accomplished astronaut who spent time in space with three NASA programs in the 1960s.
An Atlas V rocket will light up the midnight sky over Florida early Wednesday (Oct. 17) to launch a new high-tech military satellite into orbit and you can watch liftoff live online.
The show opens precisely when you would expect it to, on July 16, 1969, as a rocket carrying three American men lifts off into history.
Rocket Lab just unveiled a huge new facility in New Zealand designed to enable fast mass production of the company's Electron booster. And William Shatner was on hand to lend some more excitement to the proceedings.
The leptoquark is down to couple with leptons and quarks.
NASA astronaut Nick Hague spoke to the public for the first time since his failed launch, sharing what it was like to be in the capsule and how he and his family are responding to the event.
The dramatic Soyuz rocket launch abort and an earlier Progress failure highlight poor policy decisions on access to space, astronaut Leroy Chiao says.
Some of the brightest and swiftest shooting stars will bedazzle the night sky this year during the Orionid meteor shower, which will peak between Oct. 20 and 22 and continue through early November.
Astronaut Harrison Schmitt saw Earth from space, but doesn't see that human activity is shaping climate change.
The technology titan, philanthropist and private-spaceflight entrepreneur Paul Allen died Monday (Oct. 15) at the age of 65.
Sometime in perhaps the not too distant future, a robotic rover, or maybe even an astronaut, will visit a small crater on the moon to answer a mystery inspired by the movie "First Man." (Spoiler warning: this article reveals a major detail from the film.)
As a growing number of organizations propose satellites to monitor greenhouse gases, national space agencies who already operate such spacecraft welcome those new entrants — as long as they’re willing to share their results.
The whole sky appears to glow in a new photo from the European Southern Observatory.
This scene shows the magnificent presence of the Milky Way galaxy, full of nebulous clouds of interstellar gas and dust and sparkling star clusters shining bright in one of the most pristine dark-sky sites in the world.