An astronaut spending the holidays aboard the International Space Station shared a sweet Hanukkah message from 250 miles above Earth.
The X-37B spaceplane will launch Sunday from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The launch time is not public, but when the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket launches, residents in Florida will hear it.
The Geminid meteor shower peak is in mid December this year, alongside a special moon that will allow better viewing conditions for stargazers to spot meteors to end 2023.
Video captured a vibrant “watermelon aurora” shimmering across the night sky above Alaska.
The final full Moon of the year will light the sky around Christmas and the Geminid meteor shower peaks in mid-December.
NASA’s Deep Space Optical Communications (DSOC) experiment beamed a near-infrared laser from nearly 10 million miles away to the Hale Telescope at Caltech’s Palomar Observatory in San Diego County, California.
The James Webb Space Telescope helped astronomers discovered a massive star about 30 times the mass of our Sun within the Milky Way's star-forming region Sagittarius C.
SpaceX's 400-foot-tall launch system known as Starship launched from Texas on Saturday, reaching the edge of space.
This giant, "fluffy" exoplanet has clouds filled with sand that rains down like water does on Earth, scientists have discovered.
When SpaceX attempted to launch Starship the first time, the test flight ended with an epic explosion over the Gulf of Mexico.
The aerial spectacle happens annually in November and peaks towards the middle of the month. Here are the best ways to see it.
Video captured beautiful auroral beads dancing across a star-filled sky in Alaska.
Two of the galaxies in Pandora's Cluster are nearly 33 billion light years away, the second-and-fourth-farthest galaxies ever observed. Researchers say one galaxy looks like a "peanut" and the other a "fluffy ball" in the JWST images.
The image of MACS0416 was produced using observations from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope and Hubble Space Telescope.
SpaceX launched rockets from both coasts this weekend as all eyes now shift to Texas and the possible next test flight of the company’s giant (and potentially explosive) Starship rocket.
While a rocket launching into the northern lights puts on a spectacular show, it wasn’t just by happenstance. The timing of this launch had to be just right to get the necessary scientific data.
According to NASA, the green flash is a real phenomenon when the sun sets or rises, and its light is refracted by the Earth's atmosphere.
Frank Borman led the first team of American astronauts to circle the moon.
Scientists are working to create an early warning system for dangerous solar activity that could damage critical technology.
We've seen photos of these celestial landscapes before, but the "razor-sharp astronomical images" that Euclid provides show details that are new to the human eye.