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Dive into the chemistry that makes launching rockets and living in space possible.
The sun-studying Solar Orbiter spacecraft will swing by Venus on Saturday (Sept. 3) and gather bonus observations of our neighbor planet's mysterious magnetic field.
Europe is suffering from the worst drought in 500 years and satellites are watching it progress in real time.
Rocket Lab turned up the heat on a space-flown rocket engine Thursday (Sept. 1) as part of its quest to make Electron first stages reusable.
NASA says the weather is looking good for the second attempt to launch its giant Artemis 1 SLS moon rocket and Orion spacecraft.
The retired astronaut and NFL player is running a class about the James Webb Space Telescope online.
Astronomer Frank Drake, who pioneered the modern search for intelligent life in the universe, passed away Friday (Sept. 2)at the age of 92.
See the moon shine near the claws of the Scorpius constellation just after dusk tonight (Sept. 2).
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The Nikon Z 20mm f/1.8 S is an uncompromising, wide prime lens that's perfect for landscape astrophotography. As you'd expect, though, this lens isn't cheap.
Chinese officials haven't explained yet why they want all that space power.
Over a third of Pakistan is submerged in flood water after months of relentless rain, satellite observations reveal.
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September's full moon will be bracketed by close approaches to Saturn on Sept. 8 and Jupiter on Sept. 11.
The James Webb Space Telescope took its first direct image of a planet orbiting a distant star, proving its potential to revolutionize exoplanet research.
'The End Is Nye' shows The Science Guy coming back from disasters to save the world (again). It is streaming on Peacock now.
Our viewing guide tells you which planets are visible in September's night sky and how you can see them.
Astronomers have written the Milky Way's story many times over; scientists have traced violent collisions in its past and future and peered into the supermassive black hole lurking at its heart.
If our galaxy could tell us its story, what would it say?
Think of the MOXIE instrument as a small tree, breathing carbon dioxide in and oxygen out.