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Meet the 8 people flying on Virgin Galactic's 5th spaceflight on Thursday
Eight people will fly on Virgin Galactic's upcoming test mission. Six of them will go to suborbital space, and the other two will pilot the carrier aircraft to start the journey.
Hubble Space Telescope reveals a rare black hole lurking in our cosmic backyard (video)
Data from the Hubble Space Telescope about the nearby M4 globular cluster suggests a rare midsize black hole may be lurking at its center.
Watch the moon snuggle up to Earth's 'evil twin' Venus today with free livestream
Skywatchers can watch the moon get close to the solar system's hottest planet Venus on Tuesday (May 23) thanks to a free telescope livestream.
Lego to roll out Mars rover Perseverance as new Technic set on August 1
The next space-themed Lego set is actually two spacecraft in one, Technic-ally speaking. The Lego Technic NASA Mars Rover Perseverance set recreates the wheeled explorer and its Ingenuity helicopter.
See amazing new sun photos from the world's largest solar telescope
The world's largest solar telescope has captured the sun's fine features in remarkable detail, including rare glimpses of dying sunspots.
Jupiter's lightning is strikingly similar to Earth's
NASA's Juno spacecraft has spotted short bursts that make up lightning bolts on Jupiter, showing that Jovian lightning works in much the same way as it does on Earth.
These beginner-friendly Celestron telescopes are over 30% off
You can either start your stargazing journey for under $80 or grab something a little more powerful and save over $110.
See the crescent moon have a close encounter with Mars tonight
The moon and Mars will dance together in the night sky both tonight (May 23) and Wednesday night (May 24).
'Star Trek: Resurgence' video game warps out for Trek gamers today
Gamers keen to immerse themselves in the upcoming "Star Trek: Resurgence" video game don't have to wait any longer — the game comes out today (May 23).
This new supernova is the closest to Earth in a decade. It's visible in the night sky right now.
During the last few days, astronomers have been pointing their telescopes toward a familiar celestial object in our spring night sky for a look at a rare event: A new supernova.
Cyberlink PhotoDirector 365 Review 2023
PhotoDirector 365 is an AI-heavy photo editing software with an in-built library and non-destructive workflow, but there's little for serious astrophotographers.
Watch SpaceX launch a big communications satellite into orbit tonight (May 23)
SpaceX will launch a big telecommunications satellite to orbit tonight (May 23), weather permitting, and you can watch the liftoff live.
'It feels amazing!' Private Ax-2 astronauts thrilled by zero gravity and Earth views after SpaceX launch (video)
The Ax-2 crew, including three first-time astronauts and the first Saudi woman to reach space, shared their reactions after reaching space on their way to the International Space Station.
Anycubic Kobra 2 review: Fast & easy printing for beginners & experienced printers alike
Anycubic nails the difficult second album with the Kobra 2, a fantastic follow-up and a great 3D printer for both beginners & experienced printers.
How Artemis 2 moon astronaut Jeremy Hansen helped find a rare crater on Earth
A surprise crater find in Saskatchewan may pay off big for Artemis 2 astronaut Jeremy Hansen, who was on the expedition. He may see a similar crater type on the moon.
SpaceX Dragon capsule docks at space station with private Ax-2 astronaut crew (video)
A SpaceX Dragon capsule carrying four private astronauts arrived at the International Space Station early Monday (May 22) after a record-setting trip to the orbiting laboratory
SpaceX launch of private Ax-2 astronauts just put the 600th person in orbit
The 600th person to enter Earth orbit, Rayyanah Barnawi of Saudi Arabia, is now on her way to the International Space Station on Axiom-2, the second commercial mission to fly there.
SpaceX launches Ax-2 private astronaut mission to station, 1st Saudi woman in space on board (video)
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida today (May 21), kicking off the pioneering private Ax-2 mission to the space station.
Build-A-Bear creates fluffy 'zero-g indicator' for Axiom Space Ax-2 crew
The zero-g indicator flying on the second private mission to the International Space Station may be the first that needed assembly. Ax-2's 'GiGi' is the first Build-A-Bear to launch into orbit.
What time is the SpaceX Ax-2 private astronaut launch for Axiom Space?
SpaceX is launching the second all-private mission to the International Space Station today (May 21) and if you're hoping to follow it online, you need to know when it actually lifts off.