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Earth and even the sun are puny compared to a mighty, hulking source of gamma-rays.
Binary stars are two stars orbiting a common center of mass.
Director J.J. Abrams is shopping a TV spec-script for a new sci-fi show set in space, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A government analysis of schedules concluded those vehicles may not be certified to carry NASA astronauts until late 2019 or 2020.
The "future operationally resilient ground evolution," or FORGE, is part of a broader SBIRS modernization plan.
A distant star may be hiding a black hole secret.
It looks like a ghostly medieval tower — like something out of "Game of Thrones" — looming over the crystal-blue Caribbean waters of the Bahamas.
The earthshaking rumblings felt in Michigan last night weren't an earthquake, but rather vibrations from a booming noise caused by a meteor whizzing overhead, according to the National Earthquake Information Center.
Our solar system may be an oddball in the universe. A new study using data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope shows that in most cases, exoplanets orbiting the same star have similar sizes and regular spacing between their orbits.
While skywatchers are still raving about the solar eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017, it's time we turn our attention to the next big solar eclipses coming to the U.S. in 2023 and 2024.
Lego is seeking ideas on how to give away some space.
The SR-71 Blackbird hypersonic spy plane may be back and faster than ever.
The universe is filled with faintly glowing infrared light, and for decades, astronomers have been trying to figure out why.
Apollo 17 astronaut Jack Schmitt wishes NASA had brought a bigger moon rock to the December 2017 signing ceremony for Space Policy Directive 1.
One of the highlights of 2017 was the discovery of the first object in our solar system that definitely came from somewhere else.
Turns out, there's a quantum speed limit.
Disney sent its 2018 preview of major film releases Tuesday afternoon including a logo and description for May's "Solo: A Star Wars Story."
SBIRS is the United States' main source of persistent, space-based surveillance of missile launches around the globe.
Three solar eclipses will take place in 2018; here's a guide to when, where and how to see them.
"This is the story of the Earth, from the only people who have ever left it." That, in a tagline, is the premise of "One Strange Rock," a new 10-part television documentary series premiering in March on National Geographic Channel.