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The passengers on Blue Origin's fifth crewed flight, known as NS-21, include the first Mexican-born woman to visit space.
Out in the desert in Arizona, "analog astronauts" gathered this weekend for an annual conference in a giant, futuristic habitat called Biosphere 2.
Ingenuity appears to be in recovery from a communications glitch on Mars.
China has launched a cargo mission to its Tianhe space station module in preparation for the arrival of a new crew in June.
A building-sized asteroid whizzed by our planet overnight at a very safe distance, just like all the other giant space rocks we know of.
The Large Magellanic Cloud is sharper than ever in the infrared eyes of the James Webb Space Telescope.
The BlissLights Sky Lite 2.0 star projector is a fun, non-scientific, app-controlled light and laser display.
Ncuti Gatwa, best known for his role in Netflix's "Sex Education" will be the 14th Doctor.
If the weather is clear, skywatchers across most of the Americas, Europe and Africa will have a view of one of nature's most beautiful spectacles: a total eclipse of the moon.
Here's how to watch the Super Blood Moon total lunar eclipse of May 15-16, 2022 live online.
It will be visible in parts of the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa, the east Pacific, New Zealand, eastern Europe and the Middle East.
A fun video by SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts on the International Space Station reveals the lighter side of space travel.
The oldest documented observation of an aurora may be in an ancient Chinese text.
A black hole might have reversed its magnetic field right before our eyes.
Scientists suggest that one of the key characteristics of a life-supporting, rocky exoplanet is that it needs to be young enough to generate heat through radioactive decay.
Meteor streaks delighted skywatchers this weekend as the Earth passed through the dust trail of Halley's Comet in an annual meteor shower display.
Space coast residents got a treat early Friday (May 6) when SpaceX's the latest Starlink launch spawned an eerie glowing cloud in the sky.
SpaceX's Crew-3 astronaut mission's return to Earth early Friday (May 6) was captured in epic photos.
North Korea launched a new ballistic missile test from a submarine on Saturday (May 7).
A surprising new photo from the GOES East satellite has revealed what appears to be the word "Go" written in the clouds as seen from space.