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Watch Russia launch cargo mission to space station early Thursday
Russia will launch a robotic cargo mission to the International Space Station early Thursday morning (Feb. 9), and you can watch the action live.
Save $200 on the Nikon D850: An impressive DSLR camera for professionals
This Nikon D850 deal is not only a brilliant camera but comes with an additional free bundle worth $180 to add to your photography arsenal.
Turkey earthquake devastation spotted by satellites (photos)
The death toll from the magnitude 7.8 earthquake Monday (Feb. 6) and aftershocks is estimated to be at least 11,200 people in the region, according to reports.
Defying gravity: How video games play with gravity and zero-g
Float on over here as we look at some of the most interesting uses of gravity and weightlessness in video games.
The Alpha-Centaurids meteor shower peaks tonight for Southern Hemisphere skywatchers
The annual meteor shower Alpha-Centaurids peaks on Wednesday (Feb. 8) as Earth passes through a cloud of debris left by an unknown comet - but only for skywatchers in the Southern Hemisphere.
US military begins recovering Chinese spy balloon debris (photos)
Recovery teams have already found some pieces of the Chinese surveillance balloon, which an F-22 fighter jet shot down on Saturday (Feb. 4).
Massive comet hurtling past the sun is chasing its tail
The massive comet 96P Machholz is currently headed through the inner solar system, and a closer look at this unusual 4-mile-wide space snowball reveals that it's chasing its own tail.
Mysterious Russian satellite breaks up in orbit, generating cloud of debris
The mysterious Russian satellite Kosmos 2499 broke apart in early January, and the U.S. Space Force is already tracking 85 pieces of debris from the incident.
SpaceX launch and more 'photobombed' by February's Full Snow Moon (photos)
Images from all around the world celebrated the 'micromoon' of February 2023, including pictures of monuments and a SpaceX Falcon 9 launch.
Accutron and Bulova debut new Astronaut and Lunar Pilot timepieces
Two watch brands are celebrating the historic associations they had with the U.S. space program. Accutron is reviving its "Astronaut" line, while Bulova is continuing its "Lunar Pilot" series.
How fallen space junk could aid the fight against orbital debris
Analysis of space junk that has fallen to Earth could help researchers design rockets and spacecraft that break up more completely during the reentry process.
Lego Star Wars Boba Fett's Starship review
Lego's Boba Fett’s Starship might be smaller than recent standalone sets, but this near pitch-perfect build is certainly befitting the baddest bounty hunter in the galaxy.
The James Webb Space Telescope just found an asteroid by total accident, its smallest object yet
By accidentally finding a tiny Washington Monument-sized asteroid, the James Webb Space Telescope has demonstrated how useful it can be much closer to home.
Blue stragglers are the weird grandparents of the galaxy
Finding and studying these strange stars helps us understand the complicated life cycles of normal, more well-behaved stars.
Save a stellar 47% on the Celestron AstroMaster 70 AZ telescope
Grab an $85 saving on a refractor telescope that's ideal for beginners and it's even cheaper than its Black Friday 2022 offer.
New Mars photo reveals scars from Red Planet's ancient past
New photos from the European Mars Express orbiter highlight the planet's diverse surface geology and show how tectonic activity and running water created the fascinating features we see today.
Scientists created a weird new type of ice that is almost exactly as dense as water
Researchers have created a never-before-seen form of ice with a disorganized structure and a density almost exactly that of liquid water.
SpaceX's 1st Falcon Heavy rocket launched Elon Musk's Tesla into space 5 years ago
Five years ago today (Feb. 6), SpaceX's brawny Falcon Heavy rocket left Earth for the first time ever, sending a car into orbit around the sun.
Full Snow Moon, the smallest 'micromoon' of 2023, dazzles winter stargazers
Stargazers across the world, as well as celebrants of China's Lantern Festival, hailed the arrival of the full snow moon in pictures.
Turkey earthquake prompts United Nations to activate emergency satellite mapping
The United Nations Satellite Centre has activated its emergency mapping service following a devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria to provide imagery that aids in disaster relief.