The crew aboard the International Space Station are also celebrating the holidays in microgravity. They even sent a video from the ISS to Earth to commemorate the event.
The Cassini spacecraft that is currently performing its ring-grazing orbits in Saturn's rings managed to capture the beauty of lesser-explored moons Mimas and Pandora.
tA festive glowing red nebula was spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope. The nebulas glow could be attributed to heated hydrogen according to experts.
A NASA scientists said a comet is capable of an "extinction-level" disaster and are more hazardous than asteroids. The surprising attributes of comets make them harder to detect and deflect.
A judge ruled that Nancy Carlson, who bought a bag of lunar sample, is the legitimate owner despite the rock being auctioned by mistake. NASA filed a case for the moon rock's returned, but the judge ruled in favor of the buyer.
The first pie to reach Earth's stratosphere was launched from North-West England. The pie stayed afloat for two hours before landing back on the ground.
A new study says the remaining roadless areas in the world are divided into 600,000 patches. Half of it are less than 1 square kilometers.
To stop Supercharger Station hogging, Tesla introduced a fleet-wide fee for cars that remains in the charging slot even when their batteries are already fully charged.
NASA administrator Charles Bolden and even Presiden Barrack Obama remembered John Glenn after his demise. Glenn died at the age of 95 and holds the titles First astronaut to orbit the Earth and the oldest astronaut to reach space.
The Indian Space Research Organization is preparing for its first manned mission to space by integrating human safety in its Human Space Flight (HFS) program.
NASA scientists found out that some planet on the movie "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" exists in real life. There are evidences of Tatooine planets with two suns, desert planets and ice cold planets in real life.