Living on Mars might be a long way to go following the countless research NASA still has to go through. However, aside from Mars, it appears researchers have found an Earth-like planet right next door. Say hello to Proxima B – the next habitable planet.
Two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter are scheduled to form a conjunction on the evening of Aug. 27.
A new study identified fossilized river in the Arabia Terra region on Mars. This suggests that the Martian climate could have been warm and wet.
The outcome of the 2016 presidential elections could make or break NASA, as the agency’s entire spaceflight program is at the mercy of the incoming president.
Breakthrough Starshot, one of the most exciting astronomical projects of all time, aims to reach the Alpha Centauri star system in 20 years. However, scientists found a critical challenge: the possibility of damage due to interstellar gas and dust
A prototype of the Square Kilometer Array’s (SKA) software was successfully tested on the world’s second-fastest supercomputer in China.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover capture a 360-degree video of a Martian terrain that experts say has Earth-like landscape.
Did ESO find another Earth? The European Southern Observatory will hold a press conference that could have the potential to finally put an end to the rumors and speculations saying that there is a new habitable body found near Earth.
NASA’s Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) is all prepped up and ready to launch. The space agency has even released a highlight involving the spacecraft’s mission. Here’s what OSIRIS-REx will be up to on its mission to asteroid Bennu.
ESA's Planck satellite captured a "sprite-like" dusty filaments in the sky known as the Polaris Flare.
NASA is certainly opening up to the public. Aside from allowing their research to be freely accessed by the community, the space agency is now taking part in the upcoming “Star Trek: Mission New York” convention. These five “Trek Talks” would hopefully shed light on the real final frontier.
A group of NASA interns successfully flew a prototype of an aircraft that could one day fly to Mars and send information back to Earth.
A new ESA satellite will be launching in 2019 to study the sun’s corona by creating its own small-scale solar eclipse.
The Great American total solar eclipse won't happen until August of 2017 but the entire nation is already preparing to witness the event.