The director of 2002 3D movie 'Space Station 3D' revealed that Tom Cruise wanted to become a real astronaut.
Recent findings by the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Life Institute (SETI) suggest that there are iron and calcium-rich carbonate deposits underneath the surface of Mars.
The anticipated inflation of the first expandable module docked on the ISS has reached a roadblock when the process was postponed by NASA engineers.
New study reveals a new class of galaxies called red geysers that host supermassive black hole winds so hot and energetic that stars can't form.
Data from the Hubble Space Telescope and two more telescopes by NASA and ESA were studied by Italian astrophysicists.
Former Microsoft executive and billionaire, Nathan Myhrvold is accusing NASA of faulty statistics concerning the size of asteroids as observed by the agency's WISE and NEOWISE missions.
New calculations suggests that Earth's center is 2.5 years younger than its surface, significantly younger that previously claimed age difference of a day or two.
Researchers found two black hole seed candidates suggesting that super massive black holes were already big when formed during the collapse of gas clouds.
NASA and Microsoft developed OnSight a virtual reality walking tour of the surface of Mars using the HoloLens technology.
Engineers of Airbus Defence and Space started the assembly of the Orion Spacecraft in Germany. The process is expected to be complete in 2017.
SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will fly to the International Space Station later this year to deliver supplies and 'equipment'.
India's first reusable space shuttle successfully passed the maiden test flight in India. ISRO said that after the test flight, they will conduct experiments on landing the space shuttle at sea.
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) docked into the International Space Station and the first expandable module launched in space is ready for its inflation.
New study suggests that superflares coming from more violent younger sun may served as the catalyst for the warming up of Earth and development of the earliest signs of life four billion years ago.
A police dash cam was able to record a fireball as it lit up the sky in Maine. Experts say that the fireball is actually a meteorite. Around 700 witnesses claimed that they also witness the event.