A supermassive black hole located in a small galaxy 1.8 billion light years from Earth continues to feed on the remains of a star that was ripped apart more than a decade ago.
Initial findings from NASA's twin study have been revealed. Twins and astronaut Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly participated in making the experiment possible.
SpaceX and NASA agreed to delay the launch of Falcon 9 at the Kennedy Spaceflight Center. The delay is to give way to ISS cargo run.
There's a new test to help scientists search for extraterrestrial life outside the planet. The chemical test is called capillary electrophoresis.
NASA is taking a deeper dip into the autonomous robots field, with a desire to develop new technology to "improve" how humans interact with new robotic counterparts.
NASA scientists are exploring the use of pressure-sensitive paints to help experts identify the pressure points in a rocket during launch.
Juno captured a weather cyclone on the surface of Jupiter called the little red spot. Citizen scientists enhanced the image to reveal the spot in greater detail.
An asteroid called Rerun just passed by Earth. The distance was 30 percent nearer than the moon's distance from the planet.
Boeing designed a new spacesuit to be worn by astronauts that will journey to space aboard the Starliner. The company plans to test the spacecraft and the suit in 2018.
The Opportunity rover already spent 13 years on the red planet. And just like teenagers, it has matured in many ways.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured an image of Saturn's moon Tethys that looked like an eyeball. The resemblance is due to the impact marks on the surface of the moon.
NOAA released the first image of the Earth taken by the new GOES-16 satellite. The satellite that can produce high-resolution images will help forecasters give more accurate weather observations.
NASA Cassini is still taking photographs of Saturn, its rings, and moons. Recently, the agency released some images of Saturn's moon Daphnis, a popular moon due to the waves it creates on the planet's ring.
The first Martian home could be in the shape of a donut and an inflatable on at that. NASA engineers are looking at ice as the main component that could help shield humans from cosmic radiations.