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.
NASA lets the public decide where JunoCam should look on the next flyby to Jupiter. The next approach will take place on Feb. 2.
NASA scientists combined 100 images of Pluto from New Horizons flyby to create a stunning Pluto landing video. The colorized video shows what is perceived to be the actual colors of the dwarf planet.
SpaceX is back with a return to flight to send Iridium payload to space. After the jaw-dropping launch and landing, Elon Musk's company will be busy with other projects scheduled starting Jan. 26.
Astronaut Mark Kelly shared tips to Green Bay's top player Aaron Rodgers. This might help the player to perfectly execute his Hail Mary technique.
A citizen scientist created a stunning image of Jupiter. The image was created from the archive of photographs taken by the Juno spacecraft.
NASA approved a mission to observe and map a gigantic metallic asteroid called 16 Psyche. The asteroid is found between Mars and Jupiter.
NASA released an app that will let players grow plants such as lettuce in space. It looks like playing Sims but inside the International Space Station (ISS).
The first African-American female astronaut will board the International Space Station (ISS) in 2018. Jeannete Epps, a former CIA officer before becoming an astronaut in 2009.
Even more shocking is that no one saw it coming.
Two NASA astronauts completed a spacewalk last Jan. 6 to perform power upgrade on the ISS. The next spacewalk will take place on Jan. 3.
The planet Earth and the moon were photographed by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter currently on the red planet.