Almost 600 items that have traveled to the Moon via NASA's Apollo space missions are being offered in RR Auction's Space & Aviation online sale, which begins Thursday and runs through May 22.
A new video, released by NASA, shows two super-dense neutron stars destroy each other in a cataclysmic cosmic merger event that eventually creates a black hole.
A strange radial phenomenon that cuts across the width of Saturn's rings is visible once more, prompting scientists to wonder about its cause.
NASA astronauts Stan Love and Steve Bowen went underwater May 9 to test tools that will be used for a planned asteroid capture mission in the 2020s.
NASA scientists have successfully replicated, here on Earth, the processes that form interstellar dust in the atmosphere of a red giant star.
NASA has unveiled a video of a solar flare erupting from the Sun's surface, calling the unprecedented images the best-observed ever. Four different NASA spacecraft and one ground-based observatory worked in unison to capture the flare.
Following the results of a public vote, NASA unveiled its next-generation space suit design that astronauts may eventually wear on a manned mission to Mars in the near future, according to the International Business Times.
Dmitry Rogozin, the Russian deputy prime minister, told the United States they could "jump on a trampoline" to get to space after the US imposed sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, Reuters reported.
A former NASA scientist described global warming as "nonsense," dismissing the theory that climate change is a man-made problem, a belief held by President Barack Obama, and advocated that it is "absolutely stupid" to blame recent UK floods on human activity, the latest reports indicate.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover may have a potential drilling candidate that is a Martian slab of sandstone named "Windjana," a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory news release reported.
NASA Chief Charles Bolden told attendees at the Humans to Mars Summit held Tuesday that a manned mission to Mars is necessary for human survival.
A colossal iceberg roughly six times the size of Manhattan - one of the largest in existence - has been under close watch since it detached from Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier (PIG) in July.
Incoming asteroids slam into the Earth's atmosphere surprisingly often, some of them as powerful as nuclear bombs, a new time-lapse video illustrates.
This Earth Day, NASA is inviting people across the world to celebrate the "green" holiday by sending in selfies it will then assemble into a composite image of Earth.