NASA unveiled its Trappist-1e retro travel poster. The poster is available for free download in different sizes.
The first solar eclipse of the year is set to grace the skies this weekend.
It may be the time to stop talking about Mars and exoplanets for a second and venture into the inner Solar System further. It appears scientists are now turning their sights into exploring Venus once more.
Pluto, its features, and its moons will soon get their own official names after the New Horizons team got an approved themes for the name. The International Astronomical Union approved the teams and is now waiting for the specific names from New Horizons scientists.
The SpaceX Dragon cargo ship arrived a day late to the ISS due to a GPS error. The incorrect reading prevented the ISS robotic arm from capturing the spacecraft.
NASA and astronomers worldwide will now work towards proving whether or not the planets in Trappist-1 are indeed habitable. Experts are expecting various missions and ground-based observations to focus on the newly discovered star system.
NASA's Europa mission is moving to the second phase. Phase B is the design stage where the draft of systems and subsystems will be created before fabrication and testing in phase C and D.
The seven planets orbiting a neighboring star is a breakthrough discovery. The question arises: is there life?
NASA announced in a press release that some organic materials were discovered on the dwarf planet Ceres. Although further study is required to determine what kind of organic molecule was discovered.
An internal letter by the acting NASA administrator hinted that the new administration wants to send humans to the moon in 2018.
The European Space Agency (ESA) released a stunning image of Mars northern ice caps. The ice cap was disturbed by swirling patterns thought to have been caused by strong winds.
NASA teases about new major findings of exoplanets. The agency said in a press release that embargoed information will be revealed in a press conference set to happen on Feb. 22.
If the proposal passes, the solar system could welcome back Pluto in the fold - along with the Earth's moon and over 100 more planets.
NASA's Juno spacecraft will remain on its current 53-day orbit. The team behind Juno said an engine burn to reduce orbit to 14 days will no longer be performed to avoid any damage to the spacecraft.