NASA has rescheduled the launch of the InSight mission to May 2018, following an approval by the agency’s Science Mission Directorate this week.
NASA said the launch of the OSIRIS-Rex mission to the asteroid Bennu would still push through, despite the recent explosion that destroyed a SpaceX Falcon 9 and Facebook’s satellite.
A NASA spacecraft captured a rare phenomenon when the Earth and the moon crossed in front of the Sun.
Trees and branches make up the structure of Cattedrale Vegetale in Bergamo in northern Italy, designed by a well-known artist.
An ESA satellite revealed that the oldest stars in the universe formed much later than previously thought, as indicated by observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background.
Despite reports about a mysterious radio signal likely from aliens, astronomers believe it might have actually come from Earth.
The European satellite Sentinel-1A was hit by a millimeter-size particle in orbit, causing visible damage on the instrument.
A SpaceX rocket will take Facebook’s first satellite to space. The satellite will provide internet service to unconnected areas in Africa, will blast off on Sept. 3.
Is there life beyond Earth in the solar system? NASA director James Green explains which planets and moons in our solar system could have alien life, and why NASA believes it is on the right track.
A brilliant “ring of fire” solar eclipse will grace the skies of the African continent this week.
A NASA astronaut has successfully sequenced DNA for the first time aboard the International Space Station.
An international satellite operator will be the first company that will launch cargo to space reusing the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
A new fusion device could replicate how the sun and the star create energy and could provide the Earth with clean and limitless energy.
Latest technology provides portable hydroelectric power that allows users to charge their devices anywhere by just adding water.