Elon Musk wants to provide super-fast Internet to Earth. To do that, he needs to send more than 4,000 Internet satellites into orbit.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have successfully made the first ever satellite launcher 3-D printed in space.
NASA converted images from Cassini's first dive into a movie sequence and it is nothing short of amazing, according to those who have seen it. The spacecraft also beamed back images of Saturn's moon Enceladus from a previous flyby.
The record-breaking image is so clear you can zoom in to see the heavenly bodies many worlds away.
Like creamer being stirred in coffee, hot gas swirls around in this galaxy cluster for millions of years.
Physicist Stephen Hawking said humans must colonize another Earth within the next 100 years in order to survive. This means the human race must leave the planet by then in order to continue to exist.
An astronomer suggests that alien life could be extinct today. He added that those looking for signs of life should look for traces of former alien life forms as well.
There's a star system nearby that could be a glimpse in the ancient past.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft tried to protect itself from debris during its dive, however, it turned out that the region is dust-free. During the dive, instruments aboard the spacecraft also recorded the sound during the dive.
This highly secretive mission took off from the Kennedy Space Center last Mon
NASA"s most powerful rocket won't be flying its maiden flight on 2018. This is after GAO reported that there is very little time to prepare for the first flight given the difficulties the mission is facing.
Eta aquarids meteor shower from Halley's comet will be visible from next week. There might be a total of 30 meteors per hour during the peak.
Engineers found out that simulated Martian-like soil does not need adhesives to create bricks. By applying enough pressure, the materials hardens into bricks without the use of any additives.
SpaceX launch for the U.S. National Defense was scrapped due to sensor problems with the Falcon 9 rocket. The rocket was launched May 1.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has successfully finished its first dive through Saturn and its rings on April 26, 2017. The spacecraft released stunning up-close pictures of Saturn including what looks like a dark giant hurricane.