Ready to fly outside Earth? Jeff Bezos' space company, Blue Origin, has released images of its new space tourism vehicle, New Shepard.
The Analemma Tower may be a new name for some people, however it is actually being pegged as the "world's tallest building."
Scientists have discovered that Saturn's moon Titan actually has very durable sands. It appears not only is its seas filled with hydrocarbons, but Titan's sands are also very electrically-charged.
NASA engineers test fired the brains of the SLS rocket scheduled for launch in 2018. Three more engines are scheduled for testing in the following months.
Sands in the surface of Saturn's largest moon Titan could be electrically charged.
Tsunamis could have stirred huge amounts of Martian ocean billions of years ago. A new study suggests that deposits discovered are remains of giant tsunamis caused by asteroid impacts.
SpaceX moves past landing Falcon 9 rockets at sea using drone ships. Elon Musk's space flight company will be re-launching a rocket this week.
Less than nine months after Juno entered Jupiter's orbit, it will perform its fifth flyby. The flyby is expected to produce more scientific data about some features of the planet including its complex magnetic field.
Famous cosmologist and astrophysicist Stephen Hawking appeared in Hong Kong for a conference. By appeared, it means he was projected via hologram technology.
In the outermost reaches of our galaxy known as the halo lies a record breaking brown dwarf that have the purest composition and highest mass yet known.
Powerful gravitational waves are capable of kicking out supermassive black holes from the center of a galaxy.
Thomas Pesquet and Shane Kimbrough are currently completing the first of three scheduled spacewalks. The missions are being done to prepare the ISS for the arrival of spacecraft that will transport humans to the space station.
As the 17-year-old schoolboy was looking at the data taken in space from December 2015 to June 2016, he noticed that the radiation sensors on the ISS were recording false data.
The Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER) can explore areas that might be too risky for rovers to go, including areas with steep slopes or behind sand dunes.