A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully delivered an EchoStar satellite to the Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) on March 16. The Initial launch date was March 14 but was rescheduled due to bad weather.
NASA received a 2018 budget of $19.1 billion, 5 percent lower than last years. The budget will support deep space explorations like the journey to Mars and moon. However, the cut will affect earth sciences programs.
What can you do with $30 million? A lot. For NASA, they want to use it to make sure humans get to colonize other planets.
Microbes could be jumping from one planet to the other in Trappist-1. Collisions could be causing the transfer due to impact.
Lockheed Martin unveiled its Mars Base Camp concept that is capable of housing six astronauts bound for the Red planet. The base camp will be integrated with the Orion capsules.
A team led by researchers at MIT discovered a supermassive black hole about 300 million light years away from earth 'choking' on what seems to be a sudden influx of stellar debris.
The Earth froze into a massive snowball roughly 717 million years ago. Scientists explain how a perfect storm of fire and ice made this happen.
If you are looking for a new destination for your Friday beer nights, why not the Red Planet? That's right, Mars is becoming the destination in mind of some giants in the industry, including Budweiser and CASIS.
Cassini captured the last image of Saturn's moon Mimas for its mission. The images captured were the best ever taken of the moon.
A rare binary system was discovered about 14,800 light-years away. In the system, a tiny star was discovered to be orbiting a black hole.
Congress passed NASA Authorization Act of 2017 giving NASA $19.5 billion budget for deep space exploration adn Mars missions.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will transport EchoStar XXIII satellite to space. The spacecraft will launch from NASA's Complex 39A launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center.
NASA's mission to Jupiter's moon got its official name - Europa Clipper. The mission will investigate the habitability if the icy moon Europa.
NASA released the uncalibrated raw data from its observation of the newly identified star system, Trappist-1. Users will have to do some reformatting to interpret the data.