NASA got back on drill duty as the Curiosity drill resumes operations on Mars. Scientists used a new percussive technique that allowed the team to collect its first drill sample since 2016.
It happens to the best of us. A NASA astronaut realizes he forgot one very important piece of his GoPro as he embarks on his spacewalk for Expedition 55.
In its first-ever image from space, planet hunter TESS takes a breathtaking shot of a glittering sea of over 200,000 nearby stars. This is only a tiny fraction of the expanse that TESS is expected to cover.
The White House kills off NASA's Carbon Monitoring System, drawing criticism from scientists. The CMS is crucial in tracking greenhouse gas emmissions and providing accurate data to agencies all around the world.
Scientists reviewed old data from the '90s Galileo mission, finding more evidence of water plumes in Jupiter's moon Europa. And if there's water, life may not be too far behind.
NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel is the newest recipient of Purdue University honorary doctorate, but his ceremony is far from ordinary. Feustel, currently stationed in the ISS, accepted the honor from way up in space on Friday, May 11.
NASA offers a bird's eye view of the volcanic fissures spilling lava and gas on Hawaii's surface and devastating the community. There are currently 14 fissures that cracked the ground open along Kilauea's East Rift Zone.
Catch Jupiter at its most stunning and brightest on Tuesday, May 8. The gas giant will be in opposition, reaching its closest encounter with Earth in the year and appearing brighter than ever.
SpaceX's cutting-edge 'load-and-go' fueling procedure presents a major risk for astronauts onboard for the company's manned missions. NASA and other experts weigh in on the dangers.
The only all-black female team to make it to the final stage of the NASA high school science competition faced racism from social media users, prompting the agency to shut down online voting.
NASA is slated to launch the latest Mars lander InSight on Saturday, May 4. The lander is designed to study marsquakes and help scientists learn more about the origins of rocky planets such as Earth and Mars.
Scientists and astronomers have evidence that exoplanets discovered by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope have stratosphere but with temperature variance much different from planets of the solar system.
The signals caught by the Kepler Space Observatory and the observation of its existence are strong evidences of a potential discovery of an alien moon orbiting an Exoplanet the size of Jupiter.
Sounding rockets light up the sky ahead of July 4.