A massive dust storm has descended on Mars, surrounding the Opportunity rover in a blanket of dark dust that's estimated to be bigger than the entire North America. With the rover running on solar power, the storm is a huge threat to its survival.
The Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft docked on the International Space Station, carrying three new crew members who will be living aboard until December. The trio's arrival brings the total ISS residents to six.
Nobody ever wants to see a gigantic moon dropping from the sky. In this video shared by NASA, special lens make the phenomenon look startlingly real.
Most Americans want NASA to study the climate system and asteroids heading Earth's way instead of going to Mars, the moon, or searching for life beyond. The new Pew survey reveals more about pubic opinion on space exploration.
The New Horizons spacecraft is now out of hibernation mode and getting prepped for another historic flyby. This time, the target is Ultima Thule, an object that's about a billion miles away from Pluto.
An international team of experts believes they know how dunes on Pluto have formed. Here are the details
Mystery solved? Scientists discovered the smallest black hole ever recorded, reportedly the product of an extraordinary collision of two neutron stars that lit up the skies in 2017.
Alan Bean, the fourth person ever to walk on the moon, passed away on Saturday, May 26 following a two-week illness. The spaceman and artist left behind an incredible legacy in NASA and beyond.
A NASA photographer's camera melted in a sudden bushfire at the SpaceX rocket launch. Amazingly, the camera managed to capture a series of images that showed exactly how it met its end.
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.