NASA is planning on sending a manned mission to Venus' orbit. The mission will serve as a training ground for the mission to Mars.
Cassini is running out of fuel and is near the end of its mission. But before it plunges to its death, it will first complete a series of ring dives that started last Nov. 30.
Heartbeat stars discovered by Kepler telescope are instrumental in studying tidal forces and the activities that affect the orbit of binary star systems.
A group of scientists discovered five Trojan asteroids sharing the same orbit as the planet Neptune.
Tiangong-1's landing place is still unknown and its time to fall is even unpredictable to tell.
A mysterious object was discovered orbiting beyond Neptune; its orbit has an odd tilt and it spinning in reverse as compared to any other planets in the solar system.
A group of researchers has recently discovered a mysterious object just outside the solar system, and it’s odd behavior baffles scientists.
Juno sent the first image taken within Jupiter's orbit showing the planet and three of its four largest moons.
New clues emerge in the hunt for a ninth planet. Scientists from the University of Arizona say that synced orbital periods of six minor planets could be explained by the presence of the so-called "Planet Nine."
Juno spacecraft, which was launched in 2011, will arrive on Jupiter this July. The spacecraft is almost near the planet which has already exited the gravitational pull of the Sun and is now under the Jupiter's realm.
NASA is currently preparing for their Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) which will provide new knowledge on near-Earth objects such as asteroids.
Monday, May 16, marks the 100,000th orbit of Earth of the International Space Station, which has been going around our planet for more than 17 years.
ESA launched Clean Space to start cleaning the debris left in the Earth's orbit. They said there are about 700,000 pieces of space debris catalogued and they pose a threat to space missions and the Earth as well.
Images captured from the Cassini Mission spacecraft have been used to confirm that a global ocean thrives beneath the icy crust of Saturn's moon, Enceladus.