After years of debate, scientists believe they may have discovered how spiral galaxies grew their arms.
Ever wanted to own an American flag that flew to the Moon? Now you can, thanks to a law passed by Congress enabling the sale of space memorabilia.
Experiments continue at the International Space Station while the SpaceX Dragon prepares to bring some of the astronauts' findings back to Earth.
The European Space Agency's Planck satellite has taken the most detailed map of the universe ever created, one that showed it to be 80 million to 100 million years older, as well as showing some interesting anomalies that scientists can't yet explain.
Astronomers have identified some of the youngest stars ever seen, thanks to the European Space Agency's (ESA) Herschel space observatory.
Jeff Bezos oversaw a team led by Rory Golden in order to uncover the engines used in Apollo 11's takeoff.
The FBI recently arrested a NASA employee suspected of smuggling confidential military secrets and rocket technology into China.
NASA is not keeping up with congressional expectations to monitor the skies but help may be coming from other sources.
An exciting week for sky gazers is coming our way as not one, but two comets are expected to put on a naked-eye spectacle in the Northern Hemisphere.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover hit a snag late last week, when a memory glitch forced it into a "safe mode" while NASA prepared a backup and diagnosed the trouble, but now Rover successfully come out of safe mode, according to a report.
Very Large Array captures image of a watery-looking nebula resembling the Florida manatee.
Exposure to cosmic radiation during deep space missions to places like Mars can affect the astronaut's brain and accelerate the onset of Alzheimer's disease, suggests a new study.
The U.S. Air Force successfully launched a secret mini-shuttle into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida.
A powerful sky-mapping camera has snapped the first image of light emitted from galaxies located eight billion light years away.