Amid reports that the Russians will keep the cause of an air leak at the International Space Station secret, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has promised to speak personally with the head of Roscosmos.
Disney's new land "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" is an incredible, immersive park experience.
Marvel Comics reveals its December 2019 Annihilation: Scourge solicitations.
Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
These are the top space stories this week from Space.com.
If you're skeptical that NASA can land astronauts on the moon five years from now, you're not alone.
A nonprofit organization has announced the winners of two international contests that support under-represented minorities in science and space.
Aliens of all stripes are zeroing in on the secretive Area 51 this weekend.
The first country to land a spacecraft on the moon and the only country to do so since the Apollo era are teaming up for a lunar return.
A new thermoelectric device can generate electricity for an LED light bulb even during the blackest night, according to a report by researchers.
Feel like going for a spin around Mars? A new video shows a 3D view of where the European-Russian ExoMars rover will land, in a region that was likely filled with water billions of years ago.
Relativity Space, a company that builds and lofts 3D-printed rockets, will launch a half-dozen missions for the in-orbit shuttle service company Momentus beginning in 2021.
Space doesn't just allow us to appreciate Earth, it also allows scientists to better study and understand climate change.
This view of the Red Planet, which is part of a larger image from the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter, shows bright clouds and over the planet's icy north pole contrasted against the dark and dusty plains farther south.
If you could journey through the cosmos' most monstrous objects, what tales — if any — would you be able to tell?
Moon pirates, killer space monkeys and some serious father issues are all thrown at Brad Pitt in 'Ad Astra.'
On Sept. 21, 2003, NASA's Galileo mission to Jupiter and its moons came to an end. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series!
We could get an up-close look at our solar system's latest interstellar interloper a quarter century from now if we so desired, a new study suggests.
Mathematicians have finally proved a conjecture on approximating numbers with fractions.
Japan's asteroid-exploring spacecraft has practiced its last task before heading home — and it made a nifty image as well.
A mysterious star whose repeated bouts of darkening might be due to "alien megastructures," according to some researchers' conjectures, may now have more than a dozen counterparts that display similarly mystifying behavior.
China's lunar exploration program has released images that give us a glimpse of the mysterious material discovered on the far side of the moon.
A Chinese Long March 11 rocket successfully launched five new remote-sensing satellites today (Sept. 19).
On Friday (Sept. 20), students around the world will walk out of their classrooms and gather in coordinated protests to highlight the global crisis created by climate change.
Even as its orbiter settles into work, India's hopes of resurrecting its moon lander are quickly evaporating as the country marks two weeks from its attempt to softly touch down on the lunar surface.
SpaceX wants to buy out the properties of residents in a community located only a few miles away its Starhopper launch site in south Texas, according to a report.
These types of missions are one way to achieve international prestige. But they also peacefully demonstrate capabilities that could be used in conflict.
Remember those viral UFO videos you saw last year? The government would like you to forget them, please.
There was a 5.6% chance that Bigelow Aerospace's Genesis II experimental habitat and Russia's defunct Cosmos 1300 satellite would collide early this morning (Sept. 18). But it didn't happen.
NASA's effort to build and deploy a small space station in orbit around the moon now has its own logo.