A mountain-sized asteroid flew past earth about three times further away than the moon and will be brightest in the night sky tonight using binoculars or a small telescope – or you can stay warm and follow its path online.
The unmanned NASA Orion spacecraft splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean Friday after its successful inaugural flight.
It’s official — the European Space Agency has landed a spacecraft on a comet. Here’s what you need to know.
The Antares rocket exploded on a launchpad in the NASA facility in eastern Virginia. The ship was bringing 5,000 pounds of supplies to the International Space Station.
Watch NASA’s “Flying Saucer” take a test flight in this amazing video from NASA.
The ESA’s Rosetta Satellite became the first one to orbit a comet and will follow Churyumov-Gerasimenko as it circles the sun. See the pictures here.
NASA revealed pictures of their new light-up “technology” style Z-2 spacesuit. See all the photos here.
Missed the SpaceX launch? This video will let you relive that magical moment of liftoff.
A SpaceX rocket has been cleared by NASA for a launch on April 14. Here’s what you need to know about SpaceX.
Want to watch the upcoming lunar eclipse? Here’s where you’ll need to be, and how to go about doing it.
April 2014 has a ton of astronomy events to look forward to. If you want to learn more about astronomy, these iPhone and Android apps are top choices.
NASA’s Morpheus Lander could someday travel to Mars or the Moon. Watch this amazing new craft take flight.
Imagine this astronaut’s thoughts as he saw a smoke trail start from Manhattan’s southern tip and extend across Long Island.