International asteroid warning network to be put to the test by 50ft-wide asteroid.
The secret is in their ability to withstand heat.
Government Accountability Office says there will be a space travel bottleneck because of a gap in production of plutonium 238.
NASA is using the opportunity to test out its planetary defense systems.
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Paul Chodas from NASA’s CNEOS says the exercise will be the same as if the asteroid were on course to hit Earth.
Weird dimming explained by an uneven cloud of dust moving around the star, study suggests.
Launched from Kazakhstan with a designer born in Ukraine, the success of Sputnik is one the most celebrated Soviet achievements in Russia.
This is a key milestone in NASA’s longer-term plan to send humans to Mars.
Photos shared on Twitter and NASA's website show damage to the Johnson Space Center and Kennedy Space Center.
As the two-decade mission draws to a close, what has it revealed about the second largest planet in our solar system?
The new arrivals bring the total crew on the station to six.
Photos are already streaming in from space, even before residents make it back home.
For the third day in a row, external cameras on the International Space Station captured dramatic views of the storm whipping across the Atlantic.
The X9.3 solar flare was the largest since 2005 when an X17 flare was recorded.
As a triumphant mission to Saturn ends, its lead imaging scientist recalls her favorite photographs and moments.
Space agency will host a live event to celebrate the probe on September 5.
The president faced criticism from both sides for his pick to serve as senior space science adviser, lead the agency and manage its resources.