The galaxy in question appears as it was 11 billion years ago, just 2.7 billion years after the Big Bang.
Pence caught "space fever" as a kid. Now he's set to chair the National Space Council.
Scientists have analyzed over 30 years worth of data to find out what’s going on with the sun and its unusual activity.
Tomorrow is Asteroid Day—an annual event to highlight the risks asteroids pose to Earth.
Commercial flights may soon be breaking the sound barrier.
The hacking collective Anonymous had claimed that NASA was on the verge of announcing that it had found alien life forms.
The hacking collective says that NASA is about to announce that we are not alone. But things aren’t quite that simple.
From space stations to "frozen zoos" storing embryos, eggs, sperm and the DNA of endangered animals—the movement to create our backup ready for humanity version 2.0 has already begun.
Life on one planet could easily spread to another, according to the numbers.
Eyes in the sky to locate water resources may be many Middle Eastern nations' best hope for alleviating an acute water supply problem.
The International Space Station is going through one of the busiest times in its traffic history.
It's the first time a NASA mission has been named after a living scientist. Parker said “Hurray for solar probe.”
Solar Probe Plus is due to launch next year and will face heat and radiation unlike any spacecraft in history.
Russia is testing dust samples from the International Space Station, believing they contain extraterrestrial lifeforms.
Astronomers say we are looking at a whole new Jupiter.
Scientists are being forced to reevaluate what they thought they knew about the giant planet.
N6946-BH1 has left the universe.
The failed computer controls the major U.S. systems on the International Space Station, including the radiators and cooling loops.
Space probes have found a barrier resulting from low frequency radio waves which could shield us from geomagnetic storms.