The Parker Solar Probe is equipped with cameras that have taken striking images since the mission started in 2018.
Footage shot by an onboard camera shows the moment that the rocket's upper stage carrying NASA cargo tumbles out of control, with Earth whipping in and out of view beneath it.
The private rocket company will try once more to launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Thursday after the previous attempt was scrubbed moments before liftoff.
A photo appearing to show an alien basking on the surface of Mars has caught attention online recently—but is it possible that Mars could host such a life form?
As well as explaining how light shows illuminate Saturn's skies, recent findings solve the decades-long mystery of why the length of the planet's day changed.
The huge asteroid will pass close by Earth in March, and sky-watchers can see it from the comfort of their homes.
NASA is preparing the telescope's 21ft golden mirror, which will allow astronomers to stare deeper into the universe and further back in time than ever before.
When astronauts leave the International Space Station, it will be allowed to fall out of orbit, crashing down in a remote region of the South Pacific Ocean.
The asteroid, classed as "potentially hazardous" by NASA, poses no danger to Earth but is going to pass unusually close to our planet next month.
The 1986 disaster claimed the lives of all seven astronauts aboard.
In what was described as a "happy coincidence," the galaxies appear to have merged into the shape of the USS Enterprise.
Lamborghini will auction five NFTs, it's first venture into the new tech space.
Some of the exoplanets orbit their stars so tightly they zoom round in less than a day. Others are tantalizingly Earthlike.
The amount of energy released from the recent blast is comparable to other major eruptions throughout Earth's history.
NASA's telescope, the most powerful to ever launch into space, arrived at its final destination on Monday and will now prepare for its first observations.
The telescope could potentially spot artificially produced gasses, which would lead to more information regarding life on other planets.
The telescope is headed for a point where gravity will balance its orbital motion, locking it in almost perfect unison with the Earth's orbit around the sun.
For years, scientists have debated whether meteor ALH84001, a 4-pound rock that landed in Antarctica in 1984, contained proof of ancient life on the red planet.
With the eight hottest years on record all being within the past decade, climate scientists are worried the warming trend is accelerating.
The asteroid, called 2022 AC4, passed within a quarter of the distance to the moon as it sped by our planet.
A video clip of NASA astronaut Scott Kelly chasing a fellow ISS crew member as part of birthday shenanigans has gone viral this week.
Webb is the largest and most powerful space observatory ever built, promising to revolutionize our understanding of the universe.
The huge space rock is classed as a potentially hazardous asteroid (PHA) because of its size but poses no threat to Earth.
Engineers tested the idea of putting cameras on board the space telescope to monitor its deployment, but decided they would have presented some problems.
The James Webb telescope still hasn't reached its desired orbit but it has covered more than half of its near million-mile journey through space.
After the fifth and final layer of sunshield was tight and secure, ground controllers celebrated, cheering and bumping fists.
The meteor traveling over Pittsburgh was about a yard in diameter with a mass of about half a ton and was traveling at roughly 45,000 mph.
Flight controllers in Maryland reset Webb's solar panel to draw more power and repointed the telescope to restrict sunlight on six overheating motors.
From a flat Earth to a fake moon landing, Newsweek has set out some of the most prominent conspiracy theories and where science stands on them.
The telescope will be tracked across the sky in January as it heads to its final destination, from where it will look further back in time than ever before.