Northrop Grumman's Cygnus cargo craft arrives at the International Space Station, delivering crew supplies and science experiments
The close-up photographs showed the giant iceberg that NASA said was "three times the size of Manhatten".
Russia's space agency says it is considering establishing a base on the moon, possibly manned by robot avatars.
Space enthusiasts spend more than $4 million in just the first day of an auction of Astronaut Neil Armstrong’s personal collection of memorabilia.
The spacecraft, which discovered some 2,600 planets outside of the solar system, has run out of fuel.
A tabular iceberg has been photographed by NASA in the Antarctic.
Mercury is a misfit in the solar system, an intriguing planet that science can't quite explain. The joint European and Japanese BepiColombo mission is setting off to explore the closest planet to the Sun in unprecedented detail.
Russian officials are investigating the cause of a booster problem that forced a Soyuz rocket capsule to make an emergency landing just after launch
Astronomers believe they may have found the first compelling evidence for a moon outside of our Solar System - orbiting a gigantic planet 8,000 light years from Earth.
NASA, America's Space Agency, started operating exactly 60 years ago today - 1st October, 1958.
And little over a decade after its founding, it put men on the moon for the first time.
Emirati brother and sister Adeeb and Dana Alblooshi are two of the UAE’s child prodigies. At just fourteen-years-old, Adeeb, who was named this year as one of world’s smartest teenagers, has already applied for seven scientific patents.
The UAE is aiming to become a world leader in space technology by 2021 and the country is investing heavily in its young scientists.
The U.S. has sent a satellite into space that will use laser technology to map the Earth's ice coverage and assess the impact of global warming
NASA Parker Solar Probe launched this morning after it was shut down Saturday following a red flag alarm in the final moments before lift-off.
On Saturday morning, NASA put the brakes on the launch of a probe that will be launched towards the sun.
The White House has announced plans to extend US military dominance into space with the creation of a new, sixth branch of its armed forces, called the Space Force.
The separate military department will bolster US defences and should be operational by 2020.
The annual Perseids meteor shower is expected to take place from July 17 to August 24, with peak times occurring during the night of August 12.
Stunning pictures of Mars and Saturn taken as the two planets were making their closest approach to Earth this year have been released.
Damien Chazelle is the Director of the biopic of the pioneering astronaut Neil Armstrong. "First Man" follows Armstrong from 1961 to 1969 as NASA worked to land a man on the moon
What's the risk from asteroids, and what's being done about it? As #AsteroidDay approaches we meet some dinosaurs, meteorite specialists and asteroid hunters to find out.
Most of Mars is engulfed in a dust storm the likes of which has not been seen for over a decade.
NASA's Curiosity rover finds organics and methane ‘cycle’ on red planet.
The crew - Anton Shkaplerov of Russian space agency Roscosmos, Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NASA astronaut Scott Tingle - parachuted safely into Kazakhstan.
Scientists have detected a large field of dunes on the surface of the distant planet Pluto apparently made from lumps of ice.
Alan Bean, NASA astronaut and 4th man to walk on the moon, passed away, aged 86, on May 26, after a short illness, his family said in a press release.
An updated version of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, tailored for eventual crewed missions for NASA, made its debut launch on Friday from Florida's Cape Canaveral carrying a communications satellite for Bangladesh into orbit.