NASA just bought the rights to four batches of future moon samples for the low, low price of $25,001.
It took 17 seconds for Arecibo's massive radio telescope to crumble. It will take much longer for the dust to settle.
With new data from the European Gaia spacecraft, astronomers can now explore 1.8 billion cosmic objects in unparalleled detail.
China has launched a small spacecraft from the surface of the moon in the critical next step in the ambitious Chang'e 5 mission to bring lunar samples to Earth.
The window for the third crewed spaceflight of VSS Unity, Virgin Galactic's latest SpaceShipTwo space plane, opens on Dec. 11.
Tristan Eaton, a street artist whose creations lifted off on SpaceX's Crew Dragon, is now ready for his own launch: the sale of limited edition replicas of his space-flown "Human Kind" artwork.
What if black holes aren't black holes at all, but rather the cosmic equivalent of fuzzy, vibrating balls of string?
As of today (Dec. 3), scientists have 1.8 billion local stars at their fingertips.
The universe might be full of tiny, ancient black holes. And researchers might be able to prove it.
The Martian underground may have been habitable billions of years ago even if the planet's surface was a dry, frigid wasteland.
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