NASA chief doubles down on Mars, asteroid missions NASA chief doubles down on Mars, asteroid missions
Administrator Charles Bolden reminds the public that NASA is still pushing for a space mission to Mars.
Accidental discovery of 'upside-down' planet confirms 1973 prediction Accidental discovery of 'upside-down' planet confirms 1973 prediction
Astronomers discover planets too distant for direct observation by the dimming in light when a world transits its host star.
Stunning video shows SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket taking off, landing [VIDEO] Stunning video shows SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket taking off, landing [VIDEO]
SpaceX has successfully launched and landed a reusable version of their Falcon 9 rocket.
New study explains stability of exoplanet system
New study explains stability of exoplanet system
Computational tools deliver data enabling research breakthrough
 
NASA chief doubles down on Mars, asteroid missions
NASA chief doubles down on Mars, asteroid missions
Administrator Charles Bolden reminds the public that NASA is still pushing for a space mission to Mars.
 
Stunning video shows SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket taking off, landing [VIDEO]
Stunning video shows SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket taking off, landing [VIDEO]
SpaceX has successfully launched and landed a reusable version of their Falcon 9 rocket.
 
Asteroid glass study provides insights into Mars' history
Asteroid glass study provides insights into Mars' history
Impact glass from an asteroid collision has the ability to trap ancient plant life, leading scientists to seek similar mechanisms on Mars
 
Massive meteor-like object spotted on Russian dashcam [VIDEO]
Massive meteor-like object spotted on Russian dashcam [VIDEO]
"No sound of explosions was heard," Gazeta.ru says.
 
SpaceX's Dragon successfully launched Friday, heads for the ISS on resupply mission
SpaceX's Dragon successfully launched Friday, heads for the ISS on resupply mission
A new mission to the ISS brings much needed supplies.
 
A cosmetic company wants to brighten the surface of the moon
A cosmetic company wants to brighten the surface of the moon
A cosmetic company wants to brighten the moon.
 
After successful launch, Dragon heads to ISS
After successful launch, Dragon heads to ISS
Supply mission will test experimental rocket landing legs.
 
Planets with a drunken wobble could be more lively
Planets with a drunken wobble could be more lively
The wobbling of planets could widen area of direct sunlight, providing a warm habitat for potential life.
 
 Scientists spot Earth-sized planet that may hold liquid water, alien life
Scientists spot Earth-sized planet that may hold liquid water, alien life
NASA detects an earth-like planet with promising signs of harboring life
 
NASA asks for oxygen regeneration system ideas
NASA asks for oxygen regeneration system ideas
NASA has announced a competition for internal and external researchers to design and build an innovative oxygen regeneration device.
 
Mars selfie: Curiosity spotted from orbit by Mars probe
Mars selfie: Curiosity spotted from orbit by Mars probe
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has photographed Curiosity at its latest target for geological analysis.
 
Voting ends for NASA’s next spacesuit design
Voting ends for NASA’s next spacesuit design
NASA has collected more than 200,000 votes from members of the public who are on a mission.
 
This mesmerizing image hints at Saturn's notoriously strong winds
This mesmerizing image hints at Saturn's notoriously strong winds
The image was taken at a distance of about 1.3 million miles from Saturn.
 
NASA chief defends agency’s exploration plan
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden defended the agency’s long-term initiatives, including missions to an asteroid and Mars.
 
Deadly asteroids occur more often than previously thought
A planetary defense group finds that an asteroid could collide with the Earth once a century
 
Despite Americans’ lack of confidence, Big Bang has strong evidence
A recent survey of American adults found a lack of confidence in the Big Bang Theory, even in light of strong scientific support.
 
Accidental discovery of 'upside-down' planet confirms 1973 prediction
Astronomers discover planets too distant for direct observation by the dimming in light when a world transits its host star.
 
Chicken Nebula’s cloud glows with stars shine in new telescope view [PHOTO]
A telescope in Chile captures the glow of a hydrogen cloud leftover from star-formation.
 
ISS's experimental Robonaut gets new legs
A new robonaut is delivered to the ISS.
 
Former astronauts claim 'blind luck' has saved Earth from asteroids
Blind luck may have saved Earth from disaster.
 
ESA satellite delivers advanced radar images of Earth
A ESA mission sends back images of Earth.
 
Traveling three times faster than a bullet, LADEE slams into the moon
LADEE was "a mission of firsts."
 
SpaceX Dragon launches for International Space Station
The latest SpaceX Dragon resupply mission has lifted off with 2.5 tons of material bound for the International Space Station.
 
SpaceX will try again Friday
SpaceX is shooting for another launch attempt Friday to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.
 
Three more lunar eclipses to occur in the next 18 months
The moon will continue to put on a show.
 
SpaceX leases historic NASA launch pad
Marking the end of a billionaire tug of war, the SpaceX commercial rocket venture signed a 20-year agreement on Monday to take over NASA's historic launch pad.
 
NASA spots volcanic 'heart' on Mars
NASA spots mysterious heart-shaped craters on surface of Mars.
 
Exotic particle discovered by Large Hadron Collider
A strange type of particle is discovered.
 
'Minimoons' may simplify NASA's asteroid-capture mission
Mini-moons may create a new approach for NASA's future missions.
 
Computer malfunction on the ISS may require spacewalk to fix
A spacewalk may be necessary to fix the ISS.
 
NASA laser communication experiment set to launch to the ISS
NASA launches a laser experiment to the ISS.
 
Mysterious ISS 'space tree' baffles scientists
A cosmic mystery is uniting monks and scientists in Japan after a cherry tree grown from a seed that orbited the Earth.
 
NASA gets go-ahead to build spacecraft for asteroid mission
NASA gets the go-ahead to launch an asteroid-hunting mission.
 
Rocket-powered 'flying saucer' will usher in new era of Mars landings [VIDEO]
Advanced drag devices will have to deploy at higher supersonic speeds to safely land vehicle, crew and cargo.
 
Lunar orbiter must weather upcoming eclipse
A few obstacles will hit the LRO.
 
International Space Station crowded with cargo craft
A Russian Progress supply ship loaded with 2.9 tons of supplies and equipment bound for the International Space Station blasted off and streaked into space Wednesday.
 
Curiosity reaches next destination, spots unexplained Mars light
NASA arrives at its location and is met with a strange light.
 
Spectacular 'blood moon' lunar eclipse set for April 15
The lunar eclipses of 2014 are the first of four consecutive total lunar eclipses.
 
North Korea rips off NASA logo for space agency called 'NADA'
Does this surprise you?
 
Europe launches satellite aimed at tracking disasters on Earth
Europe launches a new satellite.
 
Researchers may have solved mystery of the Moon's age
The newly discovered clock dates the Moon to 95 ±32 million years after the start of the solar system.
 
Astronauts' hearts become more spherical in space
The findings reveal that the heart in space becomes more spherical by a factor of 9.4 percent.
 
ESA's Philae lander comes out of hibernation: First comet images are released
The ESA Comet hunter is live.
 
Nations begin laying plans for mission to Mars
Are we headed to Mars?
 
ExoMars could be key to colonizing Mars
Mars becomes a reality.
 
NASA releases images of massive Mars comet: Will it slam into the Red Planet?
The comet will pass Mars later this year.
 
Astronauts en route to ISS stuck in orbit
How long they remain in orbit remains unclear.
 
Stephen Hawking's black hole paradox may have been solved
One of several mysteries in the debate about the behavior of black holes is what takes place with information in black holes.