A NASA spacecraft around the moon has found the likely crash site of Russia's lost lunar lander.
NASA says Earendel is in the very distant universe.
The James Webb Space Telescope has captured stunning new images of the Ring Nebula.
The new service is part of several upgrades for the space agency's digital platforms.
The arrival of the new vehicles furthers NASA's goal of returning astronauts to the moon under the Artemis program paving the way for more missions to space.
The Axiom Space crew successfully launched into space Sunday evening as they head for the International Space Station for the Ax-2 mission.
The amount of mass a black hole can contain is likened to a star 10 times more massive than our sun squeezed into a sphere about as wide as New York City, according to NASA.
The 16-foot-long robot has been used to examine glaciers and volcanoes to put its capabilities to the test.
NASA scientists have successfully extracted oxygen from simulated lunar soil.
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These black holes are like toddlers eating Sunday brunch – they take a few bites, then fling the remains across the galaxy, a new study has found.
The United Arab Emirates' Amal spacecraft flew within 62 miles of Mars' little moon last month and sent back the most detailed photos yet.
The science satellite known as Rhessi will fall through the atmosphere Wednesday night. The satellite launched into orbit in 2002 to study the sun recording more than 100,000 solar events.
Arp 220, found in the constellation Serpens (the Serpent), is an ultra-luminous infrared galaxy that shines brighter than more than 1 trillion suns, according to the Space Telescope Science Institute.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live on Mars, you’re in luck. FOX 26 got a sneak peek at a 3D-printed habitat at NASA where four people will actually live in for a yearlong mission.
The planet’s faintest rings have only been observed by two other facilities in the past, according to NASA.
NASA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) have announced the four astronauts who will blast off aboard an Orion spacecraft on an out-of-this-world mission that will take them on a 10-day journey around the moon in 2024.
These exoplanets have one side in permanent light and another side in permanent darkness. The region where the two sides meet is called the terminator zone.
Using the James Webb Space Telescope, the team discovered the largest number of molecules ever identified at the same time outside our Solar System.
The near-Earth object, called 2023 EY, has been posted on NASA’s asteroid database and listed as one of the next five asteroid approaches. Scientists estimate it is about 54 feet wide.