Season 2 of the high-flying "Expanse" TV show is coming soon, and Space.com can't wait — so we caught up with the book's authors, who are also deeply involved with the new show, about what to expect when it returns Feb. 1.
You cannot feel or hear the world turning. It does not rumble through space. But you can see it turn with your own eyes every day and night. And, with patience, you can see Earth travel around the Sun.
Astronomers have discovered an immense surge of energy coming from a cosmic particle accelerator located about 2 billion light years from Earth.
The first flight of a tiny experimental Japanese rocket, touted as the world's smallest booster designed to launch a satellite in orbit, failed Sunday (Jan. 15), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency officials said.
A SpaceX rocket will take to the skies Saturday (Jan. 14) for the first time since a Sept. 1 launchpad explosion, and you can watch the highly anticipated liftoff live. The liftoff is scheduled for 12:54 p.m. EST (1754 GMT).
On Jan. 14, 2017, SpaceX launched 10 satellites for the company Iridium, and also landed the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a ship at sea. See images of the mission — SpaceX's first since a Sept. 1, 2016 launch pad explosion — here.
After launching 10 Iridium-NEXT satellites, the Falcon 9 first stage landed on the "Just Read The Instructions" drone ship in the Pacific Ocean. This was the first time that this particular drone ship was used in a successful landing.
SpaceX launched 10 satellites to orbit today (Jan. 14) in a rousing return-to-flight mission that also included a rocket landing on a ship at sea.
For the first time since the launch pad explosion in Sept. 2016, SpaceX launched the Iridium-NEXT communications satellites on January 14, 2016. SpaceX successfully landed the rocket's first stage on a drone ship in the Pacific Ocean.
"Dr. King's life and legacy asks us to carry on the important work of making our lives better and our communities better places in which to live," said NASA administrator Charles Bolden in 2010.
Citizen scientists are playing with images of Jupiter taken by NASA's Juno probe. The results are both scientific and artistic. Check out this gallery of images.
A citizen scientist created the new photo using a raw image captured by NASA's Jupiter-orbiting Juno spacecraft.
A SpaceX rocket will take to the skies today (Jan. 14) for the first time since a Sept. 1 launchpad explosion, and you can watch the highly anticipated liftoff live.
Visitors to NASA's Kennedy Space Center can now take home the retired space shuttle Atlantis, the International Space Station and the entire solar system as souvenirs — all via a virtual reality (VR) headset and app-driven experience.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover arrived at the Red Planet in 2012, carrying a special embellishment: a plaque with signatures from the country's top officials, including U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
Grounded since September, Elon Musk's private spaceflight company is aiming to launch 10 communications satellites into orbit from California on Saturday morning.
A NASA safety board recommended in its annual report that the agency closely study the safety issues associated with SpaceX’s fueling plans for Falcon 9 commercial crew missions.
Advice from former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly might have helped Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers perfect his Hail Mary technique.
"Star Trek Timelines" turns one year old on Jan. 14 — and its developer is celebrating this weekend with a special in-game event and announcements of a new player-versus-player mode.
Two astronauts embarked on a spacewalk outside the International Space Station (ISS) today to complete an upgrade to the station's power supply. The spacewalkers breezed through all their objectives and knocked out several "get-ahead" tasks.