The show will reach its peak on Monday night into the early morning hours of Tuesday.
The world's first female spacewalking team is making history high above Earth.
NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will make "HERstory," as NASA is calling it, with the first all-female spacewalk. All four men aboard the International Space Station will remain inside, as Koch and Meir go out to replace a broken battery charger.
Gilbert V. Levin, principal investigator on NASA Viking missions to Mars in the 1970s, says he’s convinced life was discovered on the red planet nearly four decades ago.
According to NASA’s JPL, the giant space rock known as 2019 TA7 will skim past Earth at a distance of roughly 930,000 miles, making its closest approach to Earth in nearly 115 years.
If you have any wishes to make, now is the time, because stargazers will get their chance to view two back-to-back meteor showers that are expected to peak this week.
For the first time, NASA’s planet-hunting Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) was able to watch the “cataclysmic phenomenon” of a star being torn apart by a black hole from beginning to end. Using follow-up observations from telescopes, astronomers were able to capture unprecedented data about the star-destroying events known as tidal disruptions.
Much like taking the family on a cruise or a trip to visit Mickey Mouse at Disney World, one California company believes that going to space will eventually become just another vacation option.
As the East Coast of the United States braces for Hurricane Dorian, NASA engineer and astronaut Christina Koch, who is observing the storm from aboard the International Space Station, tweeted terrifying and awe-inspiring photographs of the hurricane seen from space.
One of the oldest and most powerful rockets in operation blasted off from Cape Canaveral for the last time Thursday.
The United Launch Alliance (ULA) has launched their Atlas V rocket into orbit.
SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Tuesday evening. The launch was delayed by about 30 minutes due to inclement weather.
The Cape Canaveral launch sites that fueled America’s space race are deteriorating by the day. But University of South Florida researchers and the 45th Space Wing have made it their mission to preserve as much of this historic place as possible.
A “city killer” asteroid over 300 feet wide raced by Earth closer than the distance of the Moon on Thursday, astronomy experts said.
Fifty years ago, the Apollo 11 crew spent four days in space. Then, when they finally reached the moon and sent the signals back to Earth, 600 million people couldn’t believe what they were seeing – live – on their television sets. And they could not even see some of the most interesting parts, until now.
Fifty years ago, the first of 12 astronauts walked on the moon. Florida launched all of them, and they in turn helped launch what we currently know as Florida.
Mission commander Neil Armstrong was the flying ace, Buzz Aldrin the scholar. Michael Collins was a crack test pilot, too, but also a wordsmith who described the trio as "amiable strangers."
Live TV coverage allowed hundreds of millions witnesses to history. These are some of their memories of man's greatest achievement.
Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson said Thursday his spaceship has just a few more test flights before he jumps on board for the first tourist trip.
Here are five lesser-known, yet still incredible facts about the mission that first landed men on the moon.