The first orbital test flight of SpaceX's Starship deep-space transportation vehicle won't get off the ground this month.
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The Pentagon is speaking out against Russia's launch of a spy satellite believed to be shadowing one of its American counterparts closely in the same orbit.
A "potentially hazardous" asteroid the size of a blue whale is set to zip past Earth on Friday (Aug. 12).
A surprise solar storm bashed Earth on Aug. 7 and 8, triggering an appearance of the mysterious glowing phenomenon called STEVE.
The first launch of North Korea's powerful new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) this spring apparently didn't go well after all.
An Aug. 6 close encounter saw hundreds of Starlink satellites get uncomfortably close to debris generated in a Russian anti-satellite test in November 2021.
Perseverance Mars rover is gathering up samples of Martian rock and soil that could help tease out an answer concerning past life on Mars.
The Event Horizon Telescope has imaged the powerful near-light-speed jet of a blazar, and found it to be twisted.
On Sunday night (August 14th), Saturn arrives at opposition, when it lies on the opposite side of the sky from the sun.
This Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope is the complete night sky-viewing package and you can now save £400 on it.
22 years, 13 movies, and a whole load of time travel shenanigans later, we’re still trying to figure out how to watch the X-Men movies in order.
With the satellite network being a key component of modern life on Earth, space is now a major battleground for countries looking to get ahead of their competitors.
The solid-fueled Lijian 1 rocket, also referred to as ZK-1A, lifted off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on July 27, carrying six satellites into orbit on its debut flight.
Scientists using a powerful telescope array spotted gas and a possible young exoplanet in a cloud of gas and dust surrounding a distant star.
Astronomers are planning a fishing trip to land an extraterrestrial interloper on Earth: a small meteorite from another star system that crashed into the Pacific Ocean in January 2014.
A group of engineers was tasked with designing a space telescope that would change the way we see our universe. Just one problem: much of the technology they would need didn't exist.
SpaceX fired up a Super Heavy booster on the launch pad today (Aug. 9) for the first time ever, notching a big milestone in the development of its Starship deep-space transportation system.
Watch the last supermoon of the year rise over Rome with the Virtual Telescope Project's free livestream, which starts on Aug. 12 at 1:30 a.m. ET.