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Embrace your love of science fiction this summer. Here's how to celebrate "Star Trek," see sci-fi museum exhibits, or visit natural wonders that inspired great... [Read More]
Connect with the cosmos this summer. Here's where to see a rocket launch, visit a space shuttle, go to space camp or do some live... [Read More]
The new National Geographic documentary series "One Strange Rock," is the story of planet Earth, told by the people who have left it. The show's... [Read More]
NASA is developing a spacesuit with a built-in toilet system, something the agency hasn't used regularly since the Apollo era. [Read More]
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Leaders of the American Astronomical Society have denounced the White House's proposed cancellation of NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST). [Read More]
A chunk of rock that was once part of Mars, but landed on Earth as a meteorite, will return to the Red Planet aboard a... [Read More]
A planet orbiting in the "habitable zone" of its parent star may host a critical ingredient for life as we know it. But what if... [Read More]
The White House budget proposal calls for the termination of the WFIRST mission. Here's how astrophysicists are reacting. [Read More]
An exclusive video from National Geographic shows Elon Musk's surprised, joyful reaction to the successful first launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket on Feb.... [Read More]
Here are some of our favorite photos from the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch today (Feb. 6). [Read More]
Is there a bromance blossoming between Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk? Or is competition as fierce as ever between the two spaceflight entrepreneurs? [Read More]
Skywatchers around the world took their cameras out to capture the total lunar eclipse of 2018. Here are some of our favorite snapshots. [Read More]
An amateur astronomer appears to have made contact with the Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE) satellite, which lost contact with NASA in 2005. [Read More]
An amateur astronomer appears to have made contact with a long-lost NASA satellite. [Read More]
Celebrate this week's Super Blue Blood Moon — which includes a total lunar eclipse — with some moony cocktails. [Read More]
A vinyl reprint of the Voyager Golden Record, which carried a greeting for extraterrestrials beyond the solar system, won a Grammy Award this past Sunday... [Read More]
The ribbons of gas that wrap around Jupiter are on display in two stunning, high- resolution images from NASA's Juno probe. [Read More]
SETI pioneer Jill Tarter thinks the "search for extraterrestrial intelligence" needs to undergo a rebranding. [Read More]
Writer Ursula K. Le Guin, whose work spanned multiple genres including science fiction, fantasy, poetry and essays, died on Monday (Jan. 22) at the age... [Read More]