Amazing Mars Photos by NASA''s Curiosity Rover (Latest Images)
NASA''s Mars rover Curiosity is beaming home amazing photos of the Red Planet.
Best 3D View of Deep Universe Reveals Astonishing Details (Video)
Astronomers have just released a brand-new, best-ever 3D view of the deep universe, and it''s a doozy.
Cosmonaut Alexei Gubarev, Led 1st Multi-National Space Crew, Dies at 83
Soviet-era cosmonaut Alexei Gubarev, who trained to fly to the moon but instead led the first multi-national space station crew, died on Feb. 21. He was 83. Gubarev logged 37 days in orbit during the Soyuz 17 and Soyuz 28 missions.
Ground-Based Telescope Peers Further Than Hubble | Video
The European Very Large Telescope''s MUSE instrument took a deeper dive into the famous Hubble Deep Field and discovered more galaxies than the Hubble Space Telescope. MUSE data also reveals elements of galactic motion.
NASA Celebrates Crawler-Transporters'' 1st 50 Years with Test Drive
With an eye towards the future, NASA has marked the first 50 years of its two rocket-moving crawler-transporters by taking one of the newly-upgraded massive machines out for a test drive to the launch pad.
LISTEN LIVE @ 2 pm ET: NASA Update on Earth Science Missions
NASA launched five Earth science missions in the past 12 months. Today (Feb. 26), space agency officials will host a teleconference explaining what those Earth-watching projects have found during their time in space.
Spring Constellations, Planets and a Solar Eclipse - March 2015 Skywatching Video
The Gemini Twins and a dimmer Cancer constellation make their way into the night sky in March.
US Needs a Mars Colony, Buzz Aldrin Tells Senators
Going to Mars without setting up a colony - round-trip manned missions, in other words - would not be enough for the U.S. to reclaim its leadership in space, nor would setting up human outposts on the moon, Aldrin said.
The Father of SETI: Q&A with Astronomer Frank Drake
An interview with Frank Drake, who conducted the first search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) experiment in 1960 and came up with a famous equation that estimates the possible number of alien civilizations.
New Space Telescope Tech Could Be 1,000 Times Sharper Than HubbleStories 1 - 10 of 3757
The Aragoscope would consist of an orbiting space telescope sitting behind an opaque disc up to 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) wide. This disc would be made of a black plastic material, similar to a garbage bag.