Just days after NASA's Perseverance rover gently dropped the Ingenuity helicopter on the surface of Mars, the robot companions took a selfie together on Tuesday and beamed it back to Earth.
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Burning debris from a rocket lit up Pacific Northwest skies Thursday night, the National Weather Service in Seattle said.
Humanity's first Wright Brothers moment on another planet will happen in April.
The Space Launch System rocket that will launch NASA's Artemis astronauts into space on their way to the moon went through a final and successful hot-fire test of the core stage on Thursday.
Your name up in the sky and among the stars. Sounds like something out of a glamorous Hollywood movie, but it's a reality for 27 space explorers.
Astronauts Mike Hopkins and Victor Glover Jr. are spending their Saturday conducting a spacewalk outside of the International Space Station.
Japanese fashion mogul Yusaku Maezawa, who first announced his intention in 2018 to take a group of artists with him on a six-day trip around the Moon, said Tuesday that he's inviting the public to apply to fill eight open seats on the mission now slated to take off in 2023.
While robotic rovers may explore the surface of Mars on behalf of humans who can't safely land there yet, they aren't alone.
Starship SN9, SpaceX's early prototype for a rocket the company hopes will carry the first humans to Mars, launched a high-altitude test flight Tuesday that saw the vehicle travel a few miles up in the air, hover for a moment, and then conduct a belly flop-like maneuver on descent before making an explosive landing back on the launch pad.
A NASA spacecraft that took a sample from an asteroid 200 million miles away now has a plan to come back home.