Juno captures images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, a massive iceberg breaks off Antarctica, more evidence emerges for Planet Nine and extremophiles outlive humans in Space.com’s top stories for the week.
What would it be like for a bunch of “Star Trek” fans to become crew members on the Starship Enterprise? Mind-blowing, according to many of the cast members of the upcoming series “Star Trek: Discovery.”
Find out what happened on July 23, 1999, when the space shuttle Columbia launched into orbit and deployed the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
See photos of awesome cosplayers and science fiction fans with these stunning costumes from Comic Con 2017 in San Diego.
The coast-to-coast total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 will be memorable for children and adults alike, and a new website will help kids get interested in the big event and view it safely.
In a new video from NASA, those of us who have never been to space get a glimpse of what an aurora looks like from the International Space Station — and it is stunning.
A new video from the European Space Agency provides step-by-step instructions for how to modify an inexpensive webcam so that it sees infrared light.
A new animated video from the European Space Agency shows how the stars in Earth’s galaxy have moved over the last million years — and tracks the movement of six special stars that are speeding through the Milky Way.
Among the reveals Saturday at the Star Trek: Discovery panel at San Diego Comic-Con is that lead character Micheal Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) is the biological daughter of Spock’s mother Amanda , and Spock’s father Sarek is her surrogate father.
On the heels of Moon Day watchmaker Omega has produced a short documentary called “Starmen,”featuring one of the first men on the moon, Buzz Aldrin, and actor George Clooney. It’s worth a watch, with or without popcorn!