Originally scheduled for March 16, the third SpaceX International Space Station resupply mission was delayed until March 30. The Falcon 9 rocket and the Dragon spacecraft are delayed again, and won’t be sent to the ISS until April 14.
Last week, the closest star to Earth emitted an M-class solar flares into the depths of space. This spectacular event was captured by NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory.
The Apollo 12 mission was launched on November 14, 1969 with three crewmembers to complete a number of objectives. Next week, NASA plans to auction off artifacts from the fourth lunar mission of the Apollo program.
Get ready, stargazers; you're in for a treat this April. In just one week, a total lunar eclipse will turn the moon an eerie shade of red. Known as the "blood moon," this event won't happen again for quite some time.
A distant massive galaxy cluster 'El Gordo' lives upto its nick name as new calculation reveal that the cluster is three million billion times the mass of our Sun.
Under the European Union’s new multi-billion-euro Earth-observation program, the European Space Agency launched its first rocket last night, the Sentinel-1A satellite, from French Guiana.
A Norwegian skydiver narrowly missed being hit by a space rock that hurtled towards the Earth and grabbed the event to capture the first ever incredible footage of a meteorite travelling through the air after it has stopped burning.
Europe on Thursday launched the first satellite of its multibillion-euro Copernicus Earth observation project that will supply valuable images in the event of natural disasters or even a plane crash.
Known as one of the most ambitious space missions, the Cassini orbiter reached Saturn in 2004 and began orbiting the ringed planet and its many moons. After nearly ten years of exploring, Cassini discovered a sea under ice on the moon Enceladus.
Due to Russia’s handling of the crisis in Ukraine, NASA decided to sever ties with them until further notice. However, activities related to the International Space Station are exempt since there’s currently an ongoing mission.
Scientists studying the lunar mineral apatite may have overestimated the amount of water present in the moon, according to a new finding.
In the last few weeks there has been an uptick in solar activity as the Sun has again unleashed a significant X-class solar flare into the vast space. Researchers assume that this solar flare was accompanied with a strong coronal mass ejection (CME), NASA announced.