Many astronomical observations depend on radio and infrared signals
Debris ejected after DART's impact pushed asteroid Dimorphos even farther
Clocks run faster on the Moon
Leaving a trail of stars and excited gas after its passage
Forward-looking: Using less power than an ordinary household appliance, a team of scientists was able to capture the highest resolution images of the Moon ever. Soon, researchers will have unprecedented and very powerful tools to probe the cosmos - and catch a potentially planet-killing asteroid before it strikes Earth.
Ring orbits beyond Quaoar's Roche Limit but hasn't formed a moon
This type of ice might occur naturally on moons orbiting Neptune and Jupiter due to intense gravitational tides
Doug Hurley and Robert Behnken were the first commercial crew to dock with the ISS
Reactor would use shielded uranium and natural nuclear decay
That was close! An asteroid approximately the size of a large SUV or bigger swung around the Earth Thursday evening missing us by just over 2,000 miles. NASA said that it was one of the closest flybys of a near-Earth object in recorded history.
Subsequent flights will enter deep space to study and eventually mine a nearby space rock
For shorter and safer journeys to Mars, we need to go nuclear
More than 500 UAP reports have been cataloged
LHS 475 b is located 41 light-years away in the constellation Octans
What just happened? The UK's first-ever orbital launch attempt took place last night, but the occasion will likely be remembered for all the wrong reasons after the satellite mission failed to reach orbit due to an undisclosed "anomaly." A disappointing end to what had been hailed as a new space era for the country.
Located 218 light-years from Earth
The final (commercial) frontier: A new space infrastructure startup called "ThinkOrbital" wants to boldly go where no manufacturing corporation has gone before --- low-Earth orbit. It aims to construct a space station for manufacturing various commercial products. It says the platform can also recycle space junk.
Look out, moon. Here comes humanity
The first crewed Artemis mission is scheduled for 2024
Reducing risk to maximize longevity
It's a bird... it's a plane... no, it's a giant communications satellite.
The camera will capture 20 terabytes of data every night for 10 years
NASA points Webb at the Pillars of Creation