An asteroid measuring about three times the size of the Statue of Liberty will sail harmlessly by Earth on Sept. 22, the 2021 fall equinox.
Boeing engineers are still troubleshooting valve problems that thwarted a launch try this summer.
The first, and possibly only, trailer for Tom Hanks’ new movie entitled “Finch” has arrived and we get our first glimpse of a terrifying, post-apocalyptic Earth.
After the release of Stellina and Vespera, Vaonis will launch the most powerful automated telescope yet, Hyperia.
We sat down with a group of women in astrophotography, to get their top tips for capturing pictures of the night sky.
Building better worlds is not as easy as it seems.
Forty-five years after it made its public debut, NASA’s space shuttle Enterprise is being rolled out again, this time as a rollerball pen. Retro 51 announced its new Space Shuttle Enterprise Tornado.
About 4.5 billion years ago, the solar system was just a giant, spinning cloud of gas and dust. Today, it’s flat. Here’s how that happened.
There are two star patterns representing crowns that are visible in our current late-summer evening sky: Corona Borealis (the Northern Crown) and Corona Australis (the Southern Crown).
NASA is reorganizing its human spaceflight office, a move the agency believes will aid its push to put boots on the moon and Mars.
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