If this trailer is any indication, Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" starring Matthew McConaughey is going to be phenomenal.
Let's just say that the composers of '50s-era sci-fi soundtracks weren't all that wide of the mark.
Data from NASA's Voyager 1 probe indicates the spacecraft has moved into an unexpected region of the outer solar system, possibly the last hurdle before crossing into interstellar space.
The defense research agency, in conjunction with NASA, has put out a request for information for a project it hopes could result in a starship capable of long-distance space travel.
NASA is asking the science world for help solving some of the fundamental challenges to creating a gas station in space.
After traveling for 37 years, Voyager I is recording pulses from the sun that confirm it has entered a different region near the edge of the solar system called interstellar space.
One year after Apple's first computer debuted, Voyager lifted off. Now, scientists eagerly await the big moment when it crosses into interstellar space.
Astronomers have long searched for life on other planets. But what happens when we find it? This e-book lays the groundwork.
To honor the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing, a singer adds sounds of Neil Armstrong's heart, plus "sounds of Venus" recorded by Voyager, to a John Lennon song.
The spacecraft, launched 36 years ago, has become the first human-made object to exit our solar system.