On this Day in History: On August 23, 1966, NASA's Lunar Orbiter 1 took the first photograph of Earth from the moon's distance.
Mars may be an alien planet, but it looks awfully familiar in a new 360-degree view from NASA's Curiosity rover.
The Osiris-Rex will set off in September to high-five and sample an asteroid while helping to figure out how to keep space rocks from slamming us in the future.
It's showtime for one of the best shooting star showers of the year and this year it's set to be a blockbuster.
New modeling looks at our neighbor's past and finds the planet surprisingly worthy of a visit.
Taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, more than a thousand high-res photos were released by NASA and shed new light on Martian territory.
A new camera developed by NASA allows scientists to record rocket propulsion tests in unprecedented detail.
The SOHO solar observatory happened to catch a sungrazing space snowball in its brave final moments.
Moon Express will send a lander to the moon in 2017. This is the first private space mission to go beyond the orbit of the Earth.
NASA's Cassini Saturn probe has taken a glorious, full-frontal image of ice moon Rhea.
Donald Trump might want to release a copy of his birth certificate after an alien enthusiast discovers a rendition of his face and famous hair in a Mars rock.
Watch as a flood of green light washes over the Earth and the space station in a lovely time-lapse video.
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