SpaceX and NASA are, once again, gearing up to try to make history by launching two astronauts into Earth's orbit.
With thunder and possibly tornadoes threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts have climbed aboard a SpaceX rocket ship for liftoff on a history-making flight to the International Space Station.
It will mark the first time in history that a commercial aerospace company has carried humans into Earth's orbit. NASA and space fans have waited nearly a decade for this milestone, which will usher in the return of human spaceflight to US soil.
Just when you thought 2020 could not get any worse. Now we have giant "murder hornets" with freakish eyes and a venomous sting to add to this year's long list of worries.
The first meteor shower of spring, known as the Lyrid meteor shower, will present a night skywatching show beginning on Sunday evening and peaking on Wednesday night.
Here's what happened aboard the Apollo 13 on April 13, 50 years ago, according to newly released interviews with the NASA astronauts.
Tuesday night's supermoon - the "Pink Moon" -- is expected to be the biggest and brightest of 2020.
A supermoon heralding spring will light up the sky Sunday and Monday. The true full moon occurs Monday, but it will appear full for three days from early Sunday until early Wednesday, according to NASA.
SpaceX successfully launched another load of station supplies for NASA late Friday night and nailed its 50th rocket landing.
A record-breaking explosion created by a black hole 390 million light-years away has been discovered by astronomers.
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