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The physicist's posthumous book highlights his belief in the rationality of nature and on our ability to uncover its secrets and a faith in science's ability to solve humanity's biggest problems.
Ever look at the moon and say, "Yeah, I want a piece of that"? Well, an online auction house has one for sale.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield about Thursday's failed launch of a Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a U.S.-Russian crew to the International Space Station.
Rachel Martin talks to reporter Matthew Bodner, who's in Moscow, about crew members who were forced to abort the launch of a Soyuz rocket abandoning a mission to the International Space Station.
Astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin were on board when their Soyuz MS-10's booster malfunctioned. The two made it out safely.
NASA is celebrating an anniversary. The space agency officially opened its doors 60 years ago on Oct. 1, 1958.
A recent check determined that the rock that weighed more than 22 pounds was the sixth-largest meteorite found in Michigan, and could be worth as much as $1,000.00.
Scientists have detected plenty of planets outside our solar system. Now, they say, they've found the first moon circling one of them.
On Twitter, the craft echoed Alice in Wonderland, declaring, "And then I found myself in a place like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery and danger!
Astronomers have found a distant dwarf planet that appears to confirm the existence of Planet Nine, a giant planet lurking in the outer reaches of the solar system.
Holly Ridings, NASA's first-ever female chief flight director, weighs in on being a woman in the field with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro.
Two Japanese rovers touring an asteroid have sent photos and a video back home, which were published by the Japanese space agency Thursday.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with astrophysicist Adam Frank, who is attending a NASA conference in Houston that's exploring how to discover intelligent life beyond earth.