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NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory is suffering from the same hardware failure that took Hubble out last weekend.
The shadow of the Earth will eclipse the moon and turn it blood red on January 21, 2019.
It's like painting a car, if the car was going into space.
Inside "ballistic mode," the scariest capsule ride down to Earth.
NASA's Administrator Jim Bridenstine is in Russia this week, and possible talks with Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin could determine the future of the planned lunar space station program.
The nearly 30-year-old telescope is rapidly nearing its end of life.
The last thing a future mission to the moon needs is a 50 foot jut of ice.
It's picking up readings similar to Voyager 1 when it made the leap.
A major milestone for green flights.
Using the Gaia satellite, a group of researchers found several stars in our own galaxy that likely came from another.
The lander will pair with the upcoming NASA lunar station to be built next decade.
If confirmed, this strong candidate would open up new vistas in astronomy.
This Halloween-themed dwarf planet provides more evidence that there might be a Neptune-sized planet hiding out there too.
The Mars Global Simulant-1 will help scientists around the globe standardize their Mars studies.
There is intense debate over how closely drone and model aircraft enthusiasts should be regulated.
All passengers and crew members survived though some were seriously injured.
An engine under development by Jeff Bezos' rocket company will power the upcoming Vulcan rocket's first stage.
Originally meant as asteroid defense, a plasma system could find a new purpose.