The latest news on space
NASA has confirmed that the plume created by a lunar impact indicates the presence of water.
Efforts to extract the Mars rover from a sandpit will start next week, but success is uncertain.
Thunderstorms on the Brazilian horizon, as seen from the International Space Station.
Chemical footprint could guide astronomers to sun-like stars hosting planets
The Vatican hosted a conference which gathered to study the potential for extraterrestrial life.
New view of galactic core uses X-ray and infrared data from three orbiting observatories.
Although solar sail craft would accelerate slowly, they could, in theory, reach tremendous speeds.
Supercluster is bigger than first thought—and its inhabitants are all dead or dying.
Rather than be one massive structure, vehicles would run up a cable tethered to a mass in orbit.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft performs flyby of Saturn's moon, Enceladus.