NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has phoned home after 63 days of silence, and all appears to be well with the little rotorcraft.
Saturn's famous rings shine bright in an incredible new photo by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, its first officially released shot of the gas giant.
Virgin Galactic flew its first-ever commercial mission today (June 29), sending a crew of four to suborbital space and back.
A robotic SpaceX Dragon capsule splashed down off the Florida coast today (June 30), bringing an end to its International Space Station cargo mission.
NASA's Perseverance rover has spied a big, donut-shaped rock on Mars. It might be a meteorite, scientists say.
United Launch Alliance has pushed back the debut launch of its new Vulcan Centaur rocket again, to make modifications to the vehicle's upper stage.
SpaceX lit the six engines of its latest Starship prototype on Monday evening (June 26), checking a key box ahead of the vehicle's upcoming test flight.
SpaceX has made more than 1,000 changes to the design of its giant Starship vehicle ahead of its next test flight, company founder and CEO Elon Musk said over the weekend.
Rocket Lab plans to recover the first stage of its Electron rocket after its next launch, a seven-satellite rideshare mission targeted for July 14.
The final liftoff of Europe's Ariane 5 rocket has been retargeted for July 4, three weeks later than originally planned.
Debris from the submersible that disappeared while on an expedition to the wreck of the Titanic on Sunday (June 18) has been found, and its five passengers are presumed dead.
SpaceX recently chilled and spun the engine pumps on Ship 25, the upper-stage prototype that will make the next Starship test flight.
A gamma-ray burst spotted near the core of an ancient galaxy was likely created by an odd demolition-derby-style collision of two stars or stellar remnants, a new study suggests.
Two Russian cosmonauts will perform a roughly seven-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station today (June 22), and you can watch the action live.
SpaceX launched another big batch of its Starlink internet satellites early Thursday morning (June 22) and landed the returning rocket on a ship at sea.
Engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama advised on the development of the missing submersible, which is named Titan.
United Launch Alliance's powerful Delta IV Heavy rocket flew for the second-to-last time early Thursday morning (June 22).
SpaceX launched a new Indonesian communications satellite into orbit from Florida on Sunday (June 18) and capped the flight with a flawless rocket landing at sea.
NASA's Juno spacecraft snapped a photo of a lightning strike high in the swirling clouds near Jupiter's north pole.
Virgin Galactic plans to launch its first commercial spaceflight on June 27, with the second following shortly thereafter in early August.
The final liftoff of Europe's Ariane 5 rocket, targeted for Friday (June 15), has been delayed due to "a risk to the redundancy of a critical function" on the vehicle.
Rocket Lab is gearing up to launch a mission from Virginia in the next few days, but you apparently won't be able to watch it live.
Two NASA astronauts will conduct a spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Thursday (June 15), and you can watch the excursion live.
SpaceX aims to launch the next test flight of its giant Starship rocket in six to eight weeks, Elon Musk said.
SpaceX launched 72 small satellites to orbit today (June 12) and landed the returning rocket back on Earth, marking the 200th such touchdown in the company's history.