NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has phoned home after 63 days of silence, and all appears to be well with the little rotorcraft.
The July full moon, also known as the Full Buck Moon, occurs on the morning of July 3 at 7:39 a.m. ET (1139 GMT).
Fifty years ago, on Saturday, June 30, 1973, one of the longest total eclipses of the sun in modern times took place.
The Euclid spacecraft, which aims to shed light on dark matter and dark energy, is ready to lift off atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Saturday (July 1).
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.
The James Webb Space Telescope spotted the carbon molecule methyl cation in a planet-forming disk around a red dwarf star.
Summer 2023 is supermoon season! On Monday, July 3, the Buck Full Moon rises, beginning a series of four supermoons lasting through September.
A new "Dune" trailer offers a look at the concluding installment of Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of the Frank Herbert's epic novel arriving November 3.
The ethereal aurora-like light show could become a more common sight over the next few years as the sun's activity continues to ramp up.
Observations of a distant stellar nursery show it as a smiling cosmic cat with a head so massive it stretches for 150 light-years with a cluster of infants stars below its nose.
Indiana Jones changes the course of space history in his final big screen adventure. The archeologist crosses paths with four of NASA's most famous figures in "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny."
Fall Out Boy has released an update to Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire," ticking off moments in history from 1989 to 2023. Like the original, the cover includes mention of space exploration.
A massive sunspot is crossing the face of the sun, but if you aim to catch it before it disappears on Sunday (July 2), ensure you protect your eyes.
Europe's Euclid telescope is heading to space to prove whether hypothetical dark energy and dark matter really exist. The mission's findings may rewrite cosmology textbooks.
Smoke from record-breaking wildfires in Canada has drifted across the Atlantic Ocean in the last week of June, reaching as far as Siberia and Afghanistan.
Mars and Venus will be close together in the night sky on June 30, while Neptune will reverse course through the constellations in the early morning of July 1.
Asteroid Day is an annual celebration of asteroid science, and a reminder of how important it is to study these potentially dangerous objects. Here's how you can celebrate this year.
Smoke from raging Canadian wildfires can be seen from space as it gathers over the U.S. Midwest and darkens skies in Europe over Spain, Portugal and the U.K.
Astronomers have detected high-energy neutrinos coming from within our Milky Way galaxy, potentially opening up an exciting new window of research.