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Easter falls on the first Sunday following the "Worm Moon."
Curiosity has been busy since landing on the Red Planet on Aug. 5, 2012.
Scientists have been stumped on how baby stars can get so big.
NASA's Super Guppy Transport plane ferried a pair of retired supersonic jets to Texas last week.
A "Star Trek" spoof funded by taxpayer dollars upsets William Shatner.
This amazing space wallpaper from ESO’s Very Large Telescope at the Paranal Observatory in Chile shows NGC 1637, a spiral galaxy located about 35 million light-years away in the constellation of Eridanus (The River).
An exhibit at a gallery in Brooklyn is showing off some amazing photography done by one man on his driveway in Connecticut.
Expert astrophotographer Robert Gendler shares his pictures of the cosmos with SPACE.com.
A display of a turbojet engine is shown during investigation at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory of NACA.
Is our galaxy filled with life? Or is Earth a beautiful, lonely aberration? Astronomers are rapidly discovering planets orbiting other stars. Will any be worth exploring up close? Could humans – or whatever we become – live there someday?
See photos of the Soyuz rocket launching NASA and Russian astronauts to the International Space Station in a single day on March 28, 2013.
Photographer VegaStar Carpentier captured this dazzling view of the moon and Jupiter on March 17, 2013.
Chondrules, one of the solar system's first solids, heated up in regions far away from the sun, scientists think.
A sky full of commercial unmanned aircraft is not far off.
Artifacts from the early years of NASA's space program were sold yesterday (March 25).
It's not all peanut butter and honey sandwiches at the International Space Station for astronaut Chris Hadfield.
A new class of supernova represents a miniature star explosion.
Are you a star at star trivia?
Ed Mitchell's experience aboard Apollo 14 launched his exploration of the nature of human consciousness.
Stuart Roosa's skills were put to the test when a docking mechanism didn't work.