If you’ve ever wanted to essentially do a pinch and zoom on a tiny sliver of Mars, your wishes have been answered.
With NASA dealing with all those draconian budget cuts, private spacefarers like SpaceX have stepped in to fill the void — but that doesn’t mean they have it all figured out just yet.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to explaining the insane harshness of an alien world, they can tell one heck of a story.
Well, this is interesting. Apparently Russian cosmonauts have found life on the outside of the International Space Station (ISS), clinging to the structure in the deadly vacuum of space.
Yes, stealing is bad. But if you’re going to steal something, you might as well make it something really, really cool.
Welcome to the alternate future, in which the Soviet Union beat the U.S. to the moon and set up this insanely retro sci-fi lunar colony. It's glorious.
The astronauts who call the International Space Station home are about to get some company, although it might not be the animal pals they were hoping for.
It’s no easy task to pilot a 1-ton rover more than 35 million miles from Earth, and it gets even tougher when you stumble into a slippery sand trap.
We’ve only been scratching the surface of what’s out there in space — but now, scientists think they've finally scratched a little deeper.
The New Horizon is still a year away from its arrival at Pluto, but the NASA probe is already sending back some footage and pictures from the distant non-planet.