Space exploration is a grand adventure. Its mystery has always captivated us and the inevitable discoveries to come will add to the many cosmological insig
Cmdr. Chris Hadfield is making a video guide of life on the ISS, from crying to getting a haircut.
Body of 'dead alien' is found in frozen wastes of Siberia after claims of UFO hurtling to Earth... but is it an elaborate hoax?
This Tron-esque glowing blue ring isn't the latest designer lamp. In fact, it's NASA's cutting-edge solar-electric propulsion thruster, being tested in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn about everything in between.
Drop whatever you're doing and watch this. NASA has released videos shot from onboard the Space Shuttle's Solid Rocket Boosters in the past, but you've never seen one prepared as masterfully as this.
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Southern Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano, south of Mexico City, was being recorded May 30 and footage shows what looks like a UFO veering right into the crater
The road to the front gate is long and dusty, but good enough to travel at the rated speed (45 MPH) most of its length. This view is from route 375 looking down Groom Road. The puffs of smoke are the dust trails from vehicles going down the road. ...
Find out why people who love birthday parties should move to Mercury.
We recently saw the time-lapse version of the Curiosity rover's descent — now gaze upon the landing photographs seamlessly stitched together. Boy howdy, will you want to watch this at full screen at the highest resolution.
Here's what most astronauts will never tell you.
A slow news week perhaps for New Media Rockstars, who "In honor of World UFO Day" have had their "UFO Facts Research Division" scour their files "(given to us courtesy of the NSA) to determine what is indisputable proof that we are not alone in the.....
In an otherworldly video captured by NASA's Curiosity rover, one of Mars' two tiny moons climbs high into the Red Planet's sky.
Traveling at 38,000 mph, the spacecraft Voyager I is exploring the farthest reaches of the solar system, 11 billion miles out, sending weak signals with a powerful impact on our knowledge of the heliosphere.