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A photographer recorded Saturn 'touching' the moon with his smartphone, and the pictures are stunning


NASA's 4-year twin experiment gets us closer to Mars than ever before


NASA's administrator lavishly praised an influential Evangelical ministry during its $10,000-a-table fundraiser. Some experts say his speech violated the Constitution.



Here's why NASA spacesuits are white


Meet the only NASA astronaut to climb Mount Everest


Watch SpaceX launch and land Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful rocket



SpaceX successfully launched Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful operational rocket, on its first paid mission


Israel's first mission to the moon fails at the last minute, crashes into the lunar surface


Scientists just released the first-ever photograph of a black hole. Some people think it looks like a 'smudge on the lens.'


Here's how astronomers took the first image of a black hole that's located 55 million light years away


The first-ever picture of a black hole is fuzzy. These incredible illustrations help explain what it shows.


The first 'groundbreaking' pictures of a black hole may be unveiled on Wednesday. Here's what scientists think those images will look like.



Israeli scientists tried to pull off the first private moon landing, but the robotic probe failed and crashed into the lunar surface


Humans are about to see the first-ever photo of a 'supermassive' black hole. Here's what we hope to discover.


8 of the surviving Apollo astronauts got together for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, and Buzz Aldrin's outfit stole the show


'All systems green': SpaceX fired up its Mars spaceship prototype for the first time, rattling homes for miles around



The US defence contractor building the F-35 says it has bottled the smell of space for a weird new fragrance


How NASA paints its vehicles for space


Mysterious space objects like 'Oumuamua will visit our solar system again. Scientists may intercept the next one with a robotic probe.


India's anti-satellite missile test may have created 6,500 pieces of space junk larger than a pencil eraser, according to a new simulation