The last photos NASA's Cassini spacecraft ever took were of its own grave.
As the rain continues today (Aug. 29), NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston is bracing for more flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey.
For the second time in 18 months, Alaska Airlines maneuvered a B737-900 aircraft into the path of a total solar eclipse, thrilling some 100 enthusiastic eclipse watchers and reporters who were along for the ride.
If you'd been riding aboard NASA's Juno probe when it zoomed over Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot earlier this month, this is what you would have seen.
A growing number of researchers think that the sun is actually larger than commonly thought.
Coronal holes on the Sun and space junk can be "long-lived" when sunspot activity drops to the low point of the 11-year solar cycle.
A NASA sounding rocket launched early this morning and lit up the skies over the U.S. East Coast with colorful clouds, ringing in an early July Fourth celebration.
Public libraries across the United States will distribute 2 million pairs of eclipse glasses to skywatchers for the total solar eclipse that will sweep over the country on Aug. 21, 2017.