Astronomers have discovered an odd lonely planet floating in the cosmos without a star to orbit.
Even better, the gear will be arriving just in time for a drunken holiday party in spaaace.
The Juno spacecraft is over halfway to Jupiter. It makes perfect sense, then, that it'll be flying past Earth today, just 350 miles up.
There are somehow three separate space-related reality television shows currently being prepped for production.
Scientists will find out when they send a new probe into the Sun’s atmosphere, just four million miles from its surface.
Swiss Space Systems plans to launch the Clean Space One satellite to clean up some space junk in 2018.
Asteroids may have seeded Earth with life, and a new theory explores how that could have happened.
Grabbing one of these little suckers might be a whole lot cheaper than NASA had thought.
Mars Curiosity rover analyzes its first sample of Martian soil and finds water, proving that water exists on the red planet.
Smarter people than us are pretty sure that nobody understands quantum mechanics, but this video might help a little bit.