Although we've seen signs that liquid water may exist on Mars, and even be flowing across its surface, getting proof isn't going to be easy.
40 years ago this week, we abandoned our very first space station.
NASA’s Kepler spacecraft is back in commission, and has spotted its first exoplanet since nearly succumbing to a pointing malfunction.
You're looking at a picture of the Earth, and the Moon, from the surface of Mars. Feel insignificant yet?
New research reveals that Alpha Centauri B, the closest star system to our own, has significant potential for harboring photosynthetic alien life.
Forty years ago yesterday, Mariner 10 sent back the first ever detailed pictures of Venus.
As far as these isolated people and their robot companions are concerned, all our fears of a robot uprising are completely unfounded.
A new laboratory for studying quantum physics on the International Space Station will reach temperatures so low that it will become the coldest place in the known Universe.
Trust us, you might have watched the live stream free fall drop on YouTube in 2012, but you haven't seen it from GoPro angles. Extreme can't even describe this footage.
Russian space farmers grew peas, wheat, and leafy greens in the inky blackness of space. And it looks delicious.