Seven months after it lost contact with Earth, the Rosetta mission’s Philae lander hibernating on comet 67P has woken up and tweeted, “Hello Earth!”
Astronomers have a map of our galaxy’s overall spiral structure. But they’re still filling in blanks, for example, the number of the Milky Way’s spiral arms.
Here’s a collection of 10 unexpected, intriguing facts about the stars of our universe – including our sun – that you probably didn’t know!
As the New Horizons spacecraft speeds closer to its July flight through the Pluto system, we’re seeing an increasingly complex surface. Best views yet.
New research questions the claim that the universe is accelerating. But this new work isn’t as strong as some claim.
Scientists are having fun contemplating the spots along with the rest of us. NASA wants you to vote on what you think the spots might be.
NASA spacecraft discovered deposits of impact glass preserved in Martian craters, possibly preserving ancient signs of life.
An astronaut aboard the ISS prepares one of her favorite meals – quinoa salad with tomato, mackerel and leek cream in a warm tortilla. Here’s how it’s done in space.
One of the best videos created via spacecraft images ever! Created with Dawn spacecraft images, it takes you completely around the mysterious dwarf planet, Ceres.
See for yourself. NASA’s new Pluto Time website helps space fans replicate Pluto’s noontime light conditions from wherever you are in the world.