Future scans of the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanets' atmospheres could reveal if any possess life.
There's a powerful gamma-ray signal blasting from the massive galaxy's core, possibly revealing a compact region filled with annihiating dark matter particles.
At 1 p.m. ET, "new findings" about planets orbiting other stars, so-called "exoplanets," will be revealed.
A potential engine issue has prompted the space agency to cancel plans to put the spacecraft into 14-day orbit, though mission goals can still be met with its current 53-day orbit.
NASA's first orbital spaceflight 55 years ago asked big questions about the unknowns of human spaceflight — many of which we're still asking today.
Unlike any booster NASA has flown, the Falcon 9's first stage then returned around and landed itself back on the ground.
Originally built for NASA's moon missions, Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A is now the new home for SpaceX's Falcon rockets.
The unassuming 3D-printed gravity meter was commissioned by a private citizen and manufactured aboard the ISS, and represents a significant step forward in space exploration.
So-called "recurring slope lineae" are a tantalizing feature on the slopes of Mars, but how do we go about exploring their potential life-giving qualities without contaminating them with our robots?