Four exciting space documentaries will make their American debut on the Smithsonian Channel over the next two Sundays (March 25 and April 1). Together, the films tell humanity's story from the perspective of space.
A new NASA computer model identifies landslide hazards around the world in near real time, potentially allowing scientists and first responders to get a jump on these natural disasters, a new study reports.
"Pacific Rim: Uprising," which opens in U.S. theaters today (March 23), is a sequel that had many tools for succeeding, but uneven plot and weak action will frustrate viewers before the good stuff finally happens.
The new National Geographic documentary series "One Strange Rock," is the story of planet Earth, told by the people who have left it. The show's creators and the astronauts who participated in it say the series captures the interconnectedness of life.
NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold, together with Oleg Artemyev of the Russian federal space agency Roscosmos, docked their Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft to the International Space Station today (March 23) at 3:40 p.m. EDT (1940 GMT).
The Postmaster General will join tennis star Billie Jean King and veteran astronaut Ellen Ochoa to dedicate a U.S. postage stamp for the late Sally Ride, America's first woman in space. The ceremony will be held May 23.
On March 23, 1965, NASA launched the Gemini 3 mission, NASA's first crewed Gemini flight, with astronauts Gus Grissom and John Young aboard. See how the mission went in photos in this space history gallery.
A space harpoon test went off without a hitch in a lab of European aerospace company Airbus recently, suggesting that the technology could be on track to help clean up the ever-growing cloud of orbiting debris.