The aim of China's Chang'e 5 mission is to return samples of lunar soil to Earth by the end of 2020.
An object set to pass near Earth next month may in fact be a relic of the early Space Age.
The iconic Arecibo telescope, damaged by two cable failures within three months, is beyond repair.
The already tentative detection of phosphine is under heavy scrutiny from the scientific community. A problem with the ALMA data hasn't helped.
A crew of four is headed to the International Space Station, on Crew Dragon’s first operational launch, Crew One.
Astronomers have reconstructed the Milky Way's merger history, finding that our galaxy has absorbed five large satellite galaxies in the last 12 billion years.
Gravitational-wave scientists have unveiled their latest catalog of events, revealing a surprising number of massive black holes.
A new, full analysis of Kepler data finds at least 300 million Earth-size planets in the habitable zone around Sun-like stars in our galaxy.
In-depth analysis of a flash of radio waves coming from a Milky Way magnetar have convinced astronomers: Magnetars produce at least some fast radio bursts.
Street lights contribute to light pollution, but they are far from the only culprits — and fixing street lights is far from the only solution.