Or is it a meteoroid? Depends who you ask.
From the development of the Alberta oil sands to the desertion of Chernobyl, our satellites have been watching.
Even Taylor Swift wants to get in on the ground floor of this CubeSat.
Research presented at the Radiological Society of North America meeting this week fits with previously-held hypotheses.
Trump's senior space advisor considers climate change to be "politically correct environmental monitoring."
Flavors include "ginger vanilla" and "barbeque nut."
Why Mercury may have lost nine miles off its waistline over the last four billion years.
Spacecraft fires are one of the most dangerous situations an astronaut can face. With Saffire, NASA hopes to better understand them.
‘Adrift’ aims to raise awareness about the dangers of space debris by allowing you to watch, listen and adopt the junk in orbit.
NASA and NOAA launched a new advanced weather satellite that will be a game changer for weather forecasts.