Exploring the relationship between planets’ magnetospheres and solar winds could ultimately help identify habitable exoplanets.
In the 1970s, a small group of astronomers used the first prototype of the Concorde to pursue a total eclipse across the Sahara at twice the speed of sound.
Next week's total solar eclipse will give NASA a rare peak at the Sun's atmosphere.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) rings in its sixth year in space with a gorgeous, high res timelapse.
The Event Horizon Telescope starts earning its keep.
And it's still warning us about Earth-bound coronal mass ejections.
MAVEN gathers data on Mars's atmosphere that could reveal more habitable times on the Red Planet.
Our Sun can and will produce some epic technology-destroying solar flares, but we'll probably keep our atmosphere.
Things are heating up for everyone's favourite comet.
Enjoy today’s leap second, it could be one of our last.