The ancient Lyrid meteors have never failed to amaze us.
The rover took the shot, but never had the chance to send it back to earth.
It's not all glamour and spacewalks, but it is rewarding.
NOAA's GOES-17 satellite is ready for action.
Happy birthday to the best space telescope ever! Love, PopSci.
In the December 1980 issue of Popular Science, a 38-year-old theoretical physicist answers the ultimate question about the universe.
Even partial eclipses can be exciting.
Just a pale blue dot.
A gallery of photos, visualizations, and other pictures of outer space.
An amazing video shows you how, and David Bowie is there (for some amazing reason)
See peak Perseids August 11-12
Juno will zoom in on Jupiter on July 4th
Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble
Scott Kelly's got some competition
It's the final countdown
To Instagram and beyond
Meet the pioneer of what might become balloon-based space tourism
New Horizons scientist Leslie Young discusses what to expect from the flyby on Tuesday, and the 28-year wait leading up to it
A look back at the spacecraft's greatest discoveries
Time to step up your Twitter game, Earthlings.