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NASA recorded a black hole’s song, and you can listen to it
NASA scientists have been capturing sounds across the universe, from the screams of black holes to the gassy outbursts of distant stars.
After two failed attempts, Boeing’s Starliner will try again this week to reach the ISS
Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft has yet to make it to the International Space Station, but experts are optimistic about the third test flight.
Don’t miss this weekend’s total lunar eclipse
The 'super flower blood moon' will go on for hours.
We now have proof that plants can grow in moon dirt
In a first-of-a-kind experiment, researchers successfully germinated seeds in lunar soil from the Apollo missions.
Gaze upon the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy
It's the first picture of Sagittarius A*, the Milky Way's central black hole.
With the arrival of Africa’s next radio telescope, Namibia sees a new dawn in astronomy
The upcoming addition to the Event Horizon Telescope network will unlock cosmic secrets—and new doors for the next generation of Southern African astronomers.
Why NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter briefly went dark on Mars
A power hiccup with the Mars helicopter might signal future struggles.
Take a peek at how Amazon is prepping Alexa for space
A short documentary reveals more about the project to install voice-recognition tech on the uncrewed Artemis 1 mission this summer.
NASA’s 747 space observatory is reaching the end of its flight plan
The story behind a unique flying observatory—and why it's being retired.
The James Webb Space Telescope is almost ready to start blowing our minds
We're just weeks away from getting official scientific data from the space telescope as final equipment tests wrap up.