The cataclysmic history of a giant galaxy is on display in a new image that combines infrared and X-ray observations.
A Martian dust devil roughly 12 miles high (20 kilometers) was captured whirling its way along the Amazonis Planitia region of Northern Mars on March 14.
Supernova explosions and the jets of a monstrous black hole are scattering a galaxy's star-making gas like a cosmic leaf blower.
NASA has announced the 2012 Sagan Exoplanet Fellowships, a program designed to encourage new talent in the area of exoplanet research.
The last exhalations of a dying star can be seen in a new image from NASA's SOFIA telescope.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft successfully flies by Saturnian moons.
A stack of geological chapters in the history book of Mars has attracted NASA's big new rover and takes an informal name from a geologist with early Mars missions.
The act of two or more aircraft flying together in a disciplined, synchronized manner is one of the cornerstones of military aviation, as well as just about any organized air show.
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft, halfway to Mars, adjusted its flight path today for delivery of the one-ton rover Curiosity to the surface of Mars in August.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft will fly about 46 miles (74 kilometers) above the surface of the Saturnian moon Enceladus.
Premiering on New York's Times Square today to mark World Water Day: a new visualization of global groundwater depletion created using data from NASA's GRACE mission.
NASA's Webby Award-winning Global Climate Change website has introduced a new version of its "Eyes on the Earth" interactive virtual reality visualization.
One of two NASA spacecraft orbiting the moon has beamed back the first student-requested pictures of the lunar surface from its onboard camera.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has revealed unexpected details on the surface of the giant asteroid Vesta.
Student teams from California, Nevada, Brazil and Chile competed in the 21st annual Los Angeles regional FIRST competition this past weekend.
A free, new iPhone app from NASA literally puts the whole world in the palm of your hands.
Cassini mission managers have received confirmation that the plasma spectrometer instrument was successfully turned on.
Direct observations linking the tidal pull of Saturn to jets on Enceladus are among highlights of NASA's Cassini mission discussed at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.
A decade after launch, NASA's GRACE space twins continue their orbital waltz, producing amazing science.
The planned launch of NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) mission has been postponed after a March 15 launch status meeting.