The helicopter performed a short hop to help the team better understand why its previous flight was interrupted.
Data sent by the spacecraft before it retired last December has provided new details about how fast the planet rotates and how much it wobbles.
The glittering, glitzy contents of the globular cluster NGC 6652 sparkle in this star-studded image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
NASA has awarded Nancy Grace Roman Technology Fellowships (RTF) to three early-career researchers in astrophysics for the class of 2022. The program will support the advancement of their ideas for new technologies to further the exploration of the universe.
In a case study, scientists detected the costly infection in cabernet sauvignon grapevines before they showed symptoms visible to the human eye.
The agency’s Cold Atom Lab is getting its second major upgrade and will be using it to explore the quantum realm.
A new image of the galaxy cluster known as “El Gordo” is revealing distant and dusty objects never seen before, and providing a bounty of fresh science. The infrared image, taken by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, displays a variety of unusual, distorted background galaxies that were only hinted... Read More
Solar System, Citizen Science
NASA needs your help spotting changes on the surface of Earth's nearest neighbor – the Moon! Join MoonDiff, our newest volunteer science project, and help scientists learn about the Moon’s dynamic surface.
The telescope took a picture of a glittering field of stars, indicating that it is doing well after a million-mile journey from Earth.
Planes, trains, automobiles… and spacecraft! While all four of these transportation innovations rely on fuel for power, another key component is thermal management. Without controlling the distribution and flow of heat inside a system, such as the International Space Station and other commercial... Read More
The tranquil spiral galaxy UGC 12295 basks leisurely in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
A young planet whirling around a petulant red dwarf star is changing in unpredictable ways orbit-by-orbit.
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured the “antics” of a pair of actively forming young stars, known as Herbig-Haro 46/47, in high-resolution near-infrared light.
Want to do your own radio astronomy? NASA’s Radio JOVE citizen science project wants your help studying the Sun. Join the project and use your own radio telescope to make coordinated observations of the Sun for the 2023 and 2024 solar eclipses over the Americas!