An image of two young orbiting stars captured by the James Webb Space Telescope has attracted space enthusiasts and punctuation aficionados alike.
The image of the Sun with a smile suggested by dark patches on its surface drew analogies to everything from the Marshmallow Man to Teletubbies.
We may be but a speck of dust in this vast universe, but we’ve got jokes.
NASA has released photographs taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, some capturing the ancient universe dating back 13 billion years.
Probably not, but it sure looks like one.
This is possibly the most excited the scientific community has ever been about dust.
A new unusual image reveals what scientists believe are two galaxies that may have been struck by a third galaxy, proving threesomes rarely work, even in outer space.
The images may be beautiful but they depict a natural world that is quickly being transformed by climate change.
NASA is launching an idea challenge for a compact radiation shield that would protect spacecraft and the astronauts within.
The agency recently launched a new online database of files documenting its history, from space missions to in-house experiments.
The Moon 1968-1972, an attractive new book containing photos from NASA’s Apollo Program, which 47 years ago landed the first men on the moon, evokes the rich mixture of emotion, yearning and speculation that have long surrounded Earth’s mysterious companion and neighbor.
This September, NASA is launching its Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer spacecraft on a return journey to the Bennu asteroid, and is inviting the public to send space-inspired art along for the galactic ride.