Jupiter's massive gravitational force has made it both a wrecking ball and a protector of Earth.
Despite concerns that the surface of Bennu might be too rocky, the probe’s touchdown produced a dramatic shower of debris, opening the way for future insights into the mysteries of our solar system.
OSIRIS-REx will have just three chances to touch down and snag a sample of the asteroid Bennu as it zooms through space some 204 million miles from Earth.
You've been selected to be the lead scientist for the NOVA Space Center’s Galactic Resettlement team, with the job of finding suitable exoplanets for displaced aliens desperately seeking new homes. Are you up to the challenge?
Could this mean there's life in our planetary neighbor's clouds?
Spacecraft OSIRIS-REx attempts to grab a piece of an asteroid to bring it back to Earth.
High-resolution images from NASA’s Dawn Orbiter suggest our solar system’s largest asteroid may have an ancient underground ocean, but some scientists are skeptical.
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