A new paper puts together data from a variety of sources on almost 56,000 galaxies which calls into question the accepted expansion rate of the universe.
After a weekend of back and forth, NASA finally made the decision to roll the Space Launch System rocket back into the VAB in the face of Hurricane Ian.
The final west coast ULA Delta 4 Heavy launch took off from Vandenberg SFB on September 24, carrying the classified NROL-91 satellite.
Earlier in September, NASA Wallops oversaw the launch, operations, and return of six atmospheric balloons from New Mexico, carrying a variety of instruments.
On Monday, September 26, in front of a global audience, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test successfully hit the tiny, 160-meter asteroid Dimorphos.
This week in space history, we look back at NASA’s Mars Observer, designed to be faster, better, and cheaper but failing to orbit the red planet.
Using China’s FAST radio dish, almost 2,000 fast radio bursts were discovered in spring 2021, and not all of them matched previous FRB objects.
Researchers followed the brightness of a gravitationally lensed galaxy for 14.5 year and found the time delay between the shortest and longest light paths.
An analysis of grains sampled from the asteroid Ryugu finds that the parent body likely formed about two million years after the formation of the solar system.
NASA’s Juno will make a close flyby of Jupiter moon Europa on Thursday, September 29, as part of the spacecraft’s 45th orbit of the gas giant.