SpaceX hoped to have 60 custom communication satellites in orbit today, but instead, it has zero.

New research from the University of Warwick points out that some planets may survive and have a greater impact on the solar remnant that remains.

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) passed over the intended landing site on April 22, and the agency just released images of Beresheet’s final resting place.

The FCC began a new round of auctions earlier this year focusing on the upper microwave band, which could be valuable for delivering 5G mobile service.

MIT has found a way to detect breast cancer up to five years in advance using a deep-learning image classification model.

The Moon has long been thought to be the prototypical example of a dead world. That may be much less true than expected, given the recent discovery of “moonquakes” with matching scarp fault features on the lunar surface.

Mars is a natural target for colonization, but what would the first human residents of Mars do for shelter? They might live in 3D printed habitats like the ones demoed at NASA’s recent 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge.

A teenager in the UK was at death’s door following complications from a lung transplant, but a last-ditch effort using genetically engineered viruses has saved her life. Doctors say this is a watershed moment for the use of so-called bacteriophages in medicine.

A woman in Boynton Beach, FL has captured a rare positive lightning strike on camera. “Wow,” is pretty much all we can say, possibly followed by some expletives.

Astronomers have discovered an ancient Population II star with very little metal — but a specific spike in zinc that can only be explained by an asymmetrical supernova explosion.