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Get ready for NASA's demonstration of a planetary defense technique that could deflect a future asteroid on course to hit Earth.
Saturn continues to surprise as scientists comb through 13 years of Cassini data.
The road back to Uranus is paved with a complicated mix of science and politics.
There are only so many hours of telescope time available to unlock the secrets of the Universe.
NASA's Space Launch System rocket is sending the Orion crew capsule to the Moon and back.
Astronomer Jane Greaves presents new findings that could support of phosphine in the clouds of Venus.
Unlike Hubble, JWST was primarily designed to see the universe in infrared light, revealing ancient galaxies, peering through nebulae, and uncovering exoplanet atmospheres.
What can you see on the Moon tonight? This guide from The Planetary Society will help you identify some features.
NASA’s long-awaited, greatly anticipated observatory has blasted off on a mission to revolutionize our understanding of the cosmos.
The past year as seen through the eyes of space missions across the solar system.
An interview with Charlene Anderson, who served as editor of The Planetary Report from 1980 to 2012.
Exclusive Planetary Society materials to help space fans tell the world about NASA's upcoming mission to impact an asteroid.
The prestigious Washington, D.C. institution will display two models of LightSail 2, which is continuing to demonstrate flight by light in Earth orbit.
Almost 30 months after liftoff, the mission continues to help prepare for the next generation of solar sail missions.
Theoretical work in SETI, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, is dominated by two key concepts: the Fermi paradox and the Drake equation.
This November, NASA will launch the world’s first mission to test a method of deflecting an asteroid.
NASA picked SpaceX's Starship to land humans on the Moon as part of the agency's Artemis program. The decision will help humans land on Mars.
All the best moments so far from NASA's Perseverance rover, all in one place.
NEA Scout will visit a near-Earth asteroid and Solar Cruiser will test the largest solar sail yet.
There's still time to get outside and see Jupiter and Saturn together in the evening sky.