Something amazing every day.
  1. On This Day in Space! Dec. 12, 1967: Pioneer 8 Launches on Mission to Study the Sun
    On Dec. 12, 1967, NASA launched the Pioneer 8 spacecraft on a mission to study the sun. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series!
  2. NASA's OSIRIS-REx Prepares for New Year's Eve Date with Asteroid Bennu
    2018 has been quite a year for spaceflight, but it's not over yet, and the OSIRIS-REx mission has one more major task to accomplish before the ball drops: slipping into orbit around the near-Earth asteroid Bennu.
  3. NASA's New Mars Lander Takes 1st Selfie, Scopes Out Workspace
    NASA's InSight lander has snapped its first selfie on the Red Planet and photographed the patch of Martian ground that will serve as the mission's primary workspace.
  4. Corporate Power and Greed Reign Supreme in 'Mars' Episode 5
    Yesterday (Dec. 10), National Geographic's "Mars" Season 2 returned with a heart-pounding fifth episode.
  5. Scientists Visualize the Sun's Mysteries Using 400 Years of Solar Observations
    In an effort to better grasp the sun's past, present and future, Colombian and Spanish researchers made visualizations that meld the last 400 years of recorded solar observations.
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