Astronauts have found ways to sneak items into space over the past 50 years. Here are some examples. Dirt from a Pitcher’s Mound New York Yankees fan Garrett Reisman took dirt from the pitcher’s mound at Yankee Stadium during
Ready to have your mind blown? The photo above is one of the deepest views into space possible. The famed Hubble telescope recently took these shots of galaxy cluster Abell S1063, showing the very furthest
Talk about out of this world! In an effort to become the world’s first commercial spaceline, Virgin Galactic launched a successful test flight of its space plane, VSS Unity, this week. The space plane is designed to carry
The Hubble Space Telescope has been in orbit for nearly 30 years, but it’s still producing incredible images. Most recently, the image above was released showing a pair of barred spiral galaxies in the process of merging.
Still blown away by last summer’s total solar eclipse? Catch the moon’s version during the total lunar eclipse in the early hours on Wednesday morning (Jan. 31). This spectacular lunar event, called a Super Blue