The irregular dance done by electrons can cause magnetic reconnection and events like auroras.
NASA finished up sea ice and glacier mapping in early May, and it was one of its best years for data collection.
One of NASA's cameras caught flashes happening on Earth from water in the atmosphere.
NASA conducted its 200th spacewalk Friday, take a look at some photos from past walks.
Researchers may have found a way to simulate and predict solar storms.
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower will be on full display early Saturday.
This giant wave is billions of years old and still going in the Perseus galaxy cluster.
NASA is trying to find out how much greenhouse gas the mid-Atlantic can absorb to map out future climate change.
The Dawn spacecraft observing Ceres lost the function of one of its reaction wheels.
The Google Doodle today honors the Cassini spacecraft's grand finale.
President Donald Trump and daughter Ivanka will make a video call to NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson on the International Space Station.
NASA is going to broadcast a "pads-eye view" of Tuesday's launch.
Some think the only way for humans to survive in space is to genetically modify them.
Nearing the anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission, NASA Capt. Jim Lovell reflects on the historic trip to space.
NASA announced its blockbuster new discovery about Enceladus on Thursday.
Exo-planets with two suns may be able to host life, much like 'Tatooine' in Star Wars.
In 1970 on April 11, the Apollo 13 mission took off for space, unaware of the dangers to come.
NASA will preview the final months of the Cassini spacecraft and its Saturn mission in a news conference.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has spent two decades traveling to and studying Saturn, soon it will burn up in the planet's atmosphere.
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft just hit a big milestone on its trip to deep space.
NASA Expedition 50 members, Shane Kimbrough and Peggy Whitson, are doing a spacewalk Thursday morning on the International Space Station.
NASA's Image and Video Library is full of thousands of stunning images of space.
In the winds rushing away from a supermassive black hole are all the right ingredients for new stars to be born.
NASA's climate change time machine shows how sea ice, CO2, temperature and sea level rise have changed over time due to climate change.
Low levels of sea ice in the Arctic break another record, according to NASA.
The new NASA laser communication system is expected to begin in 2019.
President Trump signed the NASA Authorization Act on Tuesday, but SpaceX founder Elon Musk doesn't believe the bill will do much for the future of space exploration, including trips to Mars.
There’s a lot of garbage flying around the Earth, and that space debris is traveling 10 times faster than a bullet.
The new atomic clock allows for "one-way" tracking and travel.
This cute little robot can squeeze into tight spaces and get over some rough terrain on Mars, so it might go as a helper to the rover.