Chris Sembroski previously worked for Lockheed Martin and served in the United States Air Force.
NASA will release the rest of this first batch of images tomorrow morning.
The telescope team is releasing the long-awaited pictures on Tuesday, July 12.
No astronaut has been killed in the 57-year history of spacewalks, but there have been some close calls.
The 8-bit game lets players collect celestial objects around the universe while searching for dark matter and black…
Webb will be a "game changer" in our understanding of distant worlds, scientists say.
The latest image from Webb brings another sigh of relief that the telescope will be up and running soon.
The observatory has been traveling for nearly a month to reach the second Lagrange point.
The sheer number of potential points of failure for this $10 billion telescope has everyone on edge.
Blast off is scheduled for December 22 and holy crap this might actually happen.
Upwards of 10 to 20 percent of the earliest galaxies are hidden by thick blankets of cosmic dust, new research…
Undeterred by the latest Hubble disruption, NASA has extended the space telescope's support contract to 2026.
An instrument not used since 2010 was turned on in an attempt to source the problem.
The telescope’s science instruments appear to be fine, but normal operations have been suspended.
Astronomers are calling it the “Rosetta Stone of supernovas,” as it could lead to an early warning system for doomed…
The atmosphere of Jupiter's icy moon Europa may contain more water than previously thought.
For decades, Pluto's surface was a mystery—but a passing spacecraft finally revealed its secrets in 2015.
Data from Hubble Space Telescope reveals evidence of water vapor escaping from the surface of Jupiter's large, icy…
The balloon-mounted SuperBIT telescope is slated for a stratospheric launch in April 2022.