NASA says the Hubble Telescope captured images of the space agency’s DART spacecraft as it collided with asteroid Dimorphos last September.
A 500-foot asteroid was recently the target of radio signals emitted by Alaska's HAARP facility, as part of an effort to enhance our ability to detect potentially deadly space objects.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… now that NASA’s investigation team has had time to go...
This week's Intelligence Brief examines NASA's plans to smash its DART spacecraft into an asteroiod moonlet millions of miles away from Earth later this month.
NASA’s DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) spacecraft has returned its first photos, proving its onboard navigation camera survived...
A mission to test technology that may one day be used to defend our planet against potentially deadly asteroids and other near-Earth objects was successfully launched on Wednesday, according to NASA.
This week, news of a surprise visit from an asteroid in late October has NASA talking about the prospects of its DART program.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson recently spoke with the University of Virginia about defending Earth from asteroids, and pilot reports of encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena.
Apophis, a near-earth asteroid as large as the Eifel Tower, has kept some astronomers on edge about its future flybys.