The space agency published the Artemis Plan, which will see the first woman land on the lunar surface, as well as the next man.
The International Space Station boosted its orbit out of the way of an unknown piece of space debris that was expected to pass within several miles.
Federal officials plan to announce whether they will allow a small-rocket spaceport in coastal Georgia in March.
Astronomers looking at the atmosphere in neighboring Venus see something that might just be a sign of life.
A former U.S. Navy fighter pilot spoke this month about what he says was an encounter with a “Tic Tac”-shaped UFO and believes the flying object committed an “act of war.”
SpaceX launched its first batch of 60 Starlink satellites on May 23, 2019.
NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy has photographed Hurricane Laura from his vantage point on the International Space Station.
Witness liftoff of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and watch a space-themed movie from the comfort of your car at the drive-in "Launch And A Movie" event.
Liftoff is set for 10:31 a.m. from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
The most dazzling meteor shower of the year will peak from Aug. 11 until Aug. 13.
SpaceX says that the astronauts are scheduled to depart the International Space Station at 7:34 p.m. EST on Saturday.
A pair of NASA astronauts face the final and most important part of their SpaceX test flight: returning to Earth with a rare splashdown.
A New Mexico man’s home security camera captured video of a “bolide“ meteor streak across the night sky on July 28.
The mission, which will pave the way for human exploration of Mars, is said to be NASA's most ambitious Mars mission yet.
The biggest, most sophisticated Mars rover ever built is on its way to the red planet.
Set to rocket away this week from Florida, The spacecraft named Perseverance is NASA's brawniest and brainiest Martian rover yet.
A pair of meteor showers are set to peak on the night of Tuesday, July 28. The Southern delta Aquariids and the alpha Capricornids should both be visible.
China has launched its most ambitious Mars mission yet in an attempt to join the United States in successfully landing a spacecraft on the red planet.
The ANASIS-II satellite blasted off from breezy Cape Canaveral at 5:30 p.m. atop a Falcon 9 rocket – but not just any Falcon 9 rocket. This particular booster was the same one that hoisted two astronauts on the first-ever flight of a private crewed spacecraft to the space station.
In May, the new military branch invited specialized active-duty airmen to apply to volunteer for transfer.