Latest News About NASA's Space Launch System
NASA has picked the design for its next big rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS). This heavy-lift booster will carry humans farther than they've ever been, to an asteroid, Mars and beyond.
Former Shuttle Cdr. Charles Bolden reveals NASA's plans for a new as the Space Launch System (SLS) – based on a heavy-lift rocket bigger than the Saturn V – that could take crews to Mars, asteroids, back to the Moon, and beyond.
Deep space manned exploration just moved a little closer to reality with the announcement of that development is beginning on the new Space Launch System (SLS). The first developmental flight is targeted for end of 2017.
From the mighty Saturn 5 to NASA's new Space Launch System, see how the biggest rockets on Earth compare.
Alliant TechSystems in Utah is forging ahead with their Heavy Lift Vehicle (HLV) booster based on the cancelled, Shuttle-derived Ares rocket. ATK VP (and former Shuttle Cdr.) Charlie Precourt explains why. Producer/Editor: Steve Spaleta
The capsule will be the first space-tested version of NASA's Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle.
NASA launched two gravity probes toward the moon today. Mars is next.
Check out a galaxy that glows green from within, a big splash at NASA and Stephen Colbert goes nuts for space.
The subpoena orders NASA to hand over documents on the new Space Launch System heavy-lift rocket.
Despite its huge size, the giant asteroid Pallas is only visible in telescopes this week.
The end of the NASA's space shuttle era is also the end for thousands of workers who have spent decades working in the program.
Atlantis will be prepped for retirement at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.
The space shuttle program is ending, changing the day-to-day lives of many NASA employees.
After NASA retires its space shuttles, what will happen to the agency's astronaut corps?
SPACE.com's Tariq Malik and Elmo converse about living in space, shuttle launches, and NASA's asteroid bound future.
Jim Maser talks about the end of the shuttle era, and what comes next for NASA and the aerospace industry.
NASA chief Charlie Bolden accepted responsibility for the delays and said a decision is coming soon.
Obama says NASA's last space shuttle launch ends an era, exploration never-ending.
While private commercial companies rush to get their spaceship designs done and "human-rated," NASA is forging ahead with its own next generation capsule: the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. Here's a look inside.