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.
The future of human spaceflight remains bright in both the public and private sectors, Charlie Bolden said.
Nearly 1 million people are expected to watch NASA try to launch Atlantis on the last space shuttle mission.
A House-proposed NASA budget bill would scrap the James Webb Space Telescope.
NASA's initial new heavy-lift rocket design includes side-mounted solid rocket boosters.
NASA and the European Space Agency have picked the experiments for a new Mars lander that will launch toward the Red Planet in 2016.
There are a great many wonders to see in the night sky. A telescope is your magic carpet, your time machine and much more.
Endeavour will perform an unprecedented test of a new laser-based docking technology.
NASA has unveiled the design of its next-generation spaceship, the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV). But don't get used to that clunky name; we'll be calling it something else soon enough.
Inside look at the technology, testing and potential of the multi-purpose crew vehicle and its Orion capsule.
The NEEMO 15 support team is conducting engineering tests at the Aquarius undersea laboratory.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took its first photo of its target asteroid, Vesta.
See photos from the test launch of NASA's Ares 1 rocket for Orion spaceships.
Preparations are underway on the ocean floor off the coast of Florida to get ready for NASA's NEEMO 15 mission in October.
NASA's ambitions for deep space missions by astronauts needs more life science research.
Now is a good time to see the Big Dipper stars and constellation Ursa Major.
The Orion vehicle is slated to begin operational flights in 2016.
A look at NASA's Orion space capsule, which could carry astronauts to the moon, asteroids and other deep-space locales. The first test flight of the spacecraft is scheduled for 2013.