A Texas senator introduced a bill Wednesday that would keep NASA flying the space shuttle program two years longer than planned.
Spaceflight pioneer Aaron Cohen, who led NASA’s Johnson Space Center during the Challenger shuttle tragedy, has died.
White House science adviser John Holdren was grilled by House appropriators about the new NASA plan.
The Obama administration is canceling NASA’s current space shuttle replacement- and lunar exploration-plan and is prepared to fight any congressional effort to save it, officials said.
Harsh criticism is lashing out against President Obama's plan to scrap NASA's 5-year-old plan to send astronauts back to the moon.
NASA chief Charles Bolden will unveil the space agency's spending priorities in 2011 on Feb. 1, a request expected to realign the future of U.S. human spaceflight.
NASA won't get the $1 billion budget boost civil space advocates had hoped to see when President Barack Obama sends his 2011 spending proposal to Congress Feb. 1, sources say.
NASA safety advisory panel is warning the space agency against abandoning its Ares I rocket as President Obama mulls the future of U.S. spaceflight.
Alliant Techsystems (ATK) performed a successful ground test Dec. 14 of a full-scale attitude control motor for the launch abort system of NASA’s planned Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle
House and Senate negotiators reached agreement this week on a 2010 omnibus spending bill that includes provision to protect NASA's moon program.
NASA spent roughly $570 million of its $1 billion in stimulus funds, with nearly half of those dollars going toward its embattled Constellation program.
NASA's new asteroid-hunting spacecraft will roll out to the pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., Nov. 20 in preparation for launch.
SpaceX announced plans Thursday to launch a Dragon spaceship prototype atop its first Falcon 9 rocket.
A White House panel tasked with reviewing NASA’s human spaceflight program delivered a 12-page summary of its findings Tuesday.
U.S. President Barack Obama is not expected to significantly boost the projected funding profile for NASA’s manned spaceflight program in the next few years.
A stripped down version of NASA's future spaceship could be ready as soon as 2013, according to Bigelow Aerospace, which proposed to build it.
The chairman of the review committee evaluating NASA's human spaceflight plans discusses its options.
NASA's new chief brings new feelings to the space agency and said it cannot survive its current path.
The nominees for NASA's top two posts have promised a more relevant space agency if they are confirmed.
House appropriators slashed NASA's $4 billion request for manned space exploration in 2010 by 16 percent.
Key members of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee are clearing the way for swift confirmation of four-time space shuttle astronaut Maj. Gen. Charles Bolden, the president's pick to lead NASA.