The deadline Monday passed without a threatened Senate subpoena being issued for NASA documents.
Florida lawmakers hope President Obama will lay out lofty goals for American space exploration in the State of the Union on Jan. 25.
Congress isn't expected to make spending decisions about NASA until after the upcoming Nov. 2 election.
Dozens of space exploration advocates sent Congress an open letter Tuesday supporting President Obama’s plan to develop commercial spaceflight.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden again faced House representatives' questions about the agency's budget.
Florida lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation to extend the shuttle beyond its scheduled retirement
President Barack Obama will present a conference April 15 in Florida on the country's future in space exploration, the White House announced Saturday.
President Barack Obama will ask Congress to abandon NASA's current plans to return U.S. astronauts to the moon, but extend the space station through 2020