Ed Weiler, head of NASA's science mission directorate, is leaving the agency effective Sept. 30.
SpaceX is launching a lawsuit against what the company says were defamatory allegations about its Falcon 9 rocket.
Congress included $18.45 billion for NASA in hard-fought spending compromise lawmakers passed April 14.
The 2011 budget compromise between Congress and the White House includes about $18.5 billion for NASA
All but 500 of NASA's 19,000 civil servants would be furloughed if the Congress and White House fail to reach a budget deal beyond April 8.
Nearly half of the members of a key House space subcommittee are from states with NASA spaceflight centers.
NASA’s budget would drop $103 million this year if Congress adopts proposed spending cuts. The NASA budget cuts proposed by House appropriators leave NASA below its 2010 funding level.
Commercial space company Orbital Sciences Corp. is teaming with Virgin Galactic to build a spacecraft capable of carrying people to orbit by 2015.
Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) aborted the Falcon 9 rocket's first static fire test March 9.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden has reorganized the structure of America's space agency, he announced in a memo to senior agency officials.
The spaceflight company SpaceX is aiming to launch its new space station cargo ship as early as May 2010.
SpaceX has requested a Feb. 2, 2010 launch date for the debut flight of its Falcon 9 rocket, a booster to launch cargo ships to the ISS.
The Russian space agency, Roskosmos, has decided to postpone the launch of a mission to the martian moon Phobos from 2009 to 2011.
NASA and its contracting team conducted the first full-scale ground test of the U.S. space agency’s Moon-bound Constellation program.