The FAA is leaving the investigation of a fatal explosion in California to state officials and Scaled Composites.
Scott Horowitz, NASA's associate administrator for exploration systems, plans to step down this fall.
NASA is ready and willing to share the international space station (ISS) with other U.S. government agencies.
Four solid-rocket booster segments riding near the front of the freight train that derailed May 2 in Alabama are headed back to Utah for reuse.
WASHINGTON - Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) has been granted a five-year license to launch from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Station, the U.S. Air Force Space Command announced April 26.
Queen Elizabeth II plans to stop by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center when she visits the United States in May to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the English settlement at Jamestown, Va.
House and Senate appropriators have pushed back against NASA's proposed termination of a planned 2011 robotic lunar lander mission.