Houston, we have a new record holder. NASA's Artemis 1 Orion has now traveled farther beyond Earth than any spacecraft designed to carry astronauts. The Orion flew past the distance set by Apollo 13.
A scheduled spacewalk outside of the International Space Station was aborted on Friday (Nov. 25), after a problem was discovered with one of the two Russian cosmonauts' spacesuits.
Ryan White did not set out to make a tearjerker, yet audiences watching "Good Night Oppy" may want to have tissues ready. "Not a chance in hell did I think this would be as emotional," White said.
In the wake of the space shuttle Challenger tragedy, a salvage effort was organized to find the spacecraft. The search also led to an aircraft being found. Now it has happened again, only in reverse.
Four small pieces of the moon on a NASA spacecraft have come closer to the lunar surface than they have been in over 50 years. The Apollo 11 samples' return home was part of the Artemis 1 mission.
Snoopy, "the world famous astronaut" who is currently on a flight around the moon, has been assigned his next mission: entertaining and educating visitors at NASA's Florida spaceport.
Two components of the Russian side of the International Space Station are a step closer to being robotically relocated after two cosmonauts completed a spacewalk to prepare the pieces for their move.
Snoopy, "the world-famous astronaut," has made it to space again. The white-spotted dog, who became "the first beagle on the moon" in the Peanuts comic strips, is now aboard NASA's Artemis 1 mission.
NASA astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio completed the first in a series of three spacewalks to continue upgrading the power supply for the International Space Station.
If seeing is believing, then a new space-themed attraction has something to show you. Ripley's Believe It or Not! is displaying "The Lost Tapes" from the Apollo 11 moon landing.
With NASA getting ready to return to the moon, a blanket company is ready to "cover" all your launch and lunar viewing needs. Rumpl now has a collection of NASA Artemis products.
Now you can dress like an astronaut, or at least your feet can, with limited edition socks of the Osom Brand style used by Doug Hurley on the International Space Station.
The TV documentary team was searching for a downed World War II aircraft when it discovered the NASA artifact.
In this exclusive clip from the new Apple TV+ anthology series "Circuit Breakers," a girl and her family face an oncoming storm at their home on Mars.
The first astronauts set to fly on Boeing's Starliner spacecraft debuted a new look for their mission patch. Crew Flight Test commander Butch Wilmore and pilot Suni Williams sported the new insignia.
The last of NASA's space shuttle crew cabin mockups to leave the training room floor has arrived at its new home, the Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston.
NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) was not the only mega-moon rocket to recently roll out at the agency's Florida spaceport — albeit the other was considerably smaller and much more tasty.
A new Estes' SpaceX Falcon 9 with Crew Dragon model rocket is ready to launch and land just like the real vehicle on which it is based.
NASA's astronaut candidates are giving new definition to "fly me to the moon" with their patch. "The fly-shaped patch represents our class, 'The Flies,'" wrote ascan Anil Menon on Instagram.
A new NASA study has found that the protection of the Apollo landing sites remains a concern. The report, though, recommends "extreme restraint" in seeking protection for future heritage sites.
"The Last Man on the Moon" is returning for the 50th anniversary of NASA's last lunar landing. The filmmakers behind the award-winning documentary have announced a new edition focusing on Apollo 17.
They say you should never judge a book by its cover, but the image fronting "Apollo Remastered" by Andy Saunders speaks volumes for what is inside.
Marc Murphy is preparing to cook where he has never cooked before — in deep space, or rather, in Gateway: The Deep Space Complex for "Taste of Space: Celebrity Chef Edition."
A gold wristwatch created in celebration of the first moon landing that was presented to the first person to wear a similar model chronograph in space has sold for $1.9 million.
As NASA works to send astronauts to the moon and Mars, Space Center Houston plans to bring both worlds to the public. The center debuted a new logo and revealed plans for lunar and Martian terrains.