"For All Mankind" is heading to Mars by way of San Diego Comic Con. Between a pair of panels and a set of mission patches, the Apple TV+ alternate space history series will be well represented.
Houston-based Axiom Space has found the perfect place to develop its commercial orbital outpost: a sprawling facility that comes pre-equipped with a mockup of the International Space Station.
NASA astronauts are finally crossing into "Pop" culture. Funko, the collectibles company best known for its line of Pop! vinyl figures, has revealed its first product depicting a NASA astronaut.
As it turns out, attempting to sell moon dust that was extracted from the stomachs of cockroaches does indeed bug NASA. So much so, that the space agency requested RR Auction halt its sale.
Less than a month after "Apollo 13" opened, President Bill Clinton met with Jim Lovell to present one of the highest awards an astronaut can receive: the Congressional Space Medal of Honor.
With the crowd cheering "Ride, Sally Ride," a monument to the first American woman to fly into space was unveiled outside of the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Long Island, New York.
Tom Marshburn may not be the real-life Buzz Lightyear, but the space ranger — at least as he appears in the new movie "Lightyear" — would not be the same without the NASA astronaut.
A never-before-seen spacesuit is making its debut with the public opening of a new NASA exhibit, but its reveal is not the only surprise: it was also made by Adam Savage of "Mythbusters" fame.
At an event celebrating their past, the new inductees into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, David Leestma, Sandy Magnus and Chris Ferguson, looked to the future for the promise of space exploration.
NASA's Artemis program has inspired a new exhibit and annual Moon2Mars festival at Space Center Houston, the agency's Texas visitor center.
Were it not for a difference in our timelines, the title of the season 3 opening episode of "For All Mankind" might have been a spoiler.
Russian cosmonaut Valery Ryumin, who launched on four space station missions including the final U.S. space shuttle flight to dock with the former Mir outpost, has died.
Less than two hours after they landed from space, the six members of Blue Origin's fifth crewed mission were all sure of at least one thing: one flight into space was not enough.
Blue Origin will launch 6 passengers on the NS-21 space tourism mission on June 4, 2022. Here are live updates of the launch.
A monument now stands at Arlington National Cemetery in memory of the Apollo 1 crew, the first astronauts to die in their spacecraft, 55 years after the fire took their lives.
It is a sight that gave astronauts a reason to pause, and soon it will be one that the public can see for themselves at the California Science Center: a space shuttle standing poised for launch.
If NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex serves as a theme park for the space set, then its newest attraction, "Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex," is its own take on "Tomorrowland."
For sale: One small sample of the moon brought back to Earth in 1969 by the Apollo 11 astronauts. Condition: Well-traveled and once digested.
The first Swiss watch worn in space has been found in time to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its mission. Breitling revealed the watch Scott Carpenter used on the second U.S. orbital spaceflight.
The United Nations Postal Administration is celebrating human achievement at the Red Planet with "Planet Mars," its latest release of postage stamps.
In the game Kerbal Space Program, if the rocket you design does not reach its destination, you correct its problems and launch again. The first real Kerbalnaut is on Boeing's second Starliner test.
NASA's space shuttle Endeavour is soon to be the focus of a groundbreaking. The California Science Center is set to begin of construction of a museum that will display Endeavour poised for launch.
A three-way race to Mars is set to lift off with the return of the critically-acclaimed "For All Mankind." Apple TV Plus released the trailer for the third season.
A statue of the first American woman to fly into space will soon stand near where the first lunar landing spacecraft were built, just as NASA works toward landing the first woman on the moon.
Buddha Lo's pavlova will someday travel "miles and miles" on a NASA mission. Lo, a cheftestant on the Bravo competition "Top Chef: Houston," won the show's space food challenge.