For more than a century, explorers have traveled to the farthest reaches of, and off, our world, carrying with them a banner of the club that unites them all.
Lego is giving the International Space Station a third chance at becoming one of its official toy sets.
A new chronograph captures the time, 50 years ago, when the first wristwatch was worn on the surface of the moon.
Fifty years to the day after the "dress rehearsal" for the first moon landing lifted off into history, astronauts and NASA leaders celebrated Apollo 10.
A new team is taking to the fields of Major League Baseball parks this summer, and they are out of this world.
A new monument to the crew of the first moon landing will rise from the mission's launch site as the gift from an aptly-named financing company.
Half a century after NASA sent men to the moon under project "Apollo," the space agency is now working to land men — and women — on the lunar surface as part of its "Artemis" program.
His signature landed there, he spoke to the astronauts on its surface and now, 50 years later, his museum is exhibiting the history of his connection to the moon.
A new collaboration with The Planetary Society is making space exploration the stuff of child's play.
Fifty years after "Charlie Brown" and "Snoopy" circled the moon, the Peanuts characters are now dotting the sky at NASA.
With work underway to return astronauts to space from U.S. soil, you can now piece together one of NASA's new commercial crew spacecraft using a toy kit from Poland.
Four years after he orbited the moon alone during humanity's first lunar landing mission, Michael Collins brought everyone back on Earth along for the ride.
Budweiser has brewed a new limited edition beer in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
Owen Garriott, a Skylab and space shuttle astronaut who was the first to use amateur radio from orbit, has died at the age of 88
Fifty years after splashing down in the Pacific Ocean, the spacecraft that carried the first astronauts to land on the moon has again returned to the United States' west coast.
A detail on the front of author James Donovan's latest release, "Shoot for the Moon," is likely to attract the interest of space history enthusiasts: the endorsement of astronaut Michael Collins.
Shuttle astronauts Jim Buchli and Janet Kavendi are the latest inductees to the Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 mementos are among the flown artifacts now on display as part of a new Smithsonian exhibit dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.