You could be the next crew member on the International Space Station with the VR app "Space Explorers: The ISS Experience."
The design of the first U.S. coin to honor a teacher has been formally unveiled, showing the first educator to launch towards space.
Col. Michael Hopkins, who has served for 27 years in the Air Force, voluntarily transferred to the Space Force while aboard the International Space Station on Dec. 18, 2020.
Reid Wiseman has been named Chief of the Astronaut Office at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
As final touches are being put on Boeing's next Starliner spacecraft to launch, the company has revealed a new Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) mission patch.
The Hubble Space Telescope stars on a new U.S. coin in celebration of the orbiting observatory's 30 years as a symbol of ingenuity.
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Patrick Air Force Base in Florida have been formally re-designated for the U.S. Space Force, though in name only.
NASA has selected a group of astronauts to prepare for and possibly fly to the moon for the first time in more than 50 years.
A space shuttle solid rocket booster has been delivered to a Southern California museum to become the centerpiece of a new memorial to NASA's fallen astronauts.
A new set of mission patches hints at how space history will change in the second season of the Apple TV+ series "For All Mankind."
Tristan Eaton, a street artist whose creations lifted off on SpaceX's Crew Dragon, is now ready for his own launch: the sale of limited edition replicas of his space-flown "Human Kind" artwork.
When depicting the women whose work helped to advance supersonic flight research and landing the first humans on the moon, do you show them as the "hidden figures" or bring them into the light?
If she could stand, the towering astronaut on Olay's first Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade float would need a rocket about the same size as the tallest skyscraper in New York City.
The Real Right Stuff," the new National Geographic documentary now on Disney Plus soars past the Mercury astronaut stories depicted in the eight-episode "The Right Stuff."
The first season of "The Right Stuff" comes to an end with the flight of the first American into space.
Two cosmonauts opened a new door to the outside of the International Space Station while preparing for the replacement of a 19-year-old docking module during a spacewalk on Wednesday (Nov. 18).
The astronauts set to launch on SpaceX's first operational crewed mission for NASA are poised to make history — both as a crew of four and as individuals.
The cast of Nickelodeon's "The Astronauts" needed to learn how to act while in space. Fortunately, unlike the characters they play, they had a real astronaut to help them get ready.
The seventh episode of "The Right Stuff" borrows its title from a tower that journalist Tom Wolfe used to define who had "the right stuff."
China's lunar rover helped animators add what Walt Disney once called the "plausible impossible" to the new animated film "Over the Moon."
As the race to launch the first astronaut into space heats up, NASA faces more challenges and delays in the sixth episode of National Geographic's "The Right Stuff."
Mark Kelly has won a seat in the U.S. Senate, making him only the fourth NASA astronaut to be elected to Congress.
Snoopy, the comic strip beagle, is back at work at NASA, promoting crew safety and mission success on a new series of posters commemorating 20 years of humans on the International Space Station.