A 7-Eleven Slurpee has come closer to leaving the planet than any convenience store-dispensed drink has done before.
The Astro Restoration Project is now well underway towards its goal of bringing the STS-35 (and STS-67) mission hardware back to its as-flown condition.
When NASA announced it was going to destroy its historic Mobile Launch Platform-2, which used to support Apollo rockets and space shuttles, fans of MotoArt's PlaneTags got an idea.
MTV celebrated its 40th year on the air by revealing a new look for its iconic Video Music Awards (VMA) trophy at NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Bulova is launching the 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Lunar Pilot, a golden replica of its infamous watch.
The International Space Station has gained a new room after a 13-year wait for its launch and a week-long journey in Earth orbit.
Art critics have hailed figurative painter Amoako Boafo's "stratospheric rise" among the "upper echelons of the art world." Little did they know, the stratosphere would only be the start.
For nearly 20 years, Russia's Pirs docking compartment served as one of the primary ports for vehicles arriving and departing from the International Space Station.
"Who wants a Skittle?" With those words delivered from high above Earth, Jeff Bezos inspired a new, limited-edition variety of the colorful treats.
Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin took Amelia Earhart's goggles, Skittles and aviation artifacts to space on New Shepard's first crewed flight.
The analog dials used to fly a 40-year-old NASA space shuttle have inspired the look of a new, avant-garde timepiece.
7-Eleven is sending its Slurpee drink "on a private spaceflight" in celebration of its 94th year in business, and you can help decide one of the key factors — or rather, flavors — of the launch.
Richard Branson carried snapshots of his parents and kids with him to suborbital space Sunday (July 11) on the "Unity 22" test flight of Virgin Galactic's VSS Unity vehicle.
Virgin Galactic will use Fisher space pens when it launches six astronauts to suborbital space on July 11, 2021.
Celebrations in Indiana and Kansas are marking the 60 years since Virgil "Gus" Grissom, the second U.S. astronaut, made the short hop into space.
A new exhibit at the museum of flight is lifting the curtain on the strange-but-true history of aerospace medicine.
An uncrewed Russian cargo spacecraft has arrived at the International Space Station after a two-day journey to deliver food, fuel and supplies for the orbiting outpost’s crew.
The public has voted to honor Apollo 13 engineer Arturo Campos on board NASA's first mission to fly to the moon and back in more than 50 years, Artemis 1.
For the third time in less than two weeks, two astronauts ventured outside of the International Space Station to augment the orbiting outpost's power system with new solar arrays.
Future astronauts may not need to worry about moon dust and Mars soil stains, thanks to a new effort by Tide to develop a detergent for use in space.
As NASA assembles the final parts for its return to the moon, Lego is ready to launch into classrooms with a learning series themed around the space agency's Artemis 1 mission.