A former NASA astronaut is sharing her favorite views of Earth to inspire new works of art. Karen Nyberg has partnered with Robert Kaufman Fabrics to introduce her line of Earth Views prints.
Two cosmonauts began installing a new robotic arm outside of the International Space Station, completing the first in a series of spacewalks needed to activate the European-built remote manipulator.
Charlie Duke thought he was on his way to exploring an area of the moon that was different from where astronauts had gone before. He just did not know how different it really was.
After almost 60 years of dressing up like an astronaut, Barbie has launched into space for real. Two of the iconic fashion dolls are now on the International Space Station for "Mission DreamStar."
A minuscule amount of microscopic moon dust sold for half a million dollars after NASA determined that the particles came from the first lunar sample collected by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong.
A NASA space shuttle simulator that was used to prepare astronauts for the motion of the vehicle in flight has moved again, this time to enter its permanent new home, the Lone Star Flight Museum.
Season three of the alternate history series "For All Mankind" debuts June 10 on Apple TV Plus. A new teaser offers a first look at the upcoming season as the space race moves from the moon to Mars.
The Houston Astros are celebrating their city's connection to space exploration with a new uniform inspired by NASA's astronaut wear and materials. The team debuted their "Space City" uniforms.
The three first-time fliers on the first commercial crew to visit the International Space Station arrived on board the orbiting outpost where they were pinned as the world's newest astronauts.
A longed-eared toy dog was mistaken for a famous Disney rabbit when it was revealed as the "zero-g indicator" on the first private mission to the International Space Station.
Artifacts from the first heavier-than-air powered flying machine, the first spacecraft to carry humans to land on the moon and the first Israeli to fly in space are headed into orbit with Ax-1.
First came the "Maggots." Then the "Bugs." Now the latest infestation to take over NASA's Astronaut Office has been identified. The 23rd group of astronaut candidates has their nickname, "The Flies."
Bjarni Tryggvason, one of Canada's original astronauts, has died at the age of 76. Selected by the National Research Council of Canada in 1983, Tryggvason launched with NASA's STS-85 crew in 1997.
Mark Vande Hei is happy having spent almost a year in space. A NASA astronaut, Vande Hei returned from a 355-day stay on the International Space Station and a week later, he shared his experience.
Fifty years after it was brought back from the moon, a lunar rock has moved from the "Most Magical Place on Earth" to the "Show Me State." NASA presented the rock to The Space Museum in Missouri.
Before launching Apollo 11 to land astronauts on the moon, NASA secretly sent a fourth grader there first. That is one of the stories in Richard Linklater's "Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood."
Jack Lousma does not remember having M&M's while he was in space. As a NASA astronaut, Lousma commanded the third space shuttle mission 40 years ago, which flew the first candy-coated chocolates.
Record-setting U.S. astronaut Mark Vande Hei and his two Russian crewmates Pyotr Dubrov and Anton Shkaplerov landed from the International Space Station, showing that cooperation in space continues.
Microscopic pieces of the moon that were found inside a bag used to protect the first astronaut-collected lunar soil sample are heading for auction after being released from NASA property.
The first wristwatch worn on the moon has taken a new giant leap toward affordability. Omega, the Swiss watchmaker behind the Speedmaster, has partnered with Swatch to introduce the MoonSwatch.
SpaceX's next new spacecraft to carry astronauts now shares a name with the first capsule to fly an American into space. Crew Dragon "Freedom" will make its debut with the launch of SpaceX's Crew-4.
Astronauts Raja Chari and Matthias Maurer finished several maintenance tasks on a spacewalk outside of the International Space Station
The first American woman to fly into space has launched on a new mission, this time to orbit the nation in the form of a circulating coin. The U.S. Mint has begun shipping the Sally Ride quarter.
"It was a sight unseen before by mankind." That was how NASA described the first rollout of a Saturn V rocket. "Spaceport News" could reuse that lede for the first Space Launch System booster.
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft has lifted off for the International Space Station with Oleg Artemyev, Denis Matveev and Sergey Korsakov, the first all-Russian career-cosmonaut crew in more than 20 years.