A scheduled spacewalk by two NASA astronauts outside of the International Space Station has been postponed after a debris warning for the orbiting outpost caused NASA to act on the side of caution.
"Up above the world so high, like a diamond in the sky." How do you make a diamond more precious than it already is? Like the nursery rhyme says, fly it high. The Space Collective is doing just that.
Houston, home of the training facilities and mission control for NASA's operations on the International Space Station, will host the U.S. premiere of a virtual reality adventure to the outpost.
Sixty years after watching her father launch on the first American spaceflight, Laura Shepard Churchley will fly with GMA host Michael Strahan and four paying passengers on Blue Origin's New Shepard.
A solar sail that tacked into the light, a keyboard used to navigate to the moon and a spacesuit-clad android are among the "artifacts of the future" in the new exhibit FUTURES at the Smithsonian.
NASA and the Canadian Space Agency have named the winners of the first Deep Space Food Challenge, a contest that sought novel food technologies.
Michael Lopez-Alegria, Pamela Melroy and Scott Kelly are the 100th, 101st and 102nd astronauts to enter the hall.
Snoopy is bound for the moon, again. The intrepid space explorer, who in 1969 became the world's first beagle to land on the lunar surface, is set to fly on NASA's Artemis 1.
What does the first beagle to land on the moon do for an encore? Explore the rest of the universe, of course. Snoopy, the comic strip dog and NASA mascot, is back for season two of "Snoopy in Space."
Just moments after entering Earth orbit, SpaceX Crew-3 astronaut Kayla Barron released a sparkling sea turtle to float above her head. The "zero-g indicator" showed she and her crew were weightless.
Good news, future Mars' explorers! When humans set up camp on the Red Planet, they will be able to flavor their foods with a Mars-grown version of Earth's best-selling red condiment.
The first passenger to fly with Blue Origin on not just one, but multiple flights into space has retired to the home of Space Camp. Mannequin Skywalker was revealed at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
When NASA returns astronauts to the moon, National Geographic will be aboard to share the journey with the public. The agency chose the media company to help tell the story of the Artemis 2 mission.
A German astronaut is set to become the 600th person to enter space and he will do so flying with a U.S. astronaut who once came close to being number 500.
You can now "get your kicks" and Marvel comic book fix with a new mission patch for the International Space Station crew.
NASA's longest-serving astronaut now has his name on one of the agency's longest-serving structures. Johnson Space Center director Vanessa Wyche led a ceremony to name Hangar 276 for John Young.
Many writers have looked back at the moon landings and found chances to ask "what if?" For Chris Hadfield, he saw the makings of "The Apollo Murders," a thriller set within the real events of 1973.
The first film crew to fly into space has returned to Earth after 12 days shooting scenes for a movie on the International Space Station. Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko landed with Oleg Novitskiy.
For more than 30 years, Roland Miller has used photography to bring new light to the space program. Now, Miller is preparing to release his third collection, this one focused on the winged orbiters.
The United States Mint has finalized the design of a new coin that when released next year will honor America's first woman to fly into space.
Russian actress Yulia Peresild, producer Klim Shipenko and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov have launched on a 12-day mission to the International Space Station to film a feature-length movie in space.
Three months after certifying that their candies are "guaranteed to actually float while in space," Skittles is offering one fan the chance to test it out for themselves.