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.
Astronaut Kate Rubins picked out a simple tool to represent the past 20 years of crewed operations on the International Space Station.
Who will become the first American to launch into space — and how he is chosen — is answered in the fifth episode of National Geographic's "The Right Stuff."
Astronauts will mix drinks, sign books and regale guests with stories from their history-making NASA missions as part of a week of virtual events.
General Motors may not have designed its first all-electric pickup truck to drive on the moon, but the first edition of its new GMC Hummer EV has a definite lunar look.
The moon comes into focus in the fourth episode of National Geographic's "The Right Stuff" on Disney Plus.
An astronaut's photograph of the Earth is set to represent her and her crewmates' new mission, almost four years to the day after the image was first shared with the public.
Once believed to be lost to history, two spacecraft shingles bearing the "nose art" from a pair of early NASA capsules have sold for almost half a million dollars.
In his 1979 book, Tom Wolfe wrote about the Mercury astronauts as being the last of the single-combat warriors. The third episode of NatGeo's "The Right Stuff" borrows the phrase for its title.
Michael Lopez-Alegria had no plans to fly into space again. But should all go to plan, about a year from now, he will lead the first fully-private mission to the International Space Station.
NASA's Kate Rubins and cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov launched to the International Space Station just ahead of and to extend 20 years of a continuous human presence in orbit.
"The Right Stuff" lifts off with a countdown to a liftoff. The new National Geographic show launched on Disney Plus with the first two hours of the eight-episode series.
Pad 5 has stood dormant for almost 60 years, and it was a decade ago that Mercury Mission Control was demolished. But all three sites return to their former glory in "The Right Stuff."