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."
The first NASA-branded product from OROS, an outerwear company that was built around a space-age insulator, the 39A flight jacket launched for sale today (Oct. 1).
An Apollo astronaut who set a record for social distancing is being remembered for the close relationships he made in life.
Two rocket boosters whose parts were used in 80 space shuttle missions are parked outside of Los Angeles, a step closer to joining NASA's retired Endeavour orbiter in an stand-up display.
You can now attend a full lineup of live astronaut talks and "meet and greet" opportunities — all without having to leave your home.
A commercial cargo spacecraft bound for the International Space Station will fly under the name of a fallen NASA astronaut who was the first Indian-born woman to enter space.
A commercial spacecraft that has been designed to launch people on brief trips into space has inspired a new creative use — as a canvas for artwork.
NASA has delayed the selection of its next astronaut class, citing constraints related to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus.
Former NASA astronaut Gerald "Jerry" Carr, who led the record-setting, final mission to the first U.S. space station, Skylab, has died at 88.
An early space shuttle mockup qualified as an "American Treasure" worthy of preservation and a half-a-million-dollar federal grant.
"The Right Stuff," National Geographic's new scripted series about America's first astronauts, is set to blast off on Oct. 9 on the Disney+ streaming service.
The first American flag to be flown into space and return to Earth intact did so 60 years ago this month — nine months earlier than another flag said to hold the same distinction.
Move over astronaut ice cream: a retired science teacher's new recipe is ready to heat up the world of freeze-dried space food.
For John-David Bartoe, a payload specialist aboard the space shuttle, becoming one of the first to drink Coca-Cola or Pepsi off Earth was a sip too far.
The first U.S. commercial spacecraft to launch astronauts into Earth orbit and then return them home safely could land in the Smithsonian, but not yet, said its crew.
The liftoff of NASA's Perseverance rover sparked the launch of a new collectible in celebration of the Mars 2020 mission.
NASA's Perseverance rover is headed to Mars "well suited" to help advance the day when humans walk on the Red Planet.