NASA is about to make history on the Red Planet with the first controlled, helicopter flight on another world.
On April 10, 1982, India launched its first multipurpose satellite, INSAT-1. See how it happened in our "On This Day In Space" series!
Flying on Mars is far from a breeze, but NASA is confident that its little helicopter is up to the challenge.
NASA is preparing to fly its Mars helicopter Ingenuity on the Red Planet for the first time, and students can join in the excitement by building paper versions of the craft at home.
NASA will land the first person of color in addition to the first woman on the moon with the Artemis program, NASA's Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk revealed today (April 9).
More than two months after taking office, President Joe Biden has offered a first look at his budget priorities, and the signs for NASA are generally promising.
The first helicopter is expected to attempt the first-ever flight on Mars on Sunday (April 11), with NASA unveiling the results a day later, and you can follow it all online.
NASA's chief astronaut Molly Cobb pushes the envelope on their jet aircraft in the new episode of "For All Mankind," airing Friday (April 9).
60 years after the first human spaceflight launched cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin off of Earth, Russia launched a Soyuz named after Gagarin to the International Space Station.
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity is warming up its rotor blades as the team's engineers undertake final preparations for the first-ever flight on the Red Planet, scheduled for Sunday (April 11).
The Space.com community has a special giveaway going on this week, celebrating the ambitions of SpaceX!
Three astronauts embarked for the International Space Station just three days shy of the 60th anniversary of the first human spaceflight. The trio launched on Soyuz MS-18, named the "Yu.A. Gagarin."
For 20 years, Jonathon Keats has been asking us to recalibrate our assumptions about the universe and our place in it through a series of thought experiments. A new book dives deep into his work.
NASA's long-serving Hubble Space Telescope is seeing double after detecting two rare pairs of quasars nestled within galactic collisions that occurred 10 billion years ago.