Only eight countries have signed the Artemis Accords, a set of guidelines surrounding the Artemis Program for crewed exploration of the moon.
For the first time ever, a NASA probe has performed a sample-snagging operation on an asteroid in deep space.
The Orionid meteor shower peaks tonight into tomorrow morning (Oct. 20-21), and the moon will be dim enough that skygazers might be able to see one or several of these shooting stars.
Today, NASA will attempt to grab tiny pieces of an asteroid called Bennu — and to mark the occasion, the agency has created a 360-degree video that will take you along for the ride.
The Orionid meteor shower is peaks in the early morning of Tuesday, Oct. 22, but a bright moon will disrupt viewing until shortly before dawn.
We won't know if NASA's OSIRIS-REX spacecraft succeeded at its asteroid-sampling maneuver until 10 days after the attempt.
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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.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch reflected on her participation in the first all-woman spacewalk ahead of its one-year anniversary on Sunday (Oct. 18).
NASA will touch a space rock tomorrow in a milestone event for what the agency considers a crucial field of study: asteroid science.
Two small asteroids will zip by Earth today (Oct. 19) at a range that's closer than the moon, in a double flyby that comes as NASA gears up to sample a space rock of its own.
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.
NASA's OSIRIS-Rex spacecraft will "TAG" asteroid Bennu Tuesday (Oct. 20) and collect a sample for return to Earth.
NASA will broadcast an epic "touch and go" on Tuesday as a spacecraft descends toward asteroid Bennu to pick up a precious sample of dust.
As soon as he saw the data, Paul Chodas knew something was strange about the near-Earth object that had been designated 2020 SO.
China is operating a mission on the far side of the moon and is preparing to launch another this year to collect lunar samples — and it's already planning a new set of bold lunar missions.
NASA has just awarded a $650,000 grant to the team behind Lunar ExoCam, a camera system designed to eject from moon landers and record video of their touchdowns from the otherworldly gray ground.