When it comes to spaceflight, you can control just about everything but the weather.
Two veteran NASA astronauts were still cheerful after bad weather scrubbed their historic launch on a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule to the International Space Station.
SpaceX's epic astronaut launch will draw President Donald Trump back to the Space Coast this weekend.
As chronicled in "The Right Stuff," Tom Wolfe's book about the rise of the U.S. human spaceflight program, the nation's original astronauts insisted that a window be added to the Mercury capsule.
Veteran NASA astronauts who've flown countless vehicles as test pilots will have to cope with something out of the ordinary with SpaceX's Crew Dragon: touchscreens.
Eleven billion years ago, a hot, active, eyeball of a galaxy glared across space. It formed in a violent collision, and could help explain the Milky Way's spiral.
With SpaceX sending people to the ISS soon, we sat down with retired astronaut Cady Coleman to help understand how important this launch really is.
SpaceX's first-ever crewed mission, a test flight called Demo-2, is scheduled to launch at 4:33 p.m. EDT today (May 27) from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The stakes have never been higher for SpaceX, which is poised to become the first commercial spaceflight company to launch NASA astronauts to space on Wednesday (May 27).
SpaceX's first launch of NASA astronauts on the Crew Dragon spacecraft, called Demo-2, will star in a two-hour live special event jointly presented by ABC News and National Geographic.
SpaceX is still one day away from launching astronauts back into orbit from the U.S., but, NASA has already announced the target date for the company's next crewed mission: Aug. 30.
SpaceX has a new toilet! So, to answer the burning question of every kid (and most adults): what is this space toilet like?
The first NASA astronauts to launch from the United States in almost a decade will also be the first American crew in 55 years to lift off wearing spacesuits that lack a mission patch.
What do NASA, Netflix and Ben & Jerry's now have in common? They all have orders to put boots on the moon.
Instead of attending SpaceX's first crewed launch, Adam Savage will help bring the event into the homes of people across the nation on a live simulcast.
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