A prototype of the lunar rover demonstrated its capabilities in navigating the moon's challenging terrain.
Engineers are testing a system designed to destroy NASA's massive Space Launch System moon rocket in case of a launch emergency.
You can learn about NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission science and watch its SLS megarocket roll to the launch pad in webcasts this week.
On Aug. 15, 1977, astronomers using Ohio State University's Big Ear radio telescope detected the famous "Wow!" signal. Learn how it happened On This Day in Space!
China’s space station recently gained a new module and with it a pair of huge, solar energy-capturing “wings” that can rotate as the outpost orbits the Earth.
SpaceX sent a batch of 46 Starlink satellites into orbit Friday (Aug. 12) at 5:40 p.m. EDT (2140 GMT). The target orbit seems prone to space debris from a Russian anti-satellite test.
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, also the chair of the National Space Council, says the 'outdated' rules governing commercial space will be addressed starting Sept. 9.
The company says data so far from May's first epic helicopter snatch shows a lot of success, even though they let it go into the water.
The FCC opened a new inquiry Aug. 5 focusing on how space manufacturing may help the fight against space debris — or hinder it.
Satellite images have revealed the extent of damage at Russia's Saki Air Base on Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, currently occupied by Russian military forces.
The Super Heavy prototype Booster 7 fired one of its 33 Raptor engines for 20 seconds on Thursday (Aug. 11).
The Mengtian module arrived at Wenchang spaceport in south China on Tuesday (Aug. 9) after being shipped in containers from the northern port city of Tianjin.
China has carried out its ninth orbital mission within the last 30 days, sending 16 new commercial satellites into orbit with a Long March 6 rocket.
John Grunsfeld says NASA should embrace and expand the partnership between human space explorers and robotic ones.
The first orbital test flight of SpaceX's Starship deep-space transportation vehicle won't get off the ground this month.
The Pentagon is speaking out against Russia's launch of a spy satellite believed to be shadowing one of its American counterparts closely in the same orbit.
The first launch of North Korea's powerful new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) this spring apparently didn't go well after all.