NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity successfully made its first flight on the Red Planet Monday (April 19). Tune in to see how it went!
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has made its historic first Red Planet flight — and the photos are unbelievable.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter lifted off on the Red Planet early this morning (April 19), performing the first-ever powered flight on a world beyond Earth.
The big day is nearly here for the team behind NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity, who've spent six years developing the first aircraft to fly on the Red Planet.
On April 18, 2014, NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) ended its mission by crashing into the moon. See how it happened in our "On This Day In Space" series!
NASA's next crew of astronauts are ready to strap into a SpaceX Dragon capsule and blast off into space.
The first helicopter is expected to attempt the first-ever flight on Mars on Monday (April 19), with NASA unveiling the results a day later, and you can follow it all online.
SpaceX has fired up the rocket that will ferry its next crew of astronauts to the International Space Station next week.
NASA's experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity nailed a crucial spin test after the first try ended abruptly, delaying the chopper's groundbreaking flight attempt.
SpaceX's Crew-2 mission will launch to the International Space Station on April 22. See photos of the crewmembers and their preparations for launch.
New Horizons is about to reach some very rarefied space, but don't expect the NASA probe to rest on its considerable laurels.
SpaceX recently inked a deal with NASA to move any of the company's Starlink internet satellites out of the way if they stray too close to the International Space Station or other agency spacecraft.
Two cosmonauts and an astronaut landed safely from the International Space Station after spending 185 days aboard the orbiting laboratory.
At the end of their lunar analog mission, the Selene III crew is full of conflicting feelings about returning to life on Earth and saying goodbye to their space family.
A crew of four astronauts arrived at Kennedy Space Center in Florida Friday (April 16) in advance of SpaceX's second operational astronaut launch for NASA under its commercial crew program.