On Sept. 14, 1966, NASA's Gemini 11 mission set an all-time spaceflight altitude record. See how it happened in our "On This Day in Space" video series!
In the wake of the apparent crash of India's Chandrayaan-2 lunar lander, NASA and U.S. companies are looking for insights to inform their own moon shots.
NASA is currently conducting a two-week ground test on Bigelow Aerospace's B330 habitat here at the company's headquarters, assessing the module's suitability as a deep-space astronaut abode.
NASA is hard at work getting its new, moon-bound rocket and spacecraft ready for Artemis 1, the next mission of the agency's program, which aims to eventually land humans on the lunar surface.
The only geologist ever to set foot on the moon thinks future lunar explorers should be a little more like him.
On the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, NASA astronauts paid tribute to the heroes who risked their lives to save others on that day by tweeting a special message from space.
New Horizons made an epic flyby of a Kuiper Belt object to ring in the New Year — but scientists need brand-new observations to truly understand that data.
Japan called off a planned cargo ship launch to the International Space Station today (Sept. 10) after a fire erupted on the launch platform for the mission's rocket, according to press reports.
Veteran launch provider Arianespace's parent Ariane Group has teamed up with the French space agency CNES for ArianeWorks, a project for reusable rockets.
Astronaut and medical doctor Serena Auñón-Chancellor weighs in on how experiments on the ISS help medical research on Earth.
A Japanese H-2B rocket will launch the HTV-8 cargo ship to the International Space Station today, Sept. 10, at 5:33 p.m. EDT (2133 GMT). Here's how to watch it live.
The quest to contact India's silent moon lander after hints of a crash continues, with images suggesting Vikram remains in one piece on the lunar surface.
Made In Space intends to launch another ZBLAN-manufacturing machine to the International Space Station within the next year or so.
India's space program may have hit a major stumbling block on the road to the moon, but the country has already made major strides in lunar and Mars exploration.
An uncrewed Russian Soyuz returned to Earth Friday (Sept. 6), bring a humanoid robot home to wrap up first-of-its-kind test flight to the International Space Station.
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