NASA is continuing to take steps to encourage companies to explore space station developments, both on the International Space Station and beyond.
Elon Musk's bold plan to send a crewed Starship to Mars and beyond has potential dire consequences for alien life.
NASA is looking to the private sector to help mature and manufacture the spacesuit it will need for its future moon missions, the first of which is targeted for 2024.
A key safety test of SpaceX's Crew Dragon astronaut taxi could occur as early as next month, Elon Musk said.
NASA hopes that the long-delayed launch of a space weather mission called ICON will finally occur tonight (Oct. 9) — but terrestrial weather concerns may scrub the flight.
An aerospace titan is putting some money into one of the leading lights of the nascent space tourism industry.
For the first time ever, meat was created in space — but no animals were harmed in the making of this 3D bioprinted "space beef."
Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano sent the United Nations an important message about climate change and the need to protect the future of our planet, in a new video from the space station.
A new Vox YouTube series discusses all sorts of puzzling science questions, including how to make Mars more habitable.
SpaceX has never flown a person into space in its first spacecraft, the Crew Dragon. But already Musk is showing off his big, shiny Starship — and NASA is bristling.
One of NASA's two hired rides to the moon's surface is tackling a host of milestones leading up to a July 2021 launch and looking ahead to future flights.
Two NASA astronauts worked to replace batteries outside of the International Space Station, completing the first in a series of spacewalks to upgrade the orbiting lab’s power system.
NASA's about to kick off the Super Bowl of spacewalks — that would be 10 extravehicular activities in just a couple of months — with the first outing today (Oct. 6).
LightSail 2, The Planetary Society's solar sailing spacecraft, has spent more than two months in orbit; here's how to spot it in the sky.
Japan may join NASA in the American agency's push to bring humans to the moon, NASA said in a statement.
More than six months after canceling what would have been the first spacewalk conducted by a team of two all women, NASA has rescheduled the historic moment for Oct. 21.
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