NASA and Virgin Galactic have signed a Space Act Agreement, under which they will work together to support commercial space activity.
When ISS astronauts call Earth, they refer to it as "space to ground." For a call they made to Kathy Sullivan, the first astronaut to dive to the deepest point on Earth, a different term was merited.
The launch of NASA's next Mars rover, the life-hunting, sample-caching Perseverance, is just a month away.
A first glimpse inside the prototype of China's next-generation crew-carrying spacecraft has been provided in Beijing following a successful uncrewed test flight in May.
Space Perspective aims to send paying customers and payloads to the stratosphere in its Spaceship Neptune, a balloon-borne capsule that's scheduled to make its first test flights early next year.
Pence checked in to see how Demo-2 crewmembers Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are adjusting to life in orbit.
NASA has approved the use of preflown Crew Dragon capsules and Falcon 9 rockets on SpaceX's crewed missions to the International Space Station.
NASA's next Mars rover will bear to the Red Planet a tribute to brave healthcare workers fighting a pandemic here on Earth.
The Perseverance rover, the centerpiece of NASA's Mars 2020 mission, will pick up where Curiosity left off, searching for signs of past life, but with better technology.
NASA's first and (so far) only Black administrator says he is angry and hopeful as he reflects on the world today.
Less than a year after sending its first-ever astronaut to space aboard a Russian capsule, the United Arab Emirates is combing through a second batch of applications from hopeful successors.
SpaceX is hiring "offshore operations engineers" to help develop spaceports for its Mars-colonizing Starship transportation system.
A rocket booster segment that helped launch the Hubble Space Telescope, the space shuttle Endeavour and John Glenn has arrived back in Florida to lift off with the Space Launch System.
China's Chang'e 4 mission is back in action for its 19th lunar day of activity on the far side of the moon, with the Yutu 2 rover set to scope out a new crater.
Solar Orbiter, a joint mission by NASA and the European Space Agency, has hit its first big milestone of its sun-watching mission — and the spacecraft will soon have pictures to prove it.
NASA deliberately set a fire in a spacecraft to see if a "smoke eater" and carbon dioxide scrubber could make future moon missions safer for astronauts.