Rosie will sit in the commander's seat during launch to make sure Starliner's center of gravity is correct.
The U.S. Congress will hold a public hearing tomorrow (May 17) on reports of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) skirting through our skies, and you can watch it live.
As NASA's Martian helicopter recovers from a communications glitch, data from a past flight is showing a Red Planet ridge in high definition.
Boeing's Starliner capsule is all set to launch on its second uncrewed flight test to the International Space Station, 2.5 years after failing on its first try.
Tiny Snake Island has hosted some fierce fighting during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as new satellite photos show.
SpaceX launched 53 Starlink satellites and landed the returning rocket on Saturday (May 14), its second such effort in less than 24 hours.
Jeff Bezos' aerospace company announced today (May 13) that it's targeting May 20 for the launch of NS-21, the next crewed flight of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle.
The Russia-Ukraine war has already stretched into space, with satellites providing internet and intel and longstanding international relations in outer space shifting rapidly.
NASA astronaut Jessica Watkins is seen floating above Earth in a new photo from the International Space Station.
The liftoff of the CAPSTONE moon mission has been pushed four days to no earlier than May 31, NASA announced this week.
SpaceX launched another big batch of its Starlink internet satellites and landed the returning rocket on a ship at sea on Friday (May 13).
Starliner is set to launch May 19 on OFT-2, an uncrewed test flight to the International Space Station.
It's the 19th country to join NASA in the agreement, following quickly after Bahrain and Singapore in recent weeks.
Hauling to Earth samples of Mars that might contain Red Planet life is deemed a low risk affair in terms of ecological and public safety — but that risk is not zero.
SpaceX's Starlink internet communications systems in Ukraine are under increasing cyberattack from Russia.
The U.S. military has awarded contracts under a new program to address in-space manufacturing needs, as part of a larger effort to reduce the costs of spaceflight.