NASA and the Canadian Space Agency just announced 18 winners in Phase 1 of the Deep Space Food Challenge, which aims to spur the development of potentially game-changing food tech.
SpaceX fired up its SN20 Starship prototype in earnest for the first time Thursday night (Oct. 21), notching a big milestone on the vehicle's planned path to orbit.
NASA stacked its Orion capsule atop a Space Launch System megarocket yesterday (Oct. 20), notching a major milestone for the agency and its Artemis program of crewed lunar exploration.
Nanoracks, Voyager Space and Lockheed Martin announced today (Oct. 21) that they plan to get a free-flying private space station called Starlab up and running in low Earth orbit by 2027.
Astronaut Nicole Stott's new book "Back to Earth" chronicles her experience on the International Space Station and how lessons there could help people on Earth.
How can going to space change the way we live on Earth? Sure, spaceflight leads to new technologies, but it also offers new philosophies.
These are some of the last good looks we'll get at NASA's huge James Webb Space Telescope before it leaves this world forever.
South Korea's first launch of its new rocket, dubbed Nuri seemed to go smoothly — until engineers determined that the mock payload hadn't been delivered to the proper orbit for unknown reasons.
Days after NASA's new mission to a mysterious group of asteroids launched, spacecraft personnel continue battling an issue with one of the vehicle's two massive solar arrays.
NASA's next space station launch is set for Halloween and will put four more astronauts into space on a SpaceX rocket.
NASA will launch three sounding rockets from its Wallops Flight Facility in coastal Virginia on flights that local observers may be able to spot in the sky.
New Horizons was the first spacecraft to visit dwarf planet Pluto and Kuiper Belt object Arrokoth. The spacecraft is still actively exploring the solar system.
Rocket Lab plans to recover the first stage of an Electron launcher during its next mission, which is scheduled to lift off from New Zealand during a two-week window that opens on Nov. 11.
NASA's longest-serving astronaut now has his name on one of the agency's longest-serving structures. Johnson Space Center director Vanessa Wyche led a ceremony to name Hangar 276 for John Young.
The valve problem that has kept Boeing's Starliner astronaut taxi grounded for the past 10 weeks may soon be solved.
The United States Senate's largest committee wants NASA to choose a second company to build its new moon lander.
SpaceX conducted a brief engine test at its South Texas facilities last night (Oct. 18) with SN20, which the company is prepping to make the Starship program's first-ever orbital test flight.
A crew of 12 "disability ambassadors" successfully completed a weightless flight Sunday (Oct. 17) in the pursuit to make space accessible for all.
With commercial spaceflight companies now taking older people to space, it's timely to consider the potential physical impact space flight might have on them.