Satellites are helping researchers track mosquitoes that can transmit dangerous diseases to humans.
NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Nick Hague beamed a Fourth of July video message home from the International Space Station yesterday (July 3).
The roughly 11-lb. (5 kilograms) cubesat is designed to showcase that efficient solar sailing is possible.
The manager of NASA’s Orion program is optimistic the spacecraft will be ready to send humans to the moon in 2024 even as development schedules continue to slip.
For astronauts strapping themselves on top of a rocket, good safety systems aren't just nice to have — they can save lives, and they have.
NASA's efforts to return humans to the lunar surface took a short but critical leap forward in a test that evoked the last time the space agency shot for the moon.
Orion's launch-abort system did what it was supposed to do during a short test flight this morning (July 2).
This summer is chock-full of incredible space-themed events, as the nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of Neil A. Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin taking humanity’s first steps on the moon.
Orion's launch-abort system will get a workout tomorrow (July 2) at 7 a.m. EDT (1100 GMT), and you can watch the action live.
A new 3D printer aims to create human tissue in space after it launches to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX cargo mission in July.
Three of the 60 satellites SpaceX launched last month to begin its broadband megaconstellation have lost contact with ground control teams, a SpaceX spokesperson said June 28.
The Chang'e-4 lander and Yutu-2 rover resumed science and exploration activities June 27 for the start of the mission's seventh lunar day on the far side of the moon.
An Indian satellite propulsion startup with eventual plans to also build a small launch vehicle has raised $3 million from a group of venture capital investors.
A new Government Accountability Office report called on NASA to develop a contingency plan to maintain access to the station after next September.
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