After a historic launch yesterday from the coast of Florida, two NASA astronauts arrive today at the space station aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon.
The first NASA astronauts to launch from the U.S. since the end of the space shuttle program have named their commercial spacecraft after one of the retired winged orbiters.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk was choked up with emotion after his company successfully launched astronauts to space for the first time on Saturday (May 30).
While this is not an easy moment in history, it might actually be the ideal time to launch a crewed mission to space, astronauts and exploration experts say.
The NASA astronauts who launched to space today (May 30) invited the world into their spacecraft with a unique, live tour around the capsule.
President Donald Trump hailed SpaceX's epic first crew launch today (May 30) as the dawn of a new era in spaceflight.
What's next for the NASA astronauts who launched to space today (May 30) aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule?
It's a sight no one has seen in nearly a decade: A rocket carrying NASA astronauts launching from Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
If the skies are clear this evening (May 30), observers across the central and northern United States and southern Canada could get an opportunity to see Crew Dragon move across their local skies.
See photos of SpaceX's Demo-2 mission, the first crewed test flight of a Crew Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station.
SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule launched from Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center today (May 30), ending a nine-year orbital human spaceflight drought for the United States.
Florida doesn't seem far from the International Space Station in this photo an orbiting astronaut snapped of NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
There's many options to watch SpaceX's historic Demo-2 astronaut launch on TV, cable news and — of course — online. Here's how.
SpaceX will take another crack at its first crewed mission today (May 30), and you can watch the historic liftoff live.
Weather was top of mind at a prelaunch briefing for NASA's first crewed launch on a SpaceX capsule, dubbed Demo-2 and currently scheduled for tomorrow (May 30).
SpaceX's latest Starship prototype exploded just after a rocket engine test Friday (May 30), erupting in a dramatic fireball at the spaceflight company's Texas proving grounds.
The "worm," NASA's former logo that was retired 30 years ago, has taken over the first mission to fly astronauts to orbit from a U.S.-based launchpad in nearly a decade.