For guests visiting Kennedy Space Center on May 18, Apollo history is in the cards.
A new team is taking to the fields of Major League Baseball parks this summer, and they are out of this world.
NASA wants the public's help to create an oral history of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
SpaceX called off the launch of its first 60 operational Starlink satellites to perform extra software tests, the company said late Thursday (May 16).
SpaceX on Wednesday (May 15) called off the planned launch debut of 60 Starlink internet communications satellites due to unacceptable wind conditions.
SpaceX is lofting a pioneering phalanx of internet satellites tonight (May 15), and you can watch the liftoff live.
A sharp-eyed NASA spacecraft spotted the probable remains of an Israeli spacecraft that crash-landed on the moon last month.
A new monument to the crew of the first moon landing will rise from the mission's launch site as the gift from an aptly-named financing company.
A major repair to the Hubble Space Telescope 10 years ago this week is still helping us uncover the history of the universe. But it almost didn't happen.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk — hot off the second successful flight of his gigantic Falcon Heavy rocket in April — is one of the recipients of a prize for science communication.
NASA may actually have a better chance of pulling off its next moon shot now that the timeline has been moved up four years, agency officials say.
NASA's first planetary defense mission is preparing to launch in June 2021, making sure all the pieces are in place for the spacecraft to successfully slam into the small "moon" of a binary asteroid.
The 2019 Humans to Mars Summit kicks off in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday (May 14), and you can watch the conference events live online.
NASA's Apollo program was transformational technologically, scientifically and politically, and it reverberates today in how the country sees itself and its accomplishments.
Half a century after NASA sent men to the moon under project "Apollo," the space agency is now working to land men — and women — on the lunar surface as part of its "Artemis" program.
The moon is still tectonically active, like Earth, generating moonquakes just like our planet creates earthquakes, a new study based on Apollo mission data found.
An astronaut's vantage point offers a stunning view of not just Earth, but also our nearest neighbor, as proved by this newly published photograph of the moon.