This slideshow shows every successful Venus mission in history, according to information from NASA.
For 18 months, NASA has focused on landing astronauts in 2024 near the moon's south pole, but that last piece of the directive may need to take a back seat if executing the mission gets too tricky.
NASA astronauts will be receiving and filming bottles of Estée Lauder skincare aboard the International Space Station later this month, according to CNN Business.
An Apollo astronaut who set a record for social distancing is being remembered for the close relationships he made in life.
The members-only vacation club Exclusive Resorts will become the first privately chartered travel group to fly aboard Space Perspective's balloon-borne capsule.
A production company is planning to film a reality TV show that features a 10-day stay aboard the International Space Station as its grand prize.
SpaceX called off the launch of 60 Starlink satellites Thursday (Feb. 17) due to a "recovery issue" related to its Falcon 9 rocket.
U.S. military officials have increasingly flagged a new role in guarding American assets and interests in Earth-moon space.
Dynetics has built a full-scale mock-up of the lander it hopes will soon be carrying NASA astronauts to the moon.
Hurricane Sally made landfall in Alabama as a Category 2 storm early Wednesday morning (Sept. 16) as satellites monitored the storm from space.
Rocket Lab's life-hunting Venus mission in 2023 will be just the beginning, if all goes according to the company's plan.
We're officially nine months into solar cycle 25, scientists have confirmed, and it will likely look much like its predecessor, which ran from 2008 to 2019.
The next big leap for SpaceX's Mars-colonizing Starship spacecraft appears to be right around the corner.
Friday night's launch failure was apparently caused by a software issue that should be relatively straightforward to fix, Astra representatives said.
Astra launched its first orbital test mission tonight (Sept. 11), sending its two-stage Rocket 3.1 skyward from the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Alaska.
Two rocket boosters whose parts were used in 80 space shuttle missions are parked outside of Los Angeles, a step closer to joining NASA's retired Endeavour orbiter in an stand-up display.