Once described as the most complex flying machine ever built, comprised of more than 2.5 million moving parts, you can now assemble your own model of NASA's space shuttle using just 2,354 pieces.
You'll soon be able to recreate one of NASA's most famous space shuttle missions in Lego for with the new NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set.
This week, the Space.com community shares some of their favorite space TV shows and if Elon Musk's SpaceX can reach Mars.
Legendary flight director Glynn S. Lunney, who led Mission Control during some of NASA's most challenging and triumphant hours, has died at the age of 84.
China launched another trio of satellites into orbit late Friday (March 12), adding to its network of spy satellites observing regions nearby Chinese territory.
A Soyuz spacecraft moved to a new docking port at the International Space Station on Friday (March 19) to make room for an incoming crew next month.
President Joe Biden has nominated former Florida senator Bill Nelson, a longtime NASA supporter, to lead the space agency.
See photos of the historic Emirates Mars Mission, which will send the United Arab Emirates' Hope orbiter to the Red Planet.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk showed off the company's first Starship Super Heavy booster in a Twitter post on Thursday (March 18).
The space ambitions of Russia and China will likely stay front and center for the U.S. military during the administration of President Joe Biden.
Crewmembers of the International Space Station will relocate a Soyuz spacecraft today (March 19) to make room for the arrival of Expedition 65 next month, and you can watch the whole thing live.
NASA's first Space Launch System megarocket to launch an Artemis mission to the moon fired up its core booster in a critical engine test Thursday (March 18).
SpaceX has traced last month's loss of a flight-proven booster to an in-flight engine shutdown, according to a top company official.
NASA plans to do a test of its Space Launch System (SLS) rocket core stage Thursday (March 18), during a two-hour window that opens at 3 p.m. EDT (1900 GMT). Watch it live!
NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei may spend a year in space after his launch in April — and if that's the case, he'll welcome the opportunity.
For the first time in years, Russia's Soyuz-2 launch vehicle will lift off with a new look, inspired by the rocket that put the world's first human into space.
Could shooting arcs of "lightning" across the surface of the moon allow us to mine metal and water from the lunar surface at the same time?