SpaceX has postponed the launch of its next rideshare mission Transporter-2 to allow more time for rocket checks.
Although the next flight of Boeing's Starliner capsule won't carry any astronauts, it will ferry one passenger to and from the International Space Station.
Researchers have detected an earthquake using instruments flying in a balloon above California, and the technology could one day detect quakes on Venus.
China's first-ever Mars rover was on the move earlier this month, imagery by a NASA spacecraft shows.
Space Perspective is taking seat reservations for its "Spaceship Neptune," a balloon-borne pressurized capsule designed to carry people about 100,000 feet into the sky. The price: $125,000 apiece.
The European Space Agency has received a record number of applications for its recently closed call for new astronauts with more than 22,000 people applying.
It will be built on a modular design, similar to the International Space Station operated by the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada and the European Space Agency.
It turns out it's tricky to troubleshoot a 1980s computer that's dashing around Earth hundreds of miles over our heads.
Future astronauts may not need to worry about moon dust and Mars soil stains, thanks to a new effort by Tide to develop a detergent for use in space.
Former astronaut Pam Melroy was sworn in as NASA deputy administrator on Monday (June 21), four days after being confirmed for the post by the U.S. Senate.
Behind the scenes, NASA's Artemis program relies on Commercial Lunar Payload Services partners to deliver science equipment to the moon.
Satellite parts that melt away during reentry reduce the risk of space debris impacts on Earth, a new video demonstrates.
NASA's experimental Mars helicopter has now flown eight times on the Red Planet, traveling farther than scientists hoped would be possible.
Roscosmos is looking at ways to send its cosmonauts to the Chinese space station, launching from sites in either Russia or French Guiana.
The United Launch Alliance Atlas V booster that will loft Boeing's Crew Flight Test mission arrived at Cape Canaveral on Sunday (June 20), making the journey by boat from Decatur, Alabama.
A moonbound 'manikin' that will fly on a forthcoming NASA Artemis mission needs a name — and the agency wants your help.
NASA is working quickly to fix the Hubble Space Telescope after an issue with a 1980s-era computer on board caused the famous orbiting observatory to temporarily shut down.
New spacecraft sustainability rating will evaluate satellite missions based on responsible design with respect to protecting the orbital environment from the proliferation of space debris.
As NASA assembles the final parts for its return to the moon, Lego is ready to launch into classrooms with a learning series themed around the space agency's Artemis 1 mission.