An uncrewed Soyuz spacecraft was forced to abort an attempted docking at the International Space Station early Saturday (Aug. 24).
Russia's humanoid space robot Skybot F-850 will arrive at the International Space Station Saturday, Aug. 24. Watch it live!
The New York Times reported Friday (Aug. 24) on a messy divorce battle involving American astronaut Anne McClain that has apparently led to claims of identity theft against the spaceflyer.
NASA's mission patch for the Artemis moon program saw space for the first time during a dramatic spacewalk earlier this week.
On Aug. 23, 1961, NASA launched the Ranger 1 robotic spacecraft to test moon mission tech. It didn't go well. See how it happened in our "On This Day in Space" video series!
A Japanese company that aims to help humanity settle the moon has adjusted the timeline of its first two missions.
Astronauts may one day orbit the moon, live on the lunar surface or travel to Mars in a multifloor, inflatable habitat, should Sierra Nevada's Gateway concept be adopted by NASA.
India's Chandrayaan-2 mission is in orbit around the moon, and the craft's vantage point is spectacular.
The last Delta IV Medium rocket ever to fly successfully launched the second GPS III Magellan navigation satellite for the U.S. Air Force Thursday (Aug. 22).
Gingrich is trying to sell Donald Trump's White House on a $2 billion competition to set up an outpost on the moon, according to Politico.
Russia has launched a humanoid robot to the International Space Station on the first uncrewed Soyuz spacecraft ever to visit the orbiting laboratory.
Two NASA astronauts stepped outside the International Space Station (ISS) today to install a new docking port for incoming commercial crew spacecraft.
It's time for United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Medium rocket to retire. Luckily, you have one last chance to watch the rocket launch live.
Vice President Mike Pence said that NASA's Artemis lunar program is "on track," speaking this week (Aug. 20) at the National Space Council.
The United States has set new guidelines for launching safe and sustainable nuclear spacecraft on future missions to the moon, Mars and beyond.
Today (Aug. 20), the National Space Council discussed how NASA might support a mixed-gender astronaut crew.
Both SpaceX and Boeing are busily preparing for the first crewed launches of their commercial spacecraft, and in case something goes wrong, they're simulating different types of emergencies.
Russia is launching a Soyuz spacecraft on a test flight to the International Space Station tonight (Aug. 21), and you can watch the action live.
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