The New Millennium Program explored new technology in space to reduce mission costs.
In his latest book, Jeff Hecht details the incredible and incredibly weird history of real-life laser weapons.
For the first time, an expedition climbed Fuji Dome in the interior of East Antarctica using a wind-blown vehicle.
A Canadian Space Agency astronaut has deployed for the first time a new "smart" jersey designed to monitor real-time changes in its wearer's physiology without disrupting the flow of daily activity.
Architectural students working with the European Space Agency have created a new concept for a sustainable lunar habitat.
The device, built to be portable enough for use in space, produces a beam of laser light that changes less over time than any other laser humanity has created.
There's gourmet coffee, and then there's coffee roasted by the searing heat of re-entry into Earth's atmosphere from the edge of space.
China has built the world's first robotic, partially submersible boat for launching sounding rockets — a technology that will help meteorologists better understand the atmosphere over Earth's oceans.
The Israeli company that built a privately funded lunar lander scheduled for launch next month is partnering with a German firm to offer similar landers for future European Space Agency missions.
What if you could visit the International Space Station, join its crew for their daily activities and even go on a spacewalk — all without leaving your home, let alone the ground?
What's the next frontier for retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent nearly a year in space; and twin retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, who flew multiple times on the space shuttle?
The Missile Defense Agency is evaluating nine proposals for space sensor architectures. With $73 million that Congress already appropriated, the agency will select three to continue on.