The lunar resources that will help the United States establish a long-term human presence on and around the moon are there for the taking, the White House believes.
The private sector wants to bring nuclear power to space to enable faster and more efficient space travel.
Ion propulsion company Accion Systems has raised $11 million in its latest funding round and has launches and contracts planned this year with NASA, the DoD and academic institutions.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has fully deployed its primary mirror for the first time, marking another milestone on its journey to space.
Want to build the largest radio telescope to fly in space to date? Here's an easier technique: Design six tiny satellites to fly in formation and work together.
SpaceX just released a users' guide for Starship, the reusable spaceship-rocket combo the company is developing to help colonize Mars.
The small-satellite launch company Virgin Orbit has developed a new ventilator meant to be mass-producible to help support teams taking care of patients affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
When humans return to the moon to stay, where will they live? Well, it turns out they might stay in buildings made out of astronaut pee.
NASA's next mission to Mars will carry what is meant to become the first aircraft to fly on another planet, and that experimental helicopter just spun its blades on Earth for the last time.
Satellite internet startup OneWeb has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a move that comes less than a week after the company launched nearly three dozen satellites into orbit.
A new fun and educational app called "Our Galaxy" lets smartphone users explore the cosmos from the palm of their hand.
As the U.S. scrambles to respond to the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, NASA supercomputers are joining the effort to look for potential treatment and vaccine candidates.