NASA has released all of its Artemis 1 launch windows through 2022, with more dates through June 2023.
NASA's Artemis program aims to put astronauts on the moon's south pole in 2024. The program is part of an international effort to build a sustainable human presence on the lunar surface. See the latest news about the Artemis program here.
More than 50 years after the first Apollo samples were brought to Earth, scientists have successfully grown plants in lunar soil for the first time.
The liftoff of the CAPSTONE moon mission has been pushed four days to no earlier than May 31, NASA announced this week.
It's the 19th country to join NASA in the agreement, following quickly after Bahrain and Singapore in recent weeks.
NASA will take its fourth crack at fueling up its Artemis 1 moon rocket next month, if all goes according to plan.
Canada is working on legislation that would allow legal action against crimes committed on the moon, among other space locations.
Some scholars predict a future in which single states pursue various levels of dominance, while others foresee a scenario in which commercial entities bring nations together.
Humanity is preparing for the next stage of space exploration that will involve stepping foot on the moon and Mars, by testing its astronauts' mission readiness.
As Artemis astronauts walk on the moon, these NASA backpacks will chronicle lunar features in context.
NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission has returned to the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center following incomplete "wet dress rehearsal" attempts earlier this month.
Before they join NASA on a mission to the moon, the minifigure members of the Lego Space Team are now meeting their fans in a new exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
NASA will roll its Artemis 1 moon rocket off the launch pad today (April 25) at about 5:30 p.m. EDT (2130 GMT), and you can watch the action live.
NASA will roll its Artemis 1 moon rocket off the launch pad early next week, if all goes according to plan.
A powerful new photo shows Artemis 1 on the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, backdropped by its destination: the moon, shining in pink.
NASA has decided to roll its Artemis 1 moon rocket off the launch pad and back to a processing facility to fix some issues revealed by a recent "wet dress rehearsal" test.
The next attempt to fuel Artemis 1's huge Space Launch System rocket could come as early as Thursday (April 21).
A serene new NASA photo shows the agency's Artemis 1 moon rocket as the International Space Station flies overhead during a critical test.
Today (April 14), NASA called off the latest attempt to fuel up Artemis 1's huge Space Launch System rocket, a crucial part of the mission's pre-launch "wet dress rehearsal."