Blue Origin's protest against NASA's decision to not hire the company to build its next human moon lander has been shut down by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO).
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.
The public has voted to honor Apollo 13 engineer Arturo Campos on board NASA's first mission to fly to the moon and back in more than 50 years, Artemis 1.
Behind the scenes, NASA's Artemis program relies on Commercial Lunar Payload Services partners to deliver science equipment to the moon.
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.
NASA's next megarocket, the Space Launch System (SLS) is coming together ahead of its first planned launch later this year.
New Zealand is urging progress on sustainability in space mining as the country becomes the 11th worldwide to sign on to the NASA-led Artemis Accords to explore the moon.
The lunar-landing kerfuffle has many layers, including another round in the long-running battle between space billionaires Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk.
South Korea became the 10th country to sign the Artemis Accords, a set of principles laying out the responsible exploration of the moon, on May 24 during a ceremony in Seoul.
Lockheed Martin and GM announced today (May 26) that they're developing a rover for potential use by NASA's Artemis program, which is working to get astronauts back to the moon.
If you're wondering why humanity hasn't been to the moon in 50 years, consider the circumstances that got us there in the first place.
NASA selected Firefly Aerospace to deliver 10 scientific experiments and technology demonstrations to the moon in 2023.
A constellation of navigation and telecommunication satellites could be orbiting the moon by 2030, according to plans just announced by the European Space Agency.
New NASA administrator and long-time politician Bill Nelson addressed concerns about China and NASA's Artemis moon program at his first Congressional hearing as agency head Wednesday (May 19).
Long-time Democratic space politician Bill Nelson expressed support for the Artemis program during a three-hour hearing on Wednesday (April 21) considering his nomination as NASA administrator.