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.
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.
Elon Musk thinks the 2024 moon-landing goal is achievable with the SpaceX's Starship system, which NASA recently selected as the crewed lunar lander for its Artemis program.
NASA will land the first person of color in addition to the first woman on the moon with the Artemis program, NASA's Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk revealed today (April 9).
NASA made a splash today (April 6) by dropping a test version of its Orion crew capsule for future moon missions into a big pool.
NASA's first Space Launch System megarocket to launch an Artemis mission to the moon fired up its core booster in a critical engine test Thursday (March 18).
NASA plans to do a test of its Space Launch System (SLS) rocket core stage Thursday (March 18), during a two-hour window that opens at 3 p.m. EDT (1900 GMT). Watch it live!
NASA's first Space Launch System megarocket will fire up its main engines in a critical test next week on March 18.
NASA's moon megarocket is facing yet another testing delay ahead of the vehicle's expected first flight for the Artemis program.
NASA and Boeing are ready to light up the core stage of the massive Space Launch System (SLS) rocket in a second hot fire test, currently scheduled for Thursday (Feb. 25).
NASA's upcoming mission to the Jupiter ocean moon Europa is out of rocket limbo, and it now has a launch window.
NASA has a big year ahead of it: Landing on Mars, further delivering on the promise of commercial flights to the International Space Station, tackling climate change, and much, much more.
NASA selected Firefly Aerospace to deliver 10 scientific experiments and technology demonstrations to the moon in 2023.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday (Feb. 4) that President Joe Biden will carry on the Artemis program to land humans on the moon in the coming years.
NASA has put its plan to choose which companies will continue to develop lunar landers for the Artemis program on hold.
NASA will conduct a second green run hot fire test with its Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket after the first test ended early unexpectedly.