Space Camp may soon be forced to count down to its final launch. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center, which has been home to Space Camp since 1982, is at risk of permanently closing due to the pandemic.
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Three space agencies have pulled together data monitoring the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic into one joint information source in hopes of assisting understanding of the public health crisis.
The emergency preparedness activities now underway to combat the coronavirus pandemic offer insight about our readiness to deal with a dangerous incoming asteroid, experts say.
The small-satellite launch company Rocket Lab will loft a mini-fleet of payloads for NASA, a U.S. spy satellite agency and universities early Saturday (June 13) and you can watch it live online.
Despite warnings from NASA officials and the risks implied by the current pandemic, approximately 150,000 people gathered on Florida's space coast to watch the Crew Dragon launch.
After delays from the coronavirus pandemic, NASA has picked a date for its spacecraft to snatch up a chunk of space rock to bring home.
The Space Force will launch a robotic X-37B space plane on a new secret mission for the U.S. military on Saturday (May 16) and you can watch it live online.
Whether you're a starship captain or dungeon master, a new "Star Trek Online" and "Neverwinter" collaboration will let you join a mission to help those in need.
Yevgeny Mikrin, the head of Russia's human spaceflight program, has died, space agency Roscosmos confirmed in a statement released on May 5.
The coronavirus pandemic threw a pretty big curveball at the planners of SpaceX's first crewed mission.
Fossil fuel emissions are dropping as a result of changing human behaviors in response to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, NASA satellites continue to show.
A new ventilator developed by NASA to treat victims of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has received emergency approval from the FDA.
The huge "potentially hazardous" asteroid 1998 OR2, which will safely fly by Earth on April 29, appears to have brought its own face mask for its close encounter with our pandemic-ridden planet.
President Donald Trump inspected new technology developed by NASA to help fight the coronavirus pandemic and its associated respiratory disease, COVID-19.