On March 4, a lonely, spent rocket booster hit the moon at nearly 6,000 mph. Studies of its crater could reveal new science.
Scientists say a giant impact knocked off the raw ingredients for the moon off the primitive molten Earth and into orbit.
Astronauts will have detailed geology training over many years to ensure returning to the moon brings the best science to Earth, NASA officials said.
In a long-awaited moment, NASA scientists have unsealed an extraterrestrial time capsule 50 years after astronauts collected the rock and dust from the moon.
Multiple private spacecraft will be ferrying NASA astronauts to the surface of the moon just a few years from now, if all goes according to plan.
NASA will provide an update on its Artemis moon lander plan and you'll be able to listen to it live online.
A pair of daring Chinese missions launched in 2020 is sparking new and broader interest in planetary science in China.
"It was a sight unseen before by mankind." That was how NASA described the first rollout of a Saturn V rocket. "Spaceport News" could reuse that lede for the first Space Launch System booster.
Modular moon rovers could reduce the costs of surface lunar exploration and, potentially, human Mars excursions, a California-based space-tech startup envisions.
NASA celebrates the famous mathematical ratio each year on March 14 (3/14), which is meant to represent the 3.14 constant.
Nearly 50 years after Apollo 17 astronauts collected rocks from the lunar surface, NASA is finally tapping their samples.
The moon will pass by the Seven Sisters and other famous parts of Taurus as it crosses through the constellation this week.
To find features like groundwater under Earth's surface — or under the surface of another world — scientists can sense the subtle marks those features leave in the planet's gravitational field.
China's Yutu 2 rover has returned a view of its path over three years of travel across the harsh environment of the moon's far side.
A Virtual Telescope Project image shows a rogue rocket stage on the road to oblivion, nearly a month before it smashed into the the moon on Friday (March 4).