The crewed lunar rover being developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and Toyota now has a (nick)name.
Scientists say a giant impact knocked off the raw ingredients for the moon off the primitive molten Earth and into orbit.
A NASA-contracted lunar lander bound for the moon's South Pole will launch on a SpaceX rocket in late 2022.
India's Chandrayaan-2 mission has finished one year and 4,400 orbits around the moon — and the spacecraft is just getting started, officials said in a press release.
You can see the moon's famous Copernicus crater along the lunar terminator — the line lunar between day and night — on Thursday (Aug. 27).
Can humanity mine water ice at the moon's poles without compromising these regions' great scientific potential?
A private team led by Jeff Bezos' spaceflight company Blue Origin has delivered a mock-up of its crewed moon lander to NASA for testing.
The Japanese space startup ispace is launching a new "Blueprint Moon" data analysis service on top of its plans for private lunar landings after raising $28 million in new investments.
Tuesday's sky (Aug. 18) is host to a somewhat unusual lunar event in the Western Hemisphere: a third new moon in a season of four new moons, which some people call a "Black Moon."
A Japanese company that hopes to land people on the moon one day has unveiled the final design of its first robotic lunar lander, which will launch in 2022 on a SpaceX rocket.
What if, when the U.S. went to the moon in the 1960s, it never stopped — not by choice but in desperation, as a time bomb of climate change ticked away?
China's Chang'e 4 moon lander and rover have concluded their science tasks for a 20th lunar day on the far side of the moon.
An asteroid shower thought to have struck the moon and Earth 800 million years ago may have helped trigger Earth's greatest ice ages, a new study finds.
The OIG determined that Orion, the next-gen capsule that will carry NASA astronauts to the moon and other deep-space destinations, has continued to experience cost increases and schedule delays.
It turns out the moon is a little younger than scientists previously thought — about 85 million years younger, to be precise.
Earth's newborn moon may have possessed an ocean of magma for 200 million years, much longer than scientists thought, a new study finds.