NASA has unveiled new policies to protect the moon and Mars (and Earth) from contamination as human spaceflight advances.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990 and has taken some of the most stunning photographs of the universe around us.
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Scientists have created a new, detailed map of the universe, showcasing the cosmos in X-ray radiation.
SpaceX will launch its tenth batch of Starlink internet satellites today (July 8) and you'll be able to watch it live here.
A bill released by the U.S. House of Representatives today (July 7) would keep NASA funding flat next year, at $22.629 billion.
NASA's last space shuttle mockup still on its astronaut training room floor has landed a new educational mission in Oklahoma.
Two NASA astronauts will venture outside the International Space Station for a spacewalk today (July 1), and you can watch it live online.
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.
NASA is recognizing one of its "hidden figures" by naming its headquarters in Washington, D.C. after Mary Jackson, the first African American female engineer to work at the space agency.
SpaceX's first Crew Dragon to carry astronauts is passing all tests and could return to Earth as soon as August 2nd.
A new U.S. silver dollar will depict Christa McAuliffe, the first teacher to launch towards space in a way that is representative of all educators.
Boeing, one of the two companies supplying commercial crew vehicles, is under investigation in relation to a lucrative contract to land humans on the moon, according to a Washington Post report.
Last year, NASA set itself an ambitious goal: Send astronauts to walk on the moon in 2024. Now, the agency is busy planning what astronauts will do during those excursions.
NASA and Virgin Galactic have signed a Space Act Agreement, under which they will work together to support commercial space activity.
NASA is asking for your help to guide its Curiosity rover around sand traps, sharp rocks and other obstacles on the Red Planet.