These are the top space stories this week from Space.com.
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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A meteor blazes across the Milky Way galaxy in this colorful view from the La Silla Observatory in Chile's Atacama Desert.
SpaceX launched its Dragon CRS-19 cargo ship from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Dec. 5 at 12:29 p.m. EST (1229 GMT). Watch it again here.
NASA just appointed a new leader for its human spaceflight program, and he’s dead set on making sure the agency puts astronauts on the moon in 2024.
Scientists and amateurs alike have spent months combing through images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter looking for the remains of India's moon lander — and that search has paid off.
NASA has a serious case of lunar fever, with an ambitious goal to land humans on the moon in 2024. Those plans rely on an existing spacecraft with origins dating to NASA's last moon-mission dreams.
NASA literally took Marie Kondo's "tidying" concept out of this world — and the decluttering guru herself is paying attention.
NASA is considering developing an unpressurized rover that astronauts could drive remotely on the moon alongside a suite of robotic lunar explorers as part of the Artemis program.
Boeing is fighting back against a recent report on NASA's Commercial Crew Program from the agency's Office of Inspector General.
The workout routine astronauts use to prepare for space may also benefit cancer patients by reducing the long-term side effects of medical care.
NASA's first new megarocket bound for the moon now has all of its engines for the first uncrewed lunar flight of the U.S. space agency's Artemis program.
"Echoes of a bygone era" that favored larger body types were one of the factors that delayed the first all-woman spacewalk .
NASA's crew launches to the ISS on private vehicles built by SpaceX and Boeing likely won't begin until summer 2020, warns a new report from the agency's Office of Inspector General.
The 50th anniversary of humanity's second moon mission is today (Nov. 14), and NASA has several livestreamed events celebrating the milestone.
Two longtime spaceflight experts told a group of congressional representatives that NASA needed stronger leadership to meet its ambitious 2024 lunar-landing goal, much less to put humans on Mars.
NASA needs more money to meet its goal of landing humans on the moon in 2024, the White House recently warned Congress in a letter.
Generations of NASA astronauts in space and on Earth took a moment today (Nov. 11) to mark Veterans Day.
The orbiting complex is currently expected to end operations in 2024, but a group from the U.S. Senate proposes making it available for six more years to advance in-space manufacturing.
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