Space.com senior writer Chelsea Gohd will be chatting LIVE on NASA TV with NASA astronauts Megan McArthur and Mark Vande Hei.
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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NASA's longest-serving astronaut now has his name on one of the agency's longest-serving structures. Johnson Space Center director Vanessa Wyche led a ceremony to name Hangar 276 for John Young.
NASA has picked a new telescope to head into space, where it will peer out in search of the most powerful light emissions made in the universe.
The valve problem that has kept Boeing's Starliner astronaut taxi grounded for the past 10 weeks may soon be solved.
The United States Senate's largest committee wants NASA to choose a second company to build its new moon lander.
NASA's newest asteroid probe, named Lucy, successfully launched on 12-year mission to visit 8 asteroids early Saturday (Oct. 16).
Astronaut Stephanie Wilson can be seen 4,800 square feet (446 square meters) tall in a new "Earthwork" portrait in Atlanta, Georgia.
A cargo ship carrying the $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope arrived in French Guiana on Tuesday (Oct. 12), wrapping up a 16-day ocean voyage that covered 5,800 miles (9,300 kilometers).
NASA has big plans to fight against climate change and its devastating global impacts with a new climate action plan the agency released on Thursday (Oct. 7).
The United States Mint has finalized the design of a new coin that when released next year will honor America's first woman to fly into space.
Endurance is scheduled to launch toward the International Space Station on Oct. 30, kicking off SpaceX's Crew-3 mission.
NASA released its first digital graphic novel featuring the first woman to walk on the moon, allowing readers to explore space through interactive experiences.
Two astronauts expected to fly on early missions of Boeing's crew capsule will instead ride to orbit with SpaceX, NASA announced today (Oct. 6).
NASA and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are launching a free virtual series about climate change.
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