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You can watch NASA's Artemis 1 SLS megarocket roll to the launch pad for a moon mission at 3 p.m. EDT on Aug. 16.
Reference Artemis 1 is the first stage of the Artemis program designed to return astronauts to the moon. The uncrewed mission will travel to the moon and back.
NASA's Space Launch System rocket captured inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center ahead of its roll out to the launch pad.
Engineers are testing a system designed to destroy NASA's massive Space Launch System moon rocket in case of a launch emergency.
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, also the chair of the National Space Council, says the 'outdated' rules governing commercial space will be addressed starting Sept. 9.
NASA's Aqua satellite photographed plumes of dust being drawn from Africa's Sahara Desert and sent across the Atlantic towards the United States and the Caribbean.
NASA's InSight Mars lander has discovered little evidence of underground water at its site, but scientists are urging more research before drawing firm conclusions.
The United States Postal Service is giving the public a month to get ready for the release of its James Webb Space Telescope stamp. The Forever stamp is available for pre-order from the USPS website.
The Russia-Ukraine war has already stretched into space, with satellites providing internet and intel and longstanding international relations in outer space shifting rapidly.
Today (Aug. 9), President Joe Biden signed into law the CHIPS Act, which includes a NASA authorization bill — the first one to pass Congress in five years.
NASA is asking people to share their "moon snaps" to celebrate Artemis 1, which is scheduled to launch on an uncrewed mission around the moon no earlier than Aug. 29.
A new NASA video shows how the Gateway space station will put together modules to support Artemis astronauts during their sorties on the lunar surface.
Ticket sales for NASA's next moonbound launch briefly overwhelmed the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex's website, but officials quickly addressed it.
As the Mars rover traverses the planet, it's come across pieces of its entry, landing, and descent hardware.
All systems are go so far to roll out the Artemis 1 rocket to the launch pad for a planned liftoff on Aug. 29.