The lunar lander that will bring astronauts to the moon in 2024 will be born in Alabama's "Rocket City," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced today (Aug. 16).
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 mobile launch platform that 50 years ago supported the first moon landing mission will now find new use with a commercial rocket.
In this new image from the Hubble Space Telescope, what looks like a top-down view of a jellyfish glowing in deep space is actually the planetary nebula NGC 2022.
NASA will host a briefing today, Aug. 16, to offer an update at the agency's new Artemis lunar lander at 3:15 p.m. EDT (1915 GMT) and you can watch it live here.
NASA has ordered a review of the nonprofit organization that oversees the U.S. laboratory on the International Space Station to evaluate its commercial strengths and weaknesses.
When NASA makes its move to grab a piece of space rock, will its spacecraft snatch at a sample of a dark, sandy Nightingale or of a very wet Kingfisher?
NASA's Parker Solar Probe has already completed two daring dives into the sun's atmosphere, and now scientists have realized that they'll be able to gather more data than expected from the mission.
The U.S. has declared its intention to once again put boots on the moon. That sort of exploration comes with a giant price tag, leaving some to wonder where the money will come from.
When women entered NASA's astronaut corps, the agency had a tough time figuring out what they might need.
NASA's Apollo program put the first humans on the moon. See how the missions flew in this photo tour.
It's been 20 years since NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory launched to give us the sharpest-ever view of X-rays — and the telescope is still working at the frontier of science, the agency said.
"NASA: Past and Present Dreams of the Future" explores humanity's connection to space exploration through the artifacts it has and continues to create. "NASA: Past and Present Dreams of the Future"
Fifty years after Apollo 11 made history by landing astronauts on the moon, NASA wants to finally go back, but the agency's task list for the mission is still a mystery.
Former NASA astronaut Mae Jemison remembers well the excitement of the first moon landing, 50 years ago — and she just launched an initiative to bring the fun, literally, to the next generation.
NASA is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon mission with some out-of-this-world events.
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