Boeing’s Starliner CST-100 space capsule attached to the top of the United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket ahead of its second unmanned flight to the International Space Station later this week.
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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The satellite, called "Monolith," will lift off on an Electron rocket from the Mahia Peninsula in New Zealand, during a two-hour launch window that opens at 2 a.m. EDT (0600 GMT).
Read live updates of Boeing's second uncrewed test flight of its Starliner spacecraft, scheduled to launch to the International Space Station on July 30.
NASA has picked SpaceX's heavy-lift Falcon Heavy rocket to launch the Europa Clipper mission to Jupiter's icy moon.
Boeing is set to launch its Starliner spacecraft on a crucial uncrewed flight to the International Space Station on July 30. Here's how you can watch the weeklong mission live.
NASA is beaming into Comic-Con@Home 2021 to talk space exploration, science fiction and where they intersect.
NASA's Perseverance rover is preparing to collect its first samples on Mars, a milestone that could happen within the next two weeks, agency officials announced today (July 21).
You can win a scale model of NASA's space shuttle Endeavour or a sweet space t-shirt in Space.com Forum giveaway this month.
Three tubes of plants will be among the experiments flying to space on Virgin Galactic's Unity space plane with the company's founder Richard Branson and his crew today (July 11).
Almost a decade after retiring from NASA, Michael López-Alegría is once again strapping in to launch to the final frontier.
The $9.8 billion James Webb Space Telescope mission has passed a key launch review, keeping it on track to lift off atop an Ariane 5 rocket before the end of the year.
NASA's new administrator, Bill Nelson, is a familiar face in the space community, but the agency he has led for nearly two months now has changed a great deal in recent years.
The public feedback will help NASA conduct a thorough review of its programs, practices, and policies, according to agency officials.
Radiation exposure limits on how long astronauts can stay up in orbit. But that cap isn't equal for all astronauts, and experts are now backing NASA's effort to change it.
Martian dust accumulating on the panels of the InSight lander could force the Red Planet mission to end its work within the next 10 months, NASA warned during a recent update.
It turns out it's tricky to troubleshoot a 1980s computer that's dashing around Earth hundreds of miles over our heads.