NASA has picked the design for its next big rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS). This heavy-lift booster will carry humans farther than they've ever been, to an asteroid, Mars and beyond.
Computer systems like IBM's "Jeopardy!"-winning Watson could play a crucial role advising pilots, driving Mars robots or navigating from within the walls of a spacecraft on its way to deep space.
The race to Mars is on, it seems, and Boeing's CEO believes the megarocket his company is helping build for NASA will deliver astronauts to the Red Planet before billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX.
Safety standards and other norms need to be in place to fuel investments and research in space applications.
NASA has moved up a test of the Orion human spacecraft's launch-escape system (LES) and is working on safety measures for the vehicles first crewed flights.
It's been 45 years since a crewed spacecraft journeyed toward the moon with a "trans-lunar injection," but NASA plans to make that happen again in just a few years.
NASA is getting ready to send humans back to the moon again, through an uncrewed test of its Orion spacecraft in deep space. Here are the key steps of Exploration Mission 1.
Spectacular footage from a NASA rocket engine test shows a larger than life cloud of smoke pouring across a field as spectators look on.
Legendary rock band Styx and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center have teamed up for a Space Launch System music video featuring the song "Gone Gone Gone."
Over the next several days, you may get a chance to glimpse a "shooting star" in the predawn hours, as the Orionid meteor shower will be at its peak.
NASA is offering another chance for you to send your name to Mars aboard the InSight lander launching to the Red Planet next year.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has lowered expectations for the Falcon Heavy rocket's upcoming maiden launch. Experts weigh in on what could go wrong, and the flight's chances of success.
Automakers aren't the only ones who make concept cars. NASA does too, but this one is for off-roading on Mars.