NASA and Axiom Space are honing in on launch dates for the next two private astronaut missions to the International Space Station (ISS).
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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Four astronauts launching to the International Space Station will see their mission launch later in August as SpaceX needs more time to ready their pad after a Falcon Heavy launch.
SpaceX and NASA delayed the launch of the Crew-7 astronaut mission by five days to Aug. 23, to get the launch pad ready after a Falcon Heavy liftoff.
With the completion of a comprehensive flight software test campaign, NASA engineers are "counting down the days" as the metal-rich-asteroid-bound Psyche probe nears its October launch date.
Northrop Grumman's final Antares 200 series rocket launched the NG-19 resupply mission to the International Space Station, delivering over 8,200 pounds of research and provisions.
NASA's solar-powered spacecraft, Juno, will take another spin past Jupiter's moon Io on Sunday (July 30) with its 52nd pass being its closest approach to the volcanic moon yet.
SpaceX and NASA are working to include Starship in an architecture of low Earth orbit opportunities by considering the massive spacecraft for use as a space station.
Data from NASA's Juno mission shows that the spacecraft routinely encounters giant swirling waves, or vortices, at the boundary between the planet's magnetic field and the solar wind.
NASA and DARPA plan to launch a nuclear-powered spacecraft to Earth orbit in the next few years, to test propulsion technology that could help humanity get to Mars.
NASA has awarded $150 million to advance the development of potentially revolutionary exploration technologies, including systems that could power outposts on the moon.
NASA's Mission Control in Houston had a power outage Tuesday (July 25) and briefly lost contact with the International Space Station. No astronauts were in any danger, officials said.
SpaceX and NASA have pushed the planned liftoff of the Crew-7 astronaut mission back by two days to Aug. 17, to get its launch pad reconfigured after a Falcon Heavy liftoff.
Next month, the agency plans to begin detecting invisible signals from some of our universe's most extreme regions.
When NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Telescope comes online, it could be capable of spotting as many as 400 Earth-size rogue planets, and that might merely be the tip of the iceberg.
Seen by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, this peaceful galaxy cluster existed when the universe was just 5.8 billion years old and brimming with chaos.
Evelyn Boyd Granville, one of the first Black women to earn a mathematics Ph.D. from a U.S. university, did key work for NASA during early space missions and the moon landing.
Even before it opened, the exhibit of NASA's retired space shuttle Endeavour in Los Angeles elicited one question perhaps more than any other: Can it survive an earthquake?
For the first time in 12 years, the stacking of a NASA space shuttle has begun again. The aft skirts for Endeavour's solid rocket boosters were moved into place at the California Science Center.
Fighter pilot Jeremy Hansen, a Canadian astronaut on the Artemis 2 mission, talks about how the T-38 supersonic fleet 'can kill you' and why that's important for space training.