NASA's marsquake-hunting InSight mission is almost at an end, as dust is choking off the Red Planet lander's solar power supply.
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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NASA's astronaut candidates are giving new definition to "fly me to the moon" with their patch. "The fly-shaped patch represents our class, 'The Flies,'" wrote ascan Anil Menon on Instagram.
NASA's tiny CAPSTONE probe has bounced back from a troubling glitch and is on track to reach the moon this month as planned.
NASA says that SpaceX plans to resume its Starship test-flight program in December with an orbital try. But that's not confirmed yet.
NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket is once again headed back to the launch pad on Friday (Nov. 4) ahead of its historic lunar mission.
A Japanese astronaut briefly doubled as catcher as NASA astronauts celebrated their hometown Houston Astros meeting the Philadelphia Phillies in the end-of-season series.
NASA destroyed one of its own vintage buildings early Saturday (Oct. 29), sending the vintage structure off with a literal bang.
NASA will continue to develop its troubled Psyche asteroid mission, with the aim of launching it in October 2023 — a year later than planned.
There are quite a few times in history when crews ran into trouble, and got out again. That's why good training for the extreme environment of space is a must.
The U.S. midterm elections of 2022 are on Tuesday (Nov. 8), and several key races have the potential to influence space policy for years to come.
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, is in the midst of a wide-ranging science campaign that will see the facility bounce signals off the moon and Jupiter.
Steve Squyres, the principal investigator of the Opportunity mission, could have switched to Saturn. But learning about water on Mars kept him going on one mission for 30 years.
Newly returned International Space Station astronauts say they were impressed with their quarters, but new tech and design thinking could push new commercial stations even further.
NASA astronauts will be spending time in a simulated lunar environment in the Arizona desert, to see what Artemis moon missions will face.
Astronomers are learning more about the extreme conditions created by supernovas and the powerful magnetic fields that act as natural particle accelerators.
NASA has ordered three more Orion crew capsules from aerospace giant Lockheed Martin, in a deal worth $1.99 billion.
The second and only remaining operational data recorder aboard NASA's magnetosphere-observing Geotail spacecraft has failed, jeopardizing a mission that has been in operation for three decades.