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Billionaire Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon and the spaceflight company Blue Origin, will donate $200 million to the Smithsonian, the Institution announced Wednesday (July 14).
A new exhibit at the museum of flight is lifting the curtain on the strange-but-true history of aerospace medicine.
It was 60 years ago today (May 5) that Alan Shepard, America's first spaceflyer, urged nervous flight controllers to ''fix your little problem and light this candle" to send him into space.
Gemini and Apollo astronaut Michael Collins, who orbited the moon during the world's first lunar landing mission, has died at the age of 90.
From discovering planets to following comets, women all over the world play a crucial role in astronomy.
Most golfers really want to avoid sand traps, but NASA astronaut Alan Shepard had no choice but to deal with that when wielding a six-iron head on the moon's dusty surface 50 years ago this month.
National Geographic has announced an ambitious new show that will chronicle NASA's attempt to send the next man and first woman to the moon.
Chuck Yeager, the U.S. Air Force Pilot who became the first person to break the sound barrier, passed away today (Dec. 7) at the age of 97.
A new video from the National Geographic Channel shows musicians virtually coming together to score "The Real Right Stuff."
The moon comes into focus in the fourth episode of National Geographic's "The Right Stuff" on Disney Plus.
In his 1979 book, Tom Wolfe wrote about the Mercury astronauts as being the last of the single-combat warriors. The third episode of NatGeo's "The Right Stuff" borrows the phrase for its title.
"The Right Stuff" lifts off with a countdown to a liftoff. The new National Geographic show launched on Disney Plus with the first two hours of the eight-episode series.
Rene Carpenter — pioneering writer, space reporter and last surviving member of the "astronaut wives club," has died. She was 92.
Fifty years ago today (April 11), three astronauts launched to space, poised to be the next humans to walk on the moon. But things didn't exactly go according to plan.
A company launching a constellation of broadband satellites is paying tribute to the first "human satellite" 55 years after he walked in space.