Drawing back the curtain to a photo gallery unlike any other, NASA will soon present the first full-color images from its James Webb Space Telescope, a revolutionary apparatus designed to peer through the cosmos to the dawn of the universe.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand—A satellite the size of a microwave oven successfully broke free from its orbit around Earth on Monday and is headed toward the moon, the latest step in NASA’s plan to land astronauts on the lunar surface again.
SYDNEY—NASA will launch three rockets within weeks from northern Australia for scientific research, authorities said on Wednesday, marking the first time the space agency will fire rockets from a commercial facility outside the United States.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—SpaceX launched four astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Wednesday, less than two days after completing a flight chartered by millionaires.
Most people want to get rid of dirt, but this special sample of lunar dust is out of this world.
Russia will pick up an American astronaut as scheduled later in the month and deliver him to a third country, U.S. space officials said on March 14.
NASA intends to keep operating the International Space Station until the end of 2030, after which the ISS would be crashed into a remote part of the Pacific Ocean known as Point Nemo, according to newly published plans outlining its future.
People in states from North Carolina to Connecticut may be treated to a NASA rocket launch Saturday night, if weather conditions are favorable.
The longest partial lunar eclipse of the century is set to take place between Nov. 18-19 and will be visible in all 50 states.
NASA is delaying putting astronauts back on the moon until 2025 at the earliest, missing the deadline set by the Trump administration.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—NASA and private rocket company SpaceX launched four astronauts into orbit late on Wednesday, sending a veteran spacewalker, two younger crewmates chosen for future lunar missions, and a German materials scientist on their way to the International Space Station.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—Elon Musk’s private rocket company, SpaceX, was due to launch four more astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Wednesday, including a veteran spacewalker and two younger crewmates chosen to join NASA’s forthcoming lunar missions.